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Don Quixote  (1973)

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  |    |  Color  |  111 Minutes
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The movie Don Quixote, released in 1973 and directed by Robert Helpmann, Rudolf Nureyev, was shot on film using Mitchell BNC Camera and Angenieux 24-240 f2.6 Zoom Lens with Geoffrey Unsworth as cinematographer and editing by Anthony Buckley.
Cinematography by | Geoffrey Unsworth
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Country | Australia
Language | English
Genres | Music

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Don Quixote
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Gypsy King
Gypsy Girl
Gypsy Queen
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Gypsy Girl
Gypsy Dancer
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Fandango Dancer
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From Ballet "don Quixote"
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