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|Named Person:||Caligula, Emperor of Rome|
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Tinto Brass; Gore Vidal; Masolino D'Amico; Malcolm McDowell; Peter O'Toole; Helen Mirren; John Gielgud; John Steiner; Teresa Ann Savoy; Copyright Collection (Library of Congress)
|Notes:||Copyright: Penthouse Films International, Ltd. Appl. au.: Felix Cinematografica. DCR 1979; PUB 10Nov79; REG 7Nov80; PA83-587.
Copyright supplemental reg.: Felix Cinematografica, S.R.L. (on original appl.: Penthouse Films International, Ltd.). Appl. au.: Felix Cinematografica, S.R.L. (on original appl.: Felix Cinematografica). PUB 2Feb79 (on original appl.: 10Nov79); SREG: PA83-587, 1980: DREG 13May86; PA289-301.
Italian language track and credits.
Translations of credit terms are approximate with clarification taken from secondary sources. Secondary sources give Tinto Brass as the director and Gore Vidal as the screenwriter and state that some additional scenes and dialogue were added by others.
LC also holds the English language version released in the U.S. under the title Caligula.
Sources used: New York times, 2-2-1980; Variety, 11-21-1979; Baseline data base, 2-16-1999; Internet movie data base, 2-16-1999; M/B/RS preliminary cataloging record for Caligula.
|Credits:||Director of photography, Silvano Ippoliti ; original music by Paul Clemente ; musical excerpts from works by Aram Khatchaturian and Sergei Prokofiev ; film editor, Nino Baragli.|
|Cast:||Malcolm McDowell, Teresa Ann Savoy, Helen Mirren, Peter O'Toole, Sir John Gielgud, John Steiner.|
|Description:||3 videocassettes of 3 (PAL) (ca. 155 min.) : sd., col. ; 3/4 in. viewing copy.|
|Other Titles:||Caligola (Motion picture)
Caligula (Motion picture)
|Responsibility:||Penthouse Films International ; Felix Cinematografica S.R.L. ; [director], Tinto Brass ; [scenes] filmed by Franco Rossellini ; additional scenes directed by Giancarlo Lui and Bob Guccione ; produced by Bob Guccione and Franco Rossellini ; [written by] Gore Vidal and Masolino D'Amico ; [adapted from an original screenplay] by Gore Vidal.|