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Hollywood in Deblatschka Pescara

West Germany, 1965 (MIFF 1966, Programme 2, 9)

Director: Ulrich Schamoni

A sardonic account of the fifty-third day's shooting of the epic Genghis Khan on location in Yugoslavia, revealing the bizarre behind the spectacular.

First Prize and Special Award, Oberhausen Festival.

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