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Around the World in Eighty Days movie Presentation

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Around the World in Eighty Days Around the World in 80 Days is a classic adventure novel by the French writer Jules Verne, first published in 1873 Filming took place in late 1955, from August 9 to December 20.[The crew worked fast (75 actual days of filming), producing 680,000 feet (210,000 m) of film, which was edited down to 25,734 feet (7,844 m) of finished film. The picture cost just under $6 million to make,[ employing 112 locations in 13 countries and 140 sets. The Cast and the crew visited every country portrayed in the picture including... Many of the balloon scenes with Niven and Cantinflas were filmed using a 160-foot (49 m) crane. Even that height bothered Niven, who was afraid of heights. Tom Burges, who was shorter than Niven, was used as a stand-in for scenes where the balloon is seen from a distance. Many of the lots used in the film are now on the land occupied by Century City, an office complex in the L.A. area. Best Picture - Michael Todd, producer
Best Cinematography, Color - Lionel Lindon
Best Film Editing - Gene Ruggiero and Paul WeatherwaxWon:
Best Music, Scoring of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture - Victor Young
Best Screenplay, Adapted - John Farrow, S. J. Perelman, and James PoeNominee:
Best Art Direction-Set Decoration, Color - Ken Adam, Ross Dowd, and James W. SullivanNominee: Best Costume Design, Color - Miles WhiteNominee: Best Director - Michael Anderson Directed byMichael Anderson
Produced byMichael ToddKevin McCloryWilliam Cameron Menzies
Written byJames PoeJohn FarrowS. J. Perelman
Starring David Niven Cantinflas Robert Newton Shirley MacLaine
Music byVictor Young
CinematographyLionel LindonEditing byHoward EpsteinGene RuggieroPaul Weatherwax
Release date(s)October 17, 1956
Running time183 minutes
Budget$6 million
Box office$42,000,000
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