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And the Ship Sails On ()

E la nave va (original title)
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In 1914, a luxury ship leaves Italy in order to scatter the ashes of a famous opera singer. A lovable bumbling journalist chronicles the voyage and meets the singer's many eccentric friends... See more »

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Orlando
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Ildebranda Cuffari
Victor Poletti ...
Aureliano Fuciletto
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Sir Reginald J. Dongby
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Teresa Valegnani
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Lady Violet Dongby Albertini
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Il Maestro Albertini
Sarah-Jane Varley ...
Dorotea
Fiorenzo Serra ...
Il Granduca
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La Principessa Lherimia
Pasquale Zito ...
Il Conte di Bassano
Linda Polan ...
Ines Ruffo Saltini
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Il Primo Ministro
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Ricotin
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Ziloev
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Sabatino Lepori
Elisabeth Kaza
Colin Higgins ...
Il capo della polizia
Umberto Zuanelli ...
Primo maestro Rubetti
Claudio Ciocca ...
Secondo di bordo
Antonio Vezza ...
Il capitano
Alex Partexano ...
Ufficiale (as Alessandro Partexano)
Domenico Pertica ...
Pastore
Ginestra Spinola ...
La cugina di Edmea
Christian Fremont
Roberto Caporali ...
Padre di Dorotea
Franca Maresa ...
Madre di Dorotea
Marielle Duvelle
Helen Stirling
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Secondo maestro Rubetti
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Edmea Tetua
Carlo Di Giacomo ...
Sabatino Lepori
Jean Schlegel ...
Sovraintendente
Umberto Barone ...
Scala
Monica Bertolitti
Salvatore Calabrese ...
Banchiere
Johna Mancini ...
Segretario del sovrintendente
Francesco Scali
Cecilia Cerocchi ...
Moglie del sovrintendente
Franco Angrisano ...
Il cuoco
Ugo Fangareggi ...
Il barista
Pietro Fumelli
Andy Miller
Fides Stagni
Roberto Jacar
Raffaele Giangrande
Filippo De Gara
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Cameriere (uncredited)
Aisha Bragadin ...
Moglie di Lepori (uncredited)
Roger de Bellegarde ...
Il generale (uncredited)
Wolf Gaudlitz ...
Segratario di Ildebranda (uncredited)
Julian Jenkins ...
(uncredited)
Adam Kotwizky ...
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Guardiano del rinoceronte (uncredited)
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Giovane indovina (uncredited)
Salvatore Omnis ...
Maestro di canto (uncredited)
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Il medico (uncredited)
Luigi Uzzo ...
Il terzo di bordo (uncredited)

Directed by

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Federico Fellini

Written by

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Federico Fellini ... (story) &
Tonino Guerra ... (story)
 
Federico Fellini ... (screenplay) &
Tonino Guerra ... (screenplay)

Produced by

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Franco Cristaldi ... producer
Aldo Nemni ... associate producer
Renzo Rossellini ... associate producer

Music by

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Gianfranco Plenizio

Cinematography by

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Giuseppe Rotunno

Film Editing by

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Ruggero Mastroianni

Editorial Department

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Leda Bellini ... assistant editor
Adriana Olasio ... assistant editor
Kathleen Stratton ... assistant editor (as Rossana Landi)

Production Design by

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Dante Ferretti

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Maria-Teresa Barbasso
Nazzareno Piana
Massimo Razzi

Set Decoration by

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Francesca Lo Schiavo
Massimo Tavazzi

Costume Design by

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Maurizio Millenotti

Makeup Department

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Rino Carboni ... makeup artist
Iole Cecchini ... hair stylist
Grazia De Rossi ... key hair stylist
Rosalba Cimino ... additional makeup artist (uncredited)

Production Management

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Georges Dybman ... production manager
Pietro Notarianni ... general manager
Lucio Orlandini ... production manager
Willy Rahau ... production supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Gianni Arduini ... assistant director
Andrea De Carlo ... assistant director
Thierry Nahon ... assistant director: France

