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- "A Night in Venice" is a 1934 German-Hungarian operetta film directed by Robert Wiene and starring Tino Pattiera, Tina Eilers and Ludwig Stössel. It is loosely based on the 1883 operetta Eine Nacht in Venedig by Johann Strauss II.
- also known as Eine Nacht in Venedig
- countries: Germany, Hungary
- language: German Language
- written by Robert Wiene
- based on a story by Camillo Walzel & Richard Genée
- cinematography by Werner Bohne
- music by Johann Strauss II, László Angyal
- genre: Comedy
- released on (80 years ago)
- "A Night in Venice" is a 1953 Austrian operetta film directed by Georg Wildhagen and starring Hans Olden, Jeanette Schultze and Peter Pasetti. It is adapted from the 1883 operetta Eine Nacht in Venedig by Johann Strauss, which had previously been turned into a 1934 film A Night in Venice directed by Robert Wiene.
A Night In Venice is a theater production.
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Dictionary of Music (1983)
by Theodore Karp
In the 1870s Strauss turned to the composition of operettas and won great success with such work as The Bat, The Gipsy Baron, A Night in Venice, and more than a dozen others. Strauss, Richard: b. Munich, June 11, 1864; d. Garmisch ...
by Peter Csendes
Fine Nacht in Venedig (A Night in Venice, 1 883) and Der Zigeunerbaron (The Gypsy Baron, 1 885). They are still performed often. StrauB is buried in the Zentralfriedhof (see ...
A dictionary of the drama (1904)
a guide to the plays, playwrights, players, and playhouses of the United Kingdom and America, from the earliest times to the present. vol. 1. A-G. by William Davenport Adams
or, A Night in Venice. An opera in two acts, in prose and verse, printed in ' The New British Theatre,' 1814. Gondoliers (The) ; or, The King- of Barataria. A comic opera in two act3, written by W. S. Gilbert (q.v.), composed by ...
by William Lines Hubbard
In the field of comic opera, the following prove Strauss' claim to recognition: Queen Indigo; The Carnival in Rome; Fledermaus; Tagliostro; Prince Methusalen ; Blindekuh; The Queen's Lace Handkerchief; The Merry War; A Night in Venice; The ...
The Encyclopedia Americana (1905)
A universal reference library comprising the arts and sciences ... commerce, etc., of the world by George Edwin Rines, Frederick Converse Beach
<A Night in Venice* (1883); and 'The Gipsy Baron > (1885). Strauss, Joseph, American naval officer and inventor: b. Mount Morris ...
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