El Greco (1966 film)
|Directed by||Luciano Salce|
|Produced by||Alfredo Bini|
|Written by||Guy Elmes|
Juan García Atienza
|Music by||Ennio Morricone|
|Edited by||Nino Baragli|
|Distributed by||20th Century Fox (France)|
- Mel Ferrer as El Greco (Domenico Teotocopulo)
- Rosanna Schiaffino as Jeronima de las Cuevas
- Adolfo Celi as Don Miguel de las Cuevas
- Mario Feliciani as Nino de Guevara
- Franco Giacobini as Francisco
- Renzo Giovampietro as Brother Felix
- Ángel Aranda as Don Luis
- Nino Crisman as Diego de Castillo
- Gabriella Giorgelli as Maria
- Giulio Donnini as Pignatelli
- Fernando Rey as Philip II
- Rafael Rivelles as Marquis of Villena
- John Karlsen as Prosecutor
- John Francis Lane as De Agueda
- Rossana Martini as Zaida
It was Mel Ferrer's first film as producer. According to Ferrer, the film cost $800,000 which he felt was modest considering the film was in color and was the first movie allowed to shoot at Toledo Cathedral.
According to Fox records, the film needed to earn $1,300,000 in rentals to break even and made $1,675,000, meaning it made a profit.
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- Silverman, Stephen M (1988). The Fox that got away : the last days of the Zanuck dynasty at Twentieth Century-Fox. L. Stuart. p. 325.
- El Greco at IMDb
- (4 November 1966). Cinema: The Brush-Off, Time Magazine. Retrieved 15 December 2011.
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