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And the Ship Sails on

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This evocative look at a 1914 ocean voyage to scatter the ashes of a world-famous opera singer (Janet Suzman) is by turns charming, funny, and bizarre. Among the ship's passengers are aristocrats, politicians, singers, and a rhinoceros. Read More
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Ildebranda Cuffari
Fuciletto
Sir Reginald
Teresa Valegnani
Orchestra conductor
Grand Duke of Harzock
Princess Lheremia
Count of Bassano
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