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Raymond Friel Jun 15
Zefferelli’s Jesus of Nazareth was a breakthrough in many ways and always worth a look but left generations of pupils with a memory of Jesus as a well-spoken blue-eyed Englishman, not a first century Jewish builder who astonished and amazed his contemporaries.
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Ronnie Convery Jun 15
Powerful image from the home of Franco who has died. A great artist. A great man of faith in his own Florentine way.
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Reged Ahmad Jun 15
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Tamilya Tikhay Jun 15
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Ubuntu Creative Jun 15
RIP , your imaginative eye brought the greatest stories to life on the big screen. The theatre found its majesty under your spell and you inspired little children, like we once were, to dream of storytelling. You live in the ‘pellicole’ you left behind. Thank you.
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Timez Doctor Jun 27
Italian director Franco Zeffirelli dies at age 96 | The Japan Times... #96 #|
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Ruptly Jun 17
Hundreds mourn director at funeral in Florence Cathedral
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Andrew Newman Jun 15
Working on my book this morning, I wondered, who was the actor in 's Romero and Juliet (1968)? So I googled, and came across the director's obit in today's paper.
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Helena Dix Jun 15
RIP Maestro . A man whose passion and understanding of our art form created some of the most elegant productions I've seen on the stage. Thank you for all you gave us.
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ferrAgnes ® Jun 16
Pure beauty 🎶🎵🎶🎵🎶 Grazie
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James William ஜ Jun 24
in 's 1968 film "Juliet when we made love you used to cry You said I love you like the stars above I'll love you till I die There's a place for us you know the movie song When you gonna realize it was just that the time was wrong, Juliet?"
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AViewfromtheStalls Jun 16
RIP Franco Zeffirelli, one of the greatest directors/stage directors of the 20th century. directed Maggie on stage, in "Much Ado about Nothing" at the Old Vic, in the mid-sixties, and starred in one his last movies, "A Tea with Mussolini", in 1999.
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Keep Talking Greece Jun 15
Great Italian director Franco passes away at 96.
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Miriam O'Callaghan Jun 22
Remembering of childhood. Looking forward to the 'Fochi' di San Giovanni tomorrow night. This year in memory of
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Trish Regan Jun 15
Zeffirelli’s Traviata will ALWAYS be the gold standard in my book. It was the first opera I saw at the ⁦⁩ — the first of many productions. Amazing artist. He understood music, theater, & art. He made them, TOGETHER, magnificent.
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Charlotte in Londonland Jun 15
Zeffirelli was a genius. There is no one to substitute him now at his level. Pure poetry for the eyes, ears and soul. My personal favourites are the “Taming of the Shrew” and “Fratello Sole, Sorella Luna”. He was the incarnation of the Italy I love.
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Saffron Vickers Walkling Jun 15
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Cecilia Sandroni italienspr & Il Deutsch Italia Jun 18
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laura palladino Jun 21
Che brivido
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AniS Jun 15
Franco Zeffirelli, Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton on the set of "The Taming of the Shrew" - film director by , 1967 R.I.P.
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