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It's simply amazing this film has a 4.1 user rating since it WAS NEVER FINISHED!
There were a handful of shooting days left in Colorado Springs at the replica of the Trianon, and a few days to do at a park in Boulder when the production funding fell apart and the lawsuits started!
It was fun while it lasted, working with name talent in every role, shooting with TWO Panavision camera packages, and acting like a real crew! Little did we know that the producer had no money... Many people and companies lost a fortune on this little baby.
I think the footage ended up at the lab in San Francisco, and the camera and lighting companies ended up eating their losses. The famous hotel in Colorado Springs took a many thousand dollar loss (because that's where all the major talent was staying). Individual crew members lost apartments and defaulted on bills.
In short, a disaster...and completely unexpected with this sort of cast attached. Personally, I believe the producer was a certifiable cuckoo.
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