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Casanova [DVD] / Red Production Company in co-production with Power (Powercorp International Ltd.) ; BBC Wales in association with Granada Television ; produced by Gill McNeill ; written by Russell T. Davies ; directed by Sheree Folkson.

Folkson, Sheree, director. (Added Author). McNeill, Gill, producer. (Added Author). Tennant, David, 1971- cast. (Added Author). O'Toole, Peter, 1932- cast. (Added Author). Fraser, Laura, 1976- cast. (Added Author). Callow, Simon, 1949- cast. (Added Author). Byrne, Rose, cast. (Added Author). Kirwan, Dervla, cast. (Added Author).
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Jennings County Public Library - North Vernon DVD DRAMA CASANOVA 2006 (Text) 30653003345022 Adult Drama dvd Available -

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  • ISBN: 1593756607
  • Physical Description: 1 videodisc (2 hrs. 52 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
  • Edition: Widescreen format (aspect ratio 16 x 9)
  • Publisher: Boston : WGBH Boston Video, c2006.

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General Note: Orginally broadcast as episodes of Masterpiece Theatre on Public Televsion.
Participant or Performer Note: CAST : David Tennant, Peter O'Toole, Laura Fraser, Simon Callow, Rose Byrne, Dervla Kirwan.
Summary, etc.: A mini series which alternates between the gripping love triangle involving the young Casanova and the swan song of the world's most notorious lothario. Rising from an ignominous birth, Giacomo Casanova transfroms himself into a witty, intelligent hedonist. He meets the love of his life, charming Henriette, but she has already made a financially advantageous engagement to wealthy Count Grimani. Grimani has Casanova imprisoned for crimes both real and imagined. Casanova escapes and cuts a swathe through Europe revinventing himself as a doctor, a lawyer, an astrologyer, and even a fake nobleman.
Language Note: English soundtrack.
Subject: Casanova, Giacomo, 1725-1798 > Drama.
Man-woman relationships > Italy > Drama.
Sex symbolism > Drama.

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