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Carnival in Flanders

Carnival in Flanders(1935)

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  • A rare treat

    • Jim Henderson
    • 5/30/14

    Carnival in Flanders was as enjoyable as anything I've watched in some time. Quirky, somewhat unpredictable lighthearted and genuinely fun. Honestly, I have never seen anything quite like it. Worth watching merely for the costuming and an insight into the absurdity of which the human race is capable. This one needs to be in the regular film rotation on TCMGator Jim Henderson

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    • Spotted Owl
    • 9/10/12

    If you cannot see the "Vote now" button, click on "More Reviews" at the bottom of the page. A new TCM page will appear, where you can vote for the DVD. This is a historic period film and a comedy. Set in 1616, the women of a Flemish town try to protect their city from Spanish invaders, by using their feminine charm, and giving the invaders a fancy banquet. The costumes and sets were inspired by the art of various Flemish Renaissance painters.

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    • Mark Sutch
    • 4/13/11

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