Art Department

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Sante Barelli ... scenic artist
Nello Cappelli ... property master
Giuliano Geleng ... paintings
Rinaldo Geleng ... paintings
Gianni Gianese ... sculptor (as Giovanni Gianese)
Milo Manara ... poster artist
Nazzareno Piana ... architect
Massimo Razzi ... architect
Italo Tomassi ... painter
Valeriano Trubbiani ... additional production designer

Sound Department

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Fabio Ancillai ... sound recordist
Fausto Ancillai ... sound mixer
Fernando Caso ... sound effects editor
Chris David ... stereo sound consultant: Dolby
Edmondo Gintili ... foley recordist / sound effects assistant editor
Alvaro Gramigna ... foley artist
Claudio Gramigna ... sound effects editor
Tommaso Quattrini ... sound engineer
Stefano Savino ... boom operator

Special Effects by

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Massimo Di Palma ... special effects
Adriano Pischiutta ... special effects

Camera and Electrical Department

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Luigi Bernardini ... assistant camera
Rodolfo Bramucci ... gaffer
Umberto Dessena ... grip
Alberto Emidi ... key grip
Giovanni Fiore Coltellacci ... camera operator (as Gianni Fiore)
Gianmaria Majorana ... assistant camera (as Gian Maria Majorana)
Adriano Mancori ... assistant camera
Domenico Parrello ... grip
Massimo Zeri ... documentary camera operator

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Barbara Mastroianni ... assistant costume designer

Music Department

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Giovanni Baviglio ... singing voice: Victor Poletti
Bruno Beccaria ... tenor
Boris Carmeli ... musician
Nucci Condò ... singing voice: Elisa Mainardi
Paolo Ghirlinzoni ... music assistant
Bernadette Lucarini ... second soprano
Ines Meisters ... chorus master
Elvio Monti ... associate conductor
Elizabeth Norberg-Schulz ... singing voice: Linda Polan
Orchestra Sinfonica Nazionale della Rai ... orchestra (as Orchestra sinfonia e coro di Roma della RAI Radiotelevisione Italiana)
Gianfranco Plenizio ... conductor / music arranger / piano
Piero Vendittelli ... music engineer
Mara Zampieri ... singing voice: Barbara Jefford and Janet Suzman

Transportation Department

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Paolo Bernardini ... driver: cast

Other crew

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Leonetta Bentivoglio ... choreographer (as Loretta Bentivoglio)
Riccardo Cucciolla ... dubbing director
Walter Fiordelmondo ... production assistant
Norma Giacchero ... script supervisor
Franco Penna ... production accountant
Andrea Zanzotto ... text: For Opera singers
Ferruccio Amendola ... voice dubbing: Freddie Jones (uncredited)
Pino Colizzi ... voice dubbing: Fred Williams (uncredited)
Massimo Giuliani ... voice dubbing: Pasquale Zito (uncredited)
Alessandro Haber ... voice dubbing: Vittorio Poletti (uncredited)
Oreste Lionello ... voice dubbing: Peter Cellier (uncredited)
Rita Savagnone ... voice dubbing: Barbara Jefford (uncredited)
Giancarlo Sbragia ... voice dubbing: Paolo Paoloni (uncredited)
Rolf Tasna ... voice dubbing: Antonio Vezza (uncredited)

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

In July 1914 a luxury cruise ship leaves Italy with the ashes of the famous opera singer Tetua. The boat is filled with her friends, opera singers, actors and all kinds of exotic people. Life is sweet the first days, but on the third day the captain has to save a a large number of Serbian refugees from the sea, refugees who has escaped the first tremors of WWI. Written by Mattias Thuresson

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Also Known As
  • E la nave va di Federico Fellini (Italy)
  • Et vogue le navire... (France)
  • And the Ship Sails On (United States)
  • The Ship Sails On (World-wide, English title)
  • Y la nave va (Spain)
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  • 132 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia The song "Rhinoceros", by Utah Saints on their album Two, contains a sample of Michael Stipe, the R.E.M. singer, detailing the scenario of this film . See more »
Movie Connections Edited into Bellissimo: Immagini del cinema italiano (1985). See more »
Soundtracks La donna è mobile See more »
Quotes Orlando: Pum pum? The mountain's mouth? But it's a volcano's mouth. We're sitting on a volcano's mouth. Now I understood the metaphor! A tragedy.
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