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Faust
Drama - 1910
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Faust», a 1910 Drama film directed by Henri Andréani, David Barnett, and Enrico Guazzoni, starring Ugo Bazzini, Fernanda Negri Pouget, Alfredo Bracci, and Giuseppe Gambardella. Writers: Jules Barbier and Michel Carre, based on Goethe's "Faust" and Faust" opera by Gounod. Silent film but a soundtrack Animatophone (Gounod, Müller) was provided. Produced by Pathe Freres (Serie d'art Pathe Freres -- SAPF). Two reels, 605 m. Different versions (minor changes) for UK, France, Italy, US. Distributed in Italy by Cines.
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Runtime:
22 min
Release date:
4 Jun 1910
Country:
IT, FR, GB
Budget:
$0
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