The Damned Italy Germany Director Luchino Visconti

Production: Pegaso Film-Italnolggio (Italy), Eichberg Film-Praesidens (West Germany); Eastmancolor, 35mm; running time: 164 minutes, English version: 155 minutes. Released December 1969.

Producers: Alfredo Levy and Ever Haggiag; executive producer: Pietro Notarianni; screenplay: Nicola Badalucco, Enrico Medio li and Luchino Visconti; photography: Armando Nannuzzi and Pasquale De Santis; editor: Ruggero Mastroianni; sound mixer: Renato Cadueri; recording director: Vittorio Trentino; art director: Pasquale Romano; set designer: Enzo Del Prato; music: Maurice Jarre; special effects: Aldo Gasparri; costume designers: Piero Tosi and Vera Marzot.

Cast: Dirk Bogarde (FriedrichBruckmann); Ingrid Thulin (Baroness Sophie von Essenbeck); Helmut Griem (Aschenbach); Helmut Berger (Martin von Essenbeck); Charlotte Rampling (Elisabeth Thallman); Florinda Bolkan (Olga); Reinhard Kolldehoff (Baron Konstantin von Essenbeck); Umberto Orsini (Herbert Thallman); Albrecht Schönhals (Baron Joachim von Essenbeck); Renaud Verley (Guenther von Essenbeck); Nora Rici (Governess); Irina Wanka (Lisa Keller); Valentina Ricci (Thilde Thallman); Karin Mittendorf (Erika Thallman); Peter Dane (Steelworks employee); Wolfgang Hillinger (Yanek); Bill Vanders (Commissar); Howard Nelson Rubien (Rector); Werner Hasselmann (Gestapo official); Mark Salvage (Police inspector); Karl Otto Alberty, John Frederick, Richard Beach (Army officers); Claus Höhne, Ernst Kühr (SA officers); Wolfgang Ehrlich (SA soldier); Esterina Carloni and Antonietta Fiorita (Chmbermaids); Jessica Dublin (Nurse).

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