Die Rose von Bagdad


La Rosa di Bagdad (English: The Rose of Baghdad) is a 1949 Italian animated film. In 1952, the film was dubbed into English, retitled The Singing Princess and starring Julie Andrews in her first and only film and only venture into voice-over work during the 1950s. The film was reissued in 1967, at the height of Andrews' subsequent Hollywood career. It is often cited as one of the first animated movies from Europe and in Technicolor, and is Italy's second film in Technicolor after The Dynamite Brothers.[1][2]

Quelle: Wikipedia(englisch)
weitere Titel:
La Rose de Bagdad
La Rosa di Bagdad en-ca en-gb
La rosa di Bagdad
De roos van Bagdad
وردة بغداد
Róża Bagdadupl
Die Rose von Bagdad
IMDB: 200
Regie:Anton Gino Domeneghini
Drehbuch:Enrico D'Angelo
Lucio De Caro
Schnitt:Lucio De Caro
Musik:Riccardo Pick-Mangiagalli
Produzent:Anton Gino Domeneghini
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