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March 1957 (USA) See more »
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  (in credits order)
Alexander Scourby ... Narration (voice)

Directed by
James Ivory 
Writing credits
James Ivory (written by)

Produced by
James Ivory .... producer
Original Music by
Giovanni Gabrieli 
Cinematography by
James Ivory 
Film Editing by
Stelios Roccos 
Camera and Electrical Department
Stelios Roccos .... additional cinematographer
Music Department
Frédéric Chopin .... stock music
Claudio Monteverdi .... stock music
Antonio Vivaldi .... stock music
Other crew
Frank Desby .... assistance: Chorus master of the Byzantine Chorale
Sileno Corsini .... acknowledgment: with the assistance of (as Sig. Sileno Corsini)
Lester Novros .... acknowledgment: with the assistance of
Anita M. Peabody .... acknowledgment: with the assistance of
Saul Steinberg .... acknowledgment: with the assistance of
Mrs. Diego Suarez .... acknowledgment: with the assistance of

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Also Known As:
"Venice" - International (English title) (informal short title)
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USA:24 min | USA:28 min
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This short documentary film is featured as a special feature on the Criterion Collection DVD for James Ivory's later picture Jane Austen in Manhattan (1980).See more »
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