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Song of Scheherazade

Title
Song of Scheherazade [videorecording] / Universal ; written and directed by Walter Reisch ; producers, Edward Kaufman, Edward Doods.
Publication
Universal City : Universal Home Video, 1998.

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Moving imageNo restrictions VTH 6465 SReserve Film and Video Adult Fiction

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Description
1 videocassette (106 min.) : sd., col.; 1/2 in.
Subject
Scheherazade, Queen, consort of Shahryar, King of Persia (Legendary character) > Drama
Genre/Form
Feature films.
Note
  • Original production: c1947.
Credits (note)
  • Musical adaptation and direction, Miklos Rozsa ; music, Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov.
Performer (note)
  • Yvonne De Carlo, Brian Donlevy, Jean Pierre Aumont, Charles Kullman ... [et al.].
System Details (note)
  • VHS.
ISBN
0783227728
Title
Song of Scheherazade [videorecording] / Universal ; written and directed by Walter Reisch ; producers, Edward Kaufman, Edward Doods.
Imprint
Universal City : Universal Home Video, 1998.
System Details
VHS.
Cast
Yvonne De Carlo, Brian Donlevy, Jean Pierre Aumont, Charles Kullman ... [et al.].
Credits
Musical adaptation and direction, Miklos Rozsa ; music, Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov.
Summary
Unusually calm seas strand a Russian naval sailing ship off the port of Morocco. On shore leave, young midshipman and aspiring composer Nicolas Rimsky-Korsakov meets Cara, a mysterious dancer whose poignant life reminds him of the Scheherazade, the tragic heroine of 1001 Arabian Nights. Nicholas feelings for Cara inspire his most passionate work, but their romance seems doomed when the navy forces Cara to remain in Morocco and bans Rimsky-Korsakov from composing any more music.
Added Author
De Carlo, Yvonne.
Donlevy, Brian.
Aumont, Jean Pierre.
Kullman, Charles, 1903-1983.
Reisch, Walter.
Rimsky-Korsakov, Nikolay, 1844-1908. Shekherazada.
Publisher No.
81119 Universal
Branch Call Number
VC 792.9 S
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