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Episode cast overview:
Judith Raskin ...
The Bride
John Reardon ...
The Groom
Elaine Bonazzi ...
The Spy
Robert White ...
The Old Man
Beverly Wolff ...
The Executive Director
Leon Lishner ...
The Desk Clerk / Death
Nikiforos Naneris ...
The Bellboy
The Astronaut
John West ...
Death's Assistant
Bob Rickner ...
Executive Director's Secretary


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Release Date:

1962 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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not Amahl, but could be night visitors
30 May 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Like Mimi, I was a kid of 11 years old when I saw The Labyrinth. I used to watch Amahl and the Night Visitors every year at Christmas and found it interesting, though somewhat strange as I was not very familiar with opera. But The Labyrinth was a real revelation. I had become a real fan of Twilight Zone and Sci-Fi and horror films. I also enjoyed anything that had dreamlike, surrealistic qualities. As I recall, the television opera The Labyrinth aired on a Sunday afternoon when I saw it. I immediately recognized the name of Gian Carlo Menotti so I was enticed to watch. The strangeness of the story and imagery kept me entranced and has stayed with me ever since. I would really like to find this on DVD. Someone should consider redoing this for television or film. The opera has some great cinematic possibilities.

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