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Shadowing the Third Man (2004)

Documentary about the production of The Third Man (1949).

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Angela Allen ... Herself
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Stephan Fleming ... Narrator (voice)
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Herbert Halbik ... Himself
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Anton Karas ... Himself (archive footage)
Alexander Korda ... Himself (archive footage)
Vincent Korda ... Himself (archive footage)
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Christian Riehs ... (voice)
Angelica Schütz ... (voice)
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Documentary about the production of The Third Man (1949).

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11 October 2004 (USA)  »

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Im Schatten des Dritten Mannes  »

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In the narration that gives background for assistant director Guy Hamilton it is said that he would later go on to direct three James bond films. In actual fact he would direct four James Bond films. See more »

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fantastic
29 May 2005 | by See all my reviews

This documentary was sock-o! I love "The Third Man," and the insight given by this documentary was tremendous. Not only was the narration great, but the scenes of post-war Vienna were staggering. (In Vienna today, one can actually take a "Third Man" tour.) The background of the Selznick-Korda conflict, the description of how the zither music was decided upon, the tour of the tunnels, how the silhouettes were created, the cat at Harry's shoes -- all wonderful information.

Being a huge Orson Welles fan, I loved the stories about Welles. But my favorite story was the one about how the name Paul Horbiger opened the doors of Vienna to the producers, where the names Orson Welles, Alida Valli, and David Selznick did nothing! This is a must see.


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