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Thanks, Matt and Jessica.  I think this is the one.

O was one of the two versions of Othello I saw this past weekend, the other being the 1922 Emil Jannings film that's on the second disc.

Scott


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From: "Sewell, Matthew" <[log in to unmask]>
Date:  Mon, 31 Oct 2005 12:37:38 -0600

>Scott,
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>Are you thinking of George Cukor's A Double Life (1947)? By the way, the 1921 silent film Carnival, remade with sound in 1931, has a related plot.
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>Matt
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>Not long ago, I was reading or hearing about a movie from the '50s or '60s about an actor playing Othello got so wrapped up in the part that he actually kills his Desdemona on stage.  Having recently watched two film versions of Othello, I was reminded that I want to see this film, but I cannot recall the title.
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