A Tale of Five Cities

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A Tale of Five Cities
A Tale of Five Cities FilmPoster.jpeg
A poster bearing the film's US title: A Tale of Five Women
Directed by Romolo Marcellini
Emil E. Reinert
Wolfgang Staudte
Montgomery Tully
Géza von Cziffra
Irma von Cube
Produced by Ermanno Donati
Boris Morros
Alexander Paal
Paul Pantaleen
Maurice J. Wilson
Written by Maurice J. Wilson
Jacques Companéez
Patrick Kirwan
Richard Llewellyn
Alexander Paal
Piero Tellini
Günther Weisenborn
Starring Bonar Colleano
Music by Hans May
Edited by Maurice Rootes
Release date
  • 1 March 1951 (1951-03-01)
Running time
86 minutes
Country United Kingdom
Italy
Language English
Italian

A Tale of Five Cities (Italian: Passaporto per l'oriente and released as A Tale of Five Women in the US) is a 1951 British-Italian international co-production drama film directed by Romolo Marcellini and five other directors.[1] The five cities cited in the title are: Rome, Paris, Berlin, London, and Vienna.

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  1. ^ "NY Times: A Tale of Five Cities". NY Times.com. Retrieved 14 March 2009. 

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