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Violetta meets Alfredo and quickly falls for him. After the lovers run away together, they live in bliss for a short time. However, Alfredo's father, Giorgio, starts to interfere, concerned... See more »

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Teresa Stratas ...
Violetta
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Alfredo
Cornell MacNeil ...
Germont
Allan Monk ...
Baron Douphol
Axelle Gall ...
Flora
Pina Cei ...
Annina
Maurizio Barbacini ...
Gastone
Robert Sommer ...
Doctor Grenvil
Richard Oneto ...
Marquis
Renato Cestiè ...
Young Porter
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Alfredo's Sister
Luciano Brizi ...
Giuseppe
Tony Ammirati ...
Messenger
Ariel Bybee ...
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Geraldine Decker ...
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Ferruccio Furlanetto ...
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Russell Christopher ...
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Michael Best ...
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Richard Vernon ...
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Charles Anthony ...
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Yekaterina Maksimova ...
Dancer (as Ekaterina Maksimova of the Bolshoi Theatre)
Vladimir Vasilev ...
Dancer (as Vladimir Vassilev of the Bolshoi Theatre)
Gabriella Borni ...
Dancer

Directed by

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Franco Zeffirelli

Written by

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Francesco Maria Piave ... (libretto)
 
Franco Zeffirelli ... (written by)
 
Alexandre Dumas fils ... (after: "La dame aux camélias" by) (uncredited)

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Tarak Ben Ammar ... producer
Carlo Lastricati ... associate producer

Cinematography by

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Ennio Guarnieri

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Franca Silvi
Peter Taylor

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Liberata Zocchi ... assistant editor

Production Design by

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Franco Zeffirelli

Costume Design by

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Piero Tosi

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Giannetto De Rossi ... makeup artist
Grazia De Rossi ... hair stylist
Luigi Rocchetti ... makeup artist

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Umberto Sambuco ... production manager

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Carlo Cotti ... assistant director
Jean-Claude Ventura ... first assistant director

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Bruno Carlino ... set dresser
Maria-Teresa Barbasso ... set designer (uncredited)
Domenico Mancino ... blacksmith (uncredited)
Italo Tomassi ... set designer (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Cesare D'Amico ... sound editor
Jean-Louis Ducarme ... sound mixer
Federico Osavina ... sound mixing advisor
Claude Villand ... sound mixer
Jean-Marc Lentretien ... sound mix technician (uncredited)

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Nino Cristiani ... camera operator
Dominique Robert ... grip

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Alberto Spiazzi ... assistant costume designer (uncredited)

Music Department

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Rolf Feichtinger ... musical advisor
Paul Goodman ... assistant original music recordist
James Levine ... conductor: and music director
Gilbert Marouani ... music track coordinator
Metropolitan Opera Chorus ... chorus
The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra and Chorus ... music perfomers
Tom Rates ... assistant original music recordist
Jay David Saks ... original music recordist (as Jay Saks)
Giuseppe Verdi ... music by

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Alberto Testa ... choreographer
Franco Penna ... production accountant (uncredited)
Roberto Penna ... production accountant (uncredited)
Corrado Sofia ... production assistant (uncredited)
Max Wilcox ... post-production audio producer (uncredited)
Carla Zacchia ... production accountant assistant (uncredited)
Crew believed to be complete

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Plot Summary

Violetta meets Alfredo and quickly falls for him. After the lovers run away together, they live in bliss for a short time. However, Alfredo's father, Giorgio, starts to interfere, concerned that Violetta's bad reputation will affect the marriage prospects of Alfredo's sister. Violetta reluctantly leaves Alfredo, but his love is so strong that it leads him to actions that have tragic consequences. Written by Toby Padilla

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Also Known As
  • La Traviata (France)
  • La Traviata (Portugal)
  • Traviata (Hungary)
  • Traviata (Greece)
  • Traviata (Poland)
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  • 109 min
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Movie Connections Referenced in La traviata (2002). See more »
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