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Galileo: On the Shoulders of Giants (1998)

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Galileo is thwarted in his pursuit to uncover the universe's mysteries by a lack of money, a lazy brother and a jealous rival. Luckily, he finds support from his student, Prince Cosimo, son of the Medici family.

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Kenny Vadas ...
Prince Cosimo
Louis Del Grande ...
Colombe
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Damir Andrei ...
Friar Sarpi
Anna Migliarisi ...
The Duchess
Michael Copeman ...
The Cardinal
Gianni Campi ...
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Guido Cerasuolo ...
Richard Mozer ...
Senior Frescati
Ian Cardarelli ...
Trattoria Proprietor
M. Elena Frusciante ...
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Antonia Pavan ...
Girlfriend 2
Miriam Centanin ...
Maiden 1
Patrizia Rubin ...
Maiden 2
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Galileo is thwarted in his pursuit to uncover the universe's mysteries by a lack of money, a lazy brother and a jealous rival. Luckily, he finds support from his student, Prince Cosimo, son of the Medici family.

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