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Dance of the Seven Veils 

An imaginary portrait of composer Richard Strauss.

Director:

Ken Russell

Writers:

Henry Reed (dialogue), Henry Reed (scenario) | 3 more credits »
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Episode cast overview:
Christopher Gable Christopher Gable ... Richard Strauss
Judith Paris ... Pauline Strauss
Kenneth Colley ... Hitler
Vladek Sheybal ... Joseph Goebbels
James Mellor James Mellor ... Goering
Sally Bryant Sally Bryant ... 'Life'
Gala Mitchell Gala Mitchell ... Fallen Woman
Rita Webb Rita Webb ... Salome
Imogen Claire Imogen Claire ... Salome (dancer)
Maggy Maxwell Maggy Maxwell ... Potiphar's Wife
Otto Diamant ... Jewish Man
Dorothy Grumbar Dorothy Grumbar ... Jewish Woman
Anna Sharkey Anna Sharkey ... Octavian
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An imaginary portrait of composer Richard Strauss.

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Not Rated
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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

15 February 1970 (UK) See more »

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Color
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One of eight film collaborations between actor/dancer Christopher Gable and director Ken Russell. See more »

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Featured in Ken Russell: A Bit of a Devil (2012) See more »

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Hilarious!
26 September 2006 | by HeatherRaehateSee all my reviews

This documentary is BRILLIANT! I had the luck of seeing Ken Russel speak and present three of his films at a film festival last year. My friend and I got an interview with him for a news article, he told us the whole story about the Strauss estate. Apparently he swiped a copy of the original reel, and has been carrying it around ever since the 70's. The film depicts Strauss having a picnic with Hitler (because of his supposed connections with the Nazi party) and letting Hitler ride upon his shoulders as they frolic through a feild, handing out Strauss' records which have a swastikas in the centers.

The music goes so well with the scenes, it was a long documentary but I laughed almost all the way through it. I hope others are able to see it eventually.


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