Cinema: The New Pictures: Dec. 31, 1934

Don Quixote (Nelson Film, Ltd., Vandor Film). The wild mountain land above the French Riviera and Paris and London studios more than two years ago began to spawn rumors about this picture. French Novelist Paul Morand had written its scenario from the Cervantes classic. The producers had thrown out the musical jello which Composer Jules Massenet provided in his opera Don Quichotte, had commissioned new tunes from Jacques Ibert, able pupil of Maurice Ravel. George Wilhelm Pabst, exiled German Jew famed for his Kameradschaft, The Beggar's Opera and White Hell of Pitz...

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