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Kismet is a 1967 American TV film. It is an adaptation of the musical Kismet.




It was produced by Norman Rosemont who had produced versions of Carousel and Brigadoon for TV. He cast Ferrer after seeing the latter on stage in Man of La Mancha.[1]


The Christian Science Monitor called it "solid cotton candy."[2]


  1. ^ Baubles, bangles and top cast in 'Kismet' Humphrey, Hal. Los Angeles Times 22 Oct 1967: r2.
  2. ^ Scorecards needed for a 'Very Special Week': 'Johnny Belinda' Bangles and beads An hour with Mrs. Ponti By Louise Sweeney. The Christian Science Monitor 28 Oct 1967: 14.

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