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Romulus and the Sabines

  (Redirected from Il ratto delle sabine)

Il ratto delle sabine (English: The Rape of the Sabine) is an Italian adventure comedy film from 1961, directed by Richard Pottier, written by Edoardo Anton, starring Roger Moore and Jean Marais. The scenario was based on a novel of André Castelot.[1] The film was also known under the title "L'Enlèvement des Sabines" (France), "Il ratto delle sabine" (Italy), "Les femmes de Sabine" (Canada, French title), "Der Raub der Sabinerinnen " (West Germany), "El rapto de las sabinas" (Spain), "Romulus and the Sabines" (USA), "O Rapto das Sabinas" (Portugal).

Romulus and the Sabines
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Directed by Richard Pottier
Produced by Films Matignon
Written by Edoardo Anton
Starring Roger Moore
Mylène Demongeot
Jean Marais
Music by Carlo Rustichelli
Release date
15 November 1961 (Italy); 15 December 1961 (France)
Running time
98 minutes
Country Italy, France, Yugoslavia
Language Italian

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  1. ^ Il Ratto delle sabine (1961) at the Films de France[dead link]

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