Tchaikovsky's ballet, with Margot Fonteyn in the title role, presented on TV in color. Only a black-and-white kinescope of this production seems to survive.
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One of the first live television presentations to use double exposure as a special effect. This occurs during the vision scene, in which the image of the awake Princess Aurora, who is really asleep, is conjured up by the Lilac Fairy, materializes floating on air and appears to the Prince. See more
Version of Branca de Neve