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THE MONTE CARLO STORY

USA/Italy 1957. A Titanus Production, produced by Tan Film in Technirama.
Released through United Artists

CAST: Marlene Dietrich (Marquise Maria de Crevecoeur); Vittorio de Sica (Count Dino della Fiaba); Arthur O'Connell (Mr. Hinkley); Natalie Trundy (Jane Hinkley); Jane Rose (Mrs. Freeman); Clelia Mantania (Sophia); Alberto Rabagliati (Albert); Mischa Auer (Hector); Renato Rascel (Duval); Carlo Rizzo (Henri); Truman Smith (Mr. Freeman); Mimo Billi (Roland); Marco Tulli (Francois); Guido Martufi (Paul); Jean Combal (Hotel director); Vera Garretto (Caroline); Yannick Geffroy (Gabriel); Betty Philippsen (Zizj); Frank Colson (Walter, 1st American); Serge Fliegers (Harry, 2nd American); Frank Elliott (Mr. Ewing); Betty Carter (Mrs. Ewing); Gerlaine Fournier (German lady); Simone Marie Rose (Lady in magenta); Clara Beck (American oil heiress); with Mario Carotenuto

CREDITS: Samuel A. Taylor (Director); Guilio Macchi (2nd unit director); Marcello Girosi (Producer); Samuel A. Taylor (Scenarist); Giuseppe Rotunno (Photographer); Nino Misiano (Production Manager); Gastone Medin (Art Director); Ferdinando Ruffo (Stage Manager); Renzo Rosselini (Musical Score and Conductor); Luisa Allesandri, Roberto Montemuro, Maria Russo (Assistant Directors); Kurt Doubrawsky (Sound Recorder); George White (Editor); Elio Costanzi (Wardrobe); Miss Dietrich's Gowns by Jean Louis; Harriet Medin (Dialogue Teacher); based on an original story by Samuel A. Taylor, Marcello Girosi and Dino Risi.

SONGS: "Les Jeux sont faits (Rien ne va Plus)" by Michael Emer; "Back Home in Indiana".

Production Dates: Summer — Autumn 1956, Titanus Studios,
Tome and Monte Carlo.


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