La Rosa Di Bagdad
English Title: The Rose Of BaghdadLa Rosa Di Bagdad (The Rose Of Baghdad , The Singing Princess) (1949) Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film
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- Feature Length Animated FilmFeature
- Traditional Animation
- Ima Film, Trans-National
- Distributed by: Artisti Associati, Grand National Pictures Ltd. (United Kingdom), Larry Joachim (U.S.A.)
- Cartoon Characters: Narrator, Princess Zeila, Sheikh Jafar, Burk, Calif Oman, Zizibé, Fatima, Amin, Amin's Mother, The Grand Kadi, Black Woman at the Fountain, Calina, Choir of the Three Ministers.
English Version: Narrator, Princess Zeila, Amin, Sheikh Jafar, Calif Oman, Tonko, Zirko.
- Voice Actors: Germana Calderini, Beatrice Preziosa, Giulio Panicali, Carlo Romano.
- Directed By Anton Gino Domenighini.
- Produced By Anton Gino Domenighini.
- Written By Nina Maguire, Tony Maguire, Lucio De Caro.
- Awards: First Prize, Children's Film, Venice Film Festival, 1949.
- Music: Riccardo Pick Mangiagalli, Nina Maguire, Tony Maguire.
- Originally Released on December 22, 1949.
- Originally Released Theatrically.
- Running Time: 76 minutes.
A snake charmer's genie helps rescue his master's sweetheart, a beautiful princess, from a wicked caliph.
Cartoon Production Information:
"The Rose Of Baghdad" and "The Singing Princess."
The first Italian animated feature film.
Julie Andrews' voice role as Princess Zeila in the English-language dub marked her first work in film. She was only 16 or 17 when she was heard in the English-language version.
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