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Mozart's The Magic Flute


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A new film version directed for Swedish television by INGMAR BERGMAN providing family entertainment with a difference for the pantomime season.
Guards in the House of Trials
Three youths....ERLAND VON HEIJNE
English subtitles by MARY SANDBACH
' Ravishing to look at ' ... ' The acting is exceptional' . . .,' The most beguiling offering o] the year' ... ' A wonderful bit of sorcery, passionate, elegant and light-hearted ' ... ' Mozart is renewed, enhanced ... genius is served '. (TIME MAGAZINE)
Choreography DONYA FEUER
Director of photography SVEN NYKVIST Director INGMAR BERGMAN including an interval at 9.30*
Broadcast simultaneously in stereo on Radio 3


Television By: Ingmar Bergman
Unknown: Jerker Arvidson
Unknown: Hans Johansson
Unknown: Erland von Heijne
Unknown: Ansgar Krook
Unknown: Urban Malmgren
Conducted By: Eric Ericson
Unknown: Emanuel Schikaneder
Unknown: Mary Sandbach
Unknown: Donya Feuer
Unknown: Sven Nykvist
Director: Ingmar Bergman
Tamino: Josef Kostlinger
Pamina: Irma Urrila
Papageno: Haken Hagegard
Papagena: Elizabeth Erikson
Three Ladies: Britt-Marie Aruhn
Three Ladies: Kirsten Vaupel
Three Ladies: Birgitta Smiding
Sarastro: Ulrik Cold
Queen of the Night: Birgit Nordin
Monostatos: Ragner Ulfung
Speaker: Eric Saeden
Priests: Ulf Johanson
Priests: Gosta Pruzelius

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Mozart's The Magic Flute

BBC Two England, 26 December 1975 20.30

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