People, Sep. 8, 1975

"For me, the damage is incalculable," said Director Federico Fellini, after learning that color negatives from his current film had disappeared from Technicolor's vaults near Rome. The negatives, from which final prints of the movie had not yet been made, represented Fellini's first three weeks of shooting on Casanova, with Donald Sutherland and Margaret Clementi in leading roles. "There are sets that have been dismantled to make room for other ones, actors who have finished their work and left for heaven knows where," lamented the director. While police began an investigation, Italian reporters...

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