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The Red Shoes (1948) Poster

(1948)

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Release Dates

UK 22 July 1948 (London)
Italy 19 August 1948 (Venice Film Festival)
UK 6 September 1948
Sweden 20 September 1948
USA 22 October 1948 (New York City, New York)
Finland 26 November 1948
Germany 23 December 1948 (Hamburg) (premiere)
Denmark 28 February 1949
Italy 2 April 1949
France 10 June 1949
Austria 14 October 1949
Portugal 23 February 1950
Japan 1 March 1950
Spain 11 May 1950 (Madrid)
Australia 4 May 1951
Argentina 24 July 1951
USA 1 October 1951 (re-release)
Finland 29 August 1958 (re-release)
Portugal 25 December 1983 (re-release)
France 8 November 1998 (Cherbourg-Octeville Festival of Irish and British Film)
Japan 2 November 2002 (Tokyo International Film Festival)
Czech Republic 2 December 2005 (British Film Days)
France 15 May 2009 (Cannes Film Festival)
UK 18 June 2009 (Edinburgh International Film Festival)
Greece 11 October 2009 (Greek Film Archive)
UK 11 December 2009 (re-release)
Australia 21 March 2010 (restored version) (re-release)
Hong Kong 3 April 2010 (restored version) (Hong Kong International Film Festival)
France 7 April 2010 (re-release) (restored version)
Czech Republic July 2010 (Karlovy Vary International Film Festival)
Canada 1 July 2010 (Vancouver) (restored version)
USA 20 July 2010 (Blu-ray premiere)
Greece 22 July 2010 (re-release)
Netherlands 9 December 2010 (re-release)
Slovenia 15 November 2014 (Ljubljana International Film Festival)
USA 16 May 2015 (Seattle International Film Festival)

Also Known As (AKA)

(original title) The Red Shoes
Argentina Las zapatillas rojas
Austria Die roten Schuhe
Belgium (Flemish title) De rode schoentjes
Belgium (French title) Les chaussons rouges
Brazil Os Sapatinhos Vermelhos
Bulgaria (Bulgarian title) Червените Пантофки
China (Mandarin title) Hong wu xie
Denmark De røde sko
Finland Punaiset kengät
France Les chaussons rouges
Greece (transliterated ISO-LATIN-1 title) Ta kokkina papoutsia
Hungary Piros cipellők
Italy Scarpette rosse
Japan (theatrical title) Akai kutsu
Mexico Las zapatillas rojas
Netherlands (informal literal title) De rode schoentjes
Norway De røde sko
Poland Czerwone pantofelki
Poland Czerwone trzewiki
Portugal Os sapatos Vermelhos
Romania Pantofiorii rosii
Serbia Crvene cipelice
Soviet Union (Russian title) Красные башмачки
Spain Las zapatillas rojas
Sweden De röda skorna
Turkey (Turkish title) Kirmizi Pabuçlar
West Germany Die roten Schuhe

See also

Full Cast and Crew | Official Sites | Company Credits | Filming & Production | Technical Specs

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