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European Nights (1959)

Europa di notte (original title)
A tour of the nightlife in Rome, Paris, London, Madrid, Vienna, Brussels and more. Episodes presenting famous artists and people performing.
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Cast

Credited cast:
Alba Arnova Alba Arnova
The Princesse Badia The Princesse Badia
Dolly Bell Dolly Bell
Armando Calvo
Le Carroussel Quintero Le Carroussel Quintero
Raffaella Carrà ... (as Raffaella Pelloni)
Carmen Casarrubios Carmen Casarrubios
Coccinelle Coccinelle
Il Complesso Sovietico Berioska Il Complesso Sovietico Berioska
Il Coro d'Ucraina Il Coro d'Ucraina
Il Coro Dei Bandouristes Il Coro Dei Bandouristes
The Croq Messieurs The Croq Messieurs
Rolland D'Avell Rolland D'Avell
Danzatori Ukraini Orly Danzatori Ukraini Orly
Louis Ducreux ... Narrator (French Version) (voice)
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A tour of the nightlife in Rome, Paris, London, Madrid, Vienna, Brussels and more. Episodes presenting famous artists and people performing.

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exploitation | mondo | See All (2) »

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Join the after-dark-to-dawn cabaret whirl and thrill to some of the world's brightest entertainers! See more »

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Documentary

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Country:

Italy | France

Language:

Italian

Release Date:

April 1963 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

European Nights See more »

Filming Locations:

Rome, Lazio, Italy See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Avers Films See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color (Technicolor)
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Connections

Featured in Sjecas li se Dolly Bell? (1981) See more »

Soundtracks

You'll Never Never Know
Written by Jean Miles, Paul Robi and Tony Williams
Performed by The Platters
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Early 'Mondo' film
21 December 2001 | by Artemis-9See all my reviews

This is not a sequel to "Mondo di notte" but rather a film made in the same year. Gualtiero Jacopetti has the writing credits for "Mondo di notte" (1959) but did not direct that movie. Although Gualtiero Jacopetti did influence all this sorts of films, he did not direct all of them. This movie is a potpourri of contemporary nightclub acts, in Europe.


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