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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
Gloria Monti <[log in to unmask]>
Mon, 12 Jun 1995 23:46:07 -0400
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On Mon, 12 Jun 1995, Ruben Garcia-Loureda wrote:
> At 01:08 AM 8/6/95 +0100, Mark A Whyte wrote:
> >> I am a Graphic Designer currently working on a centenary of
> >> film project. My client wishes to use images of 'Fernando Ray' and 'Romy
> >> Schneider.' I believe Ray is from Spain and Schneider from Austria, but,
> >> what are they famous for? What are their best films? Where can I get hold
> >> of some photographs or film poster material relating to these people?
> >>
> Mark,
> it is not FERNANDO RAY, it is "FERNANDO REY". He is very well known because
> his appearance in Bunnuel's films.
        It is not BUNNUEL, it is BUNUEL.
        Romy Schneider (1938-1982) was Austrian--born in Vienna.  She became
famous in the Fifties as the heroine of the Sissi series, about the
Austro-Hungarian royal family.  She gained international notoriety with
*Boccaccio 70* (1962), Visconti and *The Trial* (1962), Welles.
        Her filmography includes:
        *What's New Pussycat?* (1965)
        *La Piscine/The Swimming Pool* (1969)
        *L'Assassinat de Trotsky/The Assassination of Trotsky* (1972)
        *Ludwig* (1973), Visconti
        *L'Important c'Est d'Aimer/The Most Important Thing: Love* (1975)
        *Une Femme a Sa fenetre/A Woman at her Window* (1976)
        *Une Histoire Simple/A Simple Story* (1978)
        *Claire de Femme/Womanglow* (1979)
        *La Mort en Direct/Deathwatch* (1980)
        *Garde a Vue/Under Suspicion* (1981)
        *La Passante* (1982)
        I am sorry I don't have the directors for these.
        Gloria Monti
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