Casanova

[song] "Casanova" was the Norwegian entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1977, performed in Norwegian by Anita Skorgan. The song is an up-tempo number, with Skorgan describing her husband, who is absent at the time. She is uncomplimentary about this, singing that he sees himself as a Casanova or a Don Juan figure, and this irritates her. In
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Casanova

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Casanova

[comics] Casanova is an American creator-owned comic book series by writer Matt Fraction and artists Gabriel Bá and Fábio Moon. It was first published by Image Comics and premiered in June 2006 in the Slimline format of 16 pages of story per issue, sold at the reduced price of $1.99. Beginning in 2011, it is published by Marvel Comics` Ic
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Casanova

[album] Casanova is The Divine Comedy`s fourth album. It was the band`s commercial breakthrough. It was released on Setanta and certified gold in the UK in July 1997. This was helped by the release of The Divine Comedy`s first single "Something for the Weekend" which reached number 13 on the charts. The two other singles released from the a
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Casanova

[2005 film] ==Plot== The film opens with a young woman tearfully leaving her son (Eugene Simon) to live with his grandmother. She promises to come back for her boy. Several years later, in 1753, in Venice, Casanova (Heath Ledger), is notorious for his success and promiscuity with women, his adventures being represented in puppet theatres ar
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Casanova

[2005 TV serial] Casanova is a 2005 British television comedy drama serial, written by television scriptwriter Russell T Davies and directed by Sheree Folkson. Produced by Red Production Company for BBC Wales in association with Granada Television, the 3-episode series was first screened on digital television station BBC Three from 13 March
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Casanova

[1971 TV serial] Casanova is a British television drama serial, written by television playwright Dennis Potter. Directed by Mark Cullingham and John Glenister, the serial was made by the BBC and screened on the BBC2 network in November and December 1971. It is loosely based on Italian adventurer Giacomo Casanova`s Histoire de ma vie (Story
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Casanova

[n] - an Italian adventurer who wrote vivid accounts of his sexual encounters (1725-1798) 2. [n] - any man noted for his amorous adventures
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Casanova

Giovanni Jacopo Casanova noun an Italian adventurer who wrote vivid accounts of his sexual encounters (1725-1798)
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(from the article `Italian literature`) ...in the Veneto imitate their infants` first attempts to speak. He first experimented in this direction when he was invited by Federico Fellini to ... Many of Fellini`s later films were less successful commercially and encountered critical resistance. The sumptuous Casanova (1976), praised by som...
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Casanova

(from the article `Performing Arts`) Costume films were few, the most notable being Martin Campbell`s The Legend of Zorro, a sequel to 1998`s The Mask of Zorro, with Antonio Banderas in ...
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Casanova

[disambiguation] Casanova often refers to Giacomo Casanova, an 18th-century Italian adventurer now best known for his legendary womanizing. It may also refer to: ==People== ==Media and performance arts== ==Music== ==Places== ...
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Casanova

Giovanni Giacomo de Seingalt Casanova was a Venetian adventurer. He was born in 1725 and died in 1798. He travelled Europe's capitals frequenting the most aristocratic society and living a generally rakish life. He is known by his Memoirs as an adventurer who acted a prominent part in all situations, amongst all classes of society, and in all the l
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Casanova

Casanova is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Casanova

A vampire who seduces mortals to feed from them,but does not kill them.
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Casanova

[Luv` song] "Casanova" is the sixth single by Dutch girl group Luv`, released in the spring of 1979 by Philips Records. This song appears on the formation`s second album, Lots Of Luv`, and was a Top 10 single in a large part of Continental Europe, maintaining Luv`s position as the best Dutch export act of 1979. ==Background== After the succ
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Casanova

[1918 film] Casanova is a 1918 Hungarian film directed by Alfréd Deésy and featuring Béla Lugosi. ...
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Casanova

[Gisela song] It was written by Jordi Cubino, famous in the 1980s as one of Spain`s top singers David Lyme. It competed in the first semi-final on May 20, 2008. As bookies predicted, it failed to get through to the final, placing 16th of 19 entries with 22 points. Although it failed to make it to the final, it still managed success on the m
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Casanova

[LeVert song] "Casanova" is a 1987 single by LeVert. The song reached number five on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart and number nine on the UK Singles Chart, their only top ten on either chart. The single also peaked at number one on the Billboard Hot Black Singles chart for two weeks, becoming Levert`s second number one on the chart. I
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Casanova

[novel] Casanova is the second novel by English author, Andrew Miller, released on 3 September 1998 through Sceptre. The novel was relatively well received by reviewers and was shortlisted for an Encore Award in 1999. ==Plot== Set in 1763, this novel centres round the historical figure of Giacomo Casanova and loosely follows his autobiograp
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