Titanic Waltz

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Titanic Waltz
Directed by Paul Călinescu
Written byPaul Călinescu
Tudor Mușatescu (play)
Cinematography Stefan Horvath
Edited by Eugenia Gorovei
Music by Kity Gheorghiu Mușatescu  [ ro ]
Paul Urmuzescu  [ ro ]
Studioul Cinematografic București
Release date
Running time
92 minutes

Titanic Waltz (Romanian: Titanic vals) is a 1964 Romanian comedy film directed by Paul Călinescu and starring Grigore Vasiliu-Birlic, Silvia Fulda  [ ro ], and Kity Gheorghiu Mușatescu  [ ro ]. [1] It was based on a play of the same name by Tudor Mușatescu.


The film's sets were designed by Stefan Norris.

Partial cast

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  1. Iordanova p.25