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ScreenPlay: Cariani and the Courtesans

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by Leslie Megahey
A story of intrigue and romance in 16th-century Venice.
Starring Paul McGann, Simon Callow, Michael Gough, Diana Quick
When Cariani the painter falls in love with the beautiful girl who receives mysterious visitors in the rooms below, he is drawn into a web of danger and deceit.
With Louiza Livingstone, Robert Goodman and the voice of Charles Gray as the storyteller
A Screenplay/Arena presentation
Feature: page 74
(Ceefax Subtitles)

[Photo caption] Cariani (Paul McGann) gets rapidly out of his depth in the watery world of Venice

Contributors

Writer/Director: Leslie Megahey
Designer: Bruce Macadie
Cameraman: John Hooper
Film Editor: Ardan Fisher
Producer: David M. Thompson
Director: Leslie Megahey
Storyteller (voice): Charles Gray
Giovanni Cariani: Paul McGann
Maria: Lucy Hancock
Baroness: Linda Polan
Lavinia: Caroline England
Teresa: Teresa Benham
Moretti: Clive Merrison
Albani: Michael Gough
Raimondi: Simon Callow
Tullia: Diana Quick
Doge's officer: Anthony Milner
[Actress]: Louiza Livingstone
[Actor]: Robert Goodman

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ScreenPlay: Cariani and the Courtesans

BBC Two England, 5 August 1987 21.25






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