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11-01-02, 07:50 PM (GMT)
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"Some video links (Realplayer)"
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This link is not time sensitive and I wish I had discovered it when Don Quixote was running at the Opera House. It is to a page about Nureyev's film version of Don Q for the Australian Ballet. There are links to short but interesting short essays about the filming (Nureyev starred and directed) and a Realplayer clip of Nureyev as Basilio and Lucette Aldous as Kitri in the pdd from the final act.

Elsewhere on the PBS site there is a Realplayer clip from the Royal Ballet's Nutcracker

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11-01-02, 10:34 PM (GMT)
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1. "RE: Some video links (Realplayer)"
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   The film version of Don Quixote referred to here is available on a fantastic DVD from www.kulturvideo.com, although you will require a multi-region player to play it.


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