See Venice and die' is an old adage. See 'Nero' at the Coronet and sigh – for the chance of seeing again. 'Nero' is a spectacle that cannot be forgotten. Film synopsis included. The photographing was done in Italy, with the actual localities of the story as the scenes. Copies of actual costumes were used. 26 cameras were used, so great was the number of persons employed that the Italian Government loaned a squadron of cavalry to keep order.
Nero': Classical Fox Film at the Coronet
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