Miguel De Cervantes


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Bohemian Girl, The (1936) -- (Movie Clip) Heart Of A Gypsy Not credited, because she was deceased in a notorious, and never proven, suicide, by the release date, usually-blonde Thelma Todd?s complete and final appearance, as a gypsy singer, early in the Laurel And Hardy vehicle The Bohemian Girl, 1936.
Bohemian Girl, The (1936) -- (Movie Clip) I Dreamt I Dwelled In Marbled Halls Jumping 12 years during which time the child of adoptive gypsy “uncles” Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy has grown up to be Jacqueline Wells (later known as Julie Bishop, the name she adopted in 1941 when she signed with Warner Bros.), with a song from the original operetta by Michael William Balfe, in The Bohemian Girl, 1936.
Bohemian Girl, The (1936) -- (Movie Clip) A Long Woman And A Dark Journey Headliners Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy as gypsies plying their trade (picking pockets) in 18th century Austria, Harry Bowen their intoxicated mark, Sam Lufkin their second, in The Bohemian Girl, 1936, from Hal Roach Studios.
Man Of La Mancha (1972) -- (Movie Clip) It's All The Same! Sophia Loren in her first scene as "Aldonza," the "serving wench," hard to imagine another actress doing better, with It's All The Same by Mitch Leigh and Joe Darion, her own vocal, in Alberto Grimaldi's production of Man Of La Mancha, 1972.
Man Of La Mancha (1972) -- (Movie Clip) A Monstrous Giant Fully into their fictional roles for the first time, Peter O'Toole (as Don Quixote) and James Coco (as Sancho Panza) in their defining assault on a windmill, in Man Of La Mancha, 1972, directed by Arthur Hiller.
Man Of La Mancha (1972) -- (Movie Clip) By Edict Of The Inquisition From the opening sequence, Spaniards mocking their masters, a masked prisoner is Peter O'Toole, here playing the author Cervantes, supported by manservant James Coco, from Alberto Grimaldi's 1972 production of the hit Broadway musical, Man Of La Mancha.