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Young Man in a Hurry

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A specially filmed introduction to the work of Flemming Flindt, dancer and choreographer.
With Eugene Ionesco, Josette Amiel, Inge Sand, Svend Kragh-Jacobsen

Followed by the British premiere of Flemming Flindt's new ballet "The Miraculous Mandarin"
With the Danish State Radio Orchestra
Conducted by Miltiades Caridis
A BBC-Danmarks Radio co-production
See page 11

Contributors

Subject/Choreography: Flemming Flindt
Speaker: Eugene Ionesco
Speaker: Josette Amiel
Speaker: Inge Sand
Speaker: Svend Kragh-Jacobsen
Music (The Miraculous Mandarin): Bela Bartok
Musicians: The Danish State Radio Orchestra
Orchestra conducted by: Miltiades Caridis
Director: Jorgen Mydtskov
Narrated and produced by: John Drummond
The Girl: Josette Amiel
The Three Thugs: Niels Kehlet
The Three Thugs: Eske Holm
The Three Thugs: Flemming Halby
The Ola Drunk: Fredbjorn Bjornsson
The Young Boy: Hans-Jacob Kolgaard
The Mandarin: Flemming Flindt

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