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more of a fluid, far-out director. But, instead, he's become
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of the post-Revolutionary period. A notable French melodramatist
was Pixérécourt whose
à deux maris
was very po****r. The first...
- play was set in Scotland. This, in turn, was adapted
by the English melodramatist James
Planché as The Vampire; or, the Bride
of the Isles
(1820) at the...
Game (1957), Federigo: Or the Power
of Love (1954), and The Melodramatists
(1949). Nemerov received
and honors, among
- "sealed director Raffaello
Matarazzo's re****tion as king of the Italian melodramatists
". The film's sets were designed
by the art director Ottavio
- acting career
the role of Pamela
Married, by the melodramatist
Pelletier-Volméranges at the prestigious Porte
- (1963) and Black
Rain (1989). Hiroshi Inagaki
(1905–1980). Historical melodramatist
and former child
star best known
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