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Mediterranean Holiday (1962)

Flying Clipper - Traumreise unter weissen Segeln (original title)
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Credited cast:
Skoglund ... Himself - Captain of the Flying Clipper
Florian Bauer ... German boy
Christoph Gerhard ... German boy
Michael Hornung ... German boy
Udo Janson ... German boy
Günter Metz ... German boy
Erich Moritz ... German boy
Jürgen Richter ... German boy
Willy Kübler ... Himself
Mr. Charly ... Willy Kübler's chimpanzee
Heinrich Schäfer ... Himself - flight captain of the DO 27
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Graham Hill ... Himself
... Narrator (voice)
... Herself (as Princess Grace of Monaco)
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An Adventure Spanning Three Continents! See more »

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13 January 1965 (Portugal)  »

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Mediterranean Holiday  »

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A marvellous bit of Mediterranean glamour
30 March 2014 | by See all my reviews

When I saw this movie for the first time in 1963 (just 15 years old) it deeply impressed me.

A spectacular bit of cinema, a Geography lesson of the Mediterranean Sea second to none. The high society and the glamour of those years has been very well captured and the magnificent pictures taken with "Super 70mm" technology were something very special at that time!

The soundtrack composed by Riz Ortolani brought a beautiful background melody that I never forgot.

If you know the real value of dreams (like Alexis Zorbas!), go for it!

Obs.: When writing the review of a movie I take care to consider all factors and circumstances of that period, because otherwise I may measure things with inappropriate gauges.


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