Warners fencing Gilliam to direct 'Scaramouche'

Kit, Zorianna
August 2002
Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;8/6/2002, Vol. 374 Issue 31, p3
Reports on the adaptation of Rafael Sabatini's literary classic 'Scaramouche' by Warner Bros. Pictures. Depiction of French Revolution in the film; Description of previous adaptation of the book into films.


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