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The Phantom Lady (film)

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The Phantom Lady
Enrique Alvarez Diosdado - Delia Garcés - La dama duende (1944).jpg
Directed byLuis Saslavsky
Written byRafael Alberti
María Teresa León
StarringDelia Garcés
Enrique Diosdado
CinematographyJosé María Beltrán
Edited byOscar Carchano
Music byJulián Bautista
Production
company
Release date
1945
Running time
101 min
CountryArgentina
LanguageSpanish

The Phantom Lady (Spanish: La Dama duende) is a 1945 Argentine film directed by Luis Saslavsky. At the 1946 Argentine Film Critics Association Awards the film won Silver Condor Awards for Best Film, Best Director, Best Adapted Screenplay and Best Music.[1] It is based on a seventeenth-century comedy with the same name by Pedro Calderón de la Barca, translated as The Phantom Lady. However, the film alters the play considerably - the plot is heavily rewritten, and the style of dialogue is completely changed. Calderon's comedy is written in verse, while the screenplay of the film is in prose and contains scenes not found in the play. The final scene includes a fierce storm from which the hero rescues the heroine and declares his love for her, a scene added to the film.

Plot

Cast

  • Delia Garcés
  • Enrique Diosdado
  • Paquita Garzón
  • Manuel Collado
  • Antonia Herrero
  • Amalia Sánchez Ariño
  • Alejandro Maximino
  • Helena Cortesina
  • Andrés Mejuto
  • Ernesto Vilches
  • María José
  • Manuel Díaz de la Haza
  • Francisco López Silva

References

  1. ^ "Películas claves del cine nacional en copias impecables". Los Andes (in Spanish). 4 March 2016. Retrieved 29 June 2019.

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This page was last edited on 29 November 2020, at 23:23
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