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La fanciulla del West : opera in three acts

Author: G CivininiCarlo ZangariniJonathan MillerJohn Michael PhillipsMara ZampieriAll authors
Publisher: Chatsworth, CA : Image Entertainment, [1998]
Edition/Format:   DVD video : NTSC color broadcast system : ItalianView all editions and formats
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Minnie, a saloon owner in a mining camp in Calif., falls in love with Dick Johnson, otherwise known as the bandit Ramerrez. She plays poker with sheriff Jack Rance to determine the bandit's fate. Minnie cheats and wins Johnson's freedom, but he is caught. Johnson, about to be hanged, is saved when Minnie pleads for his life.
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Genre/Form: Televised operas
Video
Television adaptations
Filmed operas
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: G Civinini; Carlo Zangarini; Jonathan Miller; John Michael Phillips; Mara Zampieri; Juan Pons; Plácido Domingo; Sergio Bertocchi; Luigi Roni; Antonio Salvadori; Ernesto Gavazzi; Orazio Mori; Francesco Memeo; Aldo Bottion; Aldo Panariello; Pietro Spagnoli; Aldo Bramante; Nella Verri; Marco Chingari; Claudio Giombi; Ivan del Manto; Lorin Maazel; Stefanos Lazaridis; Sue Blane; Vannio Vanni; Gianni Mantovanini; Giacomo Puccini; Teatro alla Scala.; Radiotelevisione italiana.; Gruppo ENI.; Image Entertainment (Firm)
OCLC Number: 49642816
Language Note: Sung in Italian, with English subtitles.
Notes: Originally produced for Italian television in 1991.
Based on the play The girl of the golden West by David Belasco.
Program notes & synopsis printed on container.
Credits: Set designer, Stafanos Lazaridis ; costume designer, Sue Blane ; lighting designers, Vannio Vanni, Gianni Mantovanini.
Performer(s): Mara Zampieri (Minnie) ; Juan Pons (Jack Rance) ; Placido Domingo (Dick Johnson (Ramerrez)) ; Sergio Bertocchi (Nick) ; Luigi Roni (Ashby) ; Antonio Salvadori (Sonora) ; Ernesto Gavazzi (Trin) ; Giovanni Savoiardo (Sid) ; Orazio Mori (Bello) ; Francesco Memeo (Harry) ; Aldo Bottion (Joe) ; Ernesto Panariello (Happy) ; Pietro Spagnoli (Larkens) ; Aldo Bramante (Billy Jackrabbit) ; Nella Verri (Wowkle) ; Mario Chingari (Jack Wallace) ; Claudio Giombi (José Castro) ; Ivan del Manto (Pony Express Rider) ; Orchestra and Chorus of the Teatro alla Scala ; Lorin Maazel, conductor.
Description: 1 videodisc (142 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD; NTSC; Dolby digital stereo.
Responsibility: libretto by G. Civinini and C. Zangarini ; music by Giacomo Puccini ; director, Jonathan Miller ; director for television, John Michael Phillips ; a production of Teatro alla Scala and RAI-Radiotelevisione Italiana in collaboration with Gruppo ENI.

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Minnie, a saloon owner in a mining camp in Calif., falls in love with Dick Johnson, otherwise known as the bandit Ramerrez. She plays poker with sheriff Jack Rance to determine the bandit's fate. Minnie cheats and wins Johnson's freedom, but he is caught. Johnson, about to be hanged, is saved when Minnie pleads for his life.

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