"The Phantom of the Opera" was originally written by Gaston Leroux in 1909. This category is for questions about "The Phantom of the Opera" movie.
"The Phantom of the Opera" was originally written by Gaston Leroux in 1909. This category is for questions about "The Phantom of the Opera" movie.
The setting of The Phantom of the Opera is mainly the opera house.
Gaston Leroux claims that Erik, the "Phantom of the Opera", was a real person. We are then introduced to Christine Daaé who with her father, a famous fiddler, travelled all over Europe playing folk and religious music. When Christine is six, her mother dies and her father is brought to rural France by a patron, Professor Valerius. During Christine's childhood, her father tells her many stories featuring an "Angel of Music", who is the personification… Read More
scenery and costumes
The West End production played its 10,000th performance on 23 October 2010.
three hours including intermissions
In Andrew Lloyd Webber--Phantom of the Opera both stage and film, the Phantom is singing. Yes, there is a scene in the Andrew Lloyd Webber's 2004 version of Phantom of the Opera has no singing. It is the scene that Maddame Giry tells her tale of the Phantom and his childhood. In that scene there is no talking ethier though. There are many parts scattered around the movie though, that have talking. You just have… Read More
the right side.
Beautiful Creatures which comes out in 2013, she plays the part of Ridley. Way Down South which comes out in 2013. Dragonball: Evolution which had come out in 2009. She plays the part of Bulma
Lon Chaney's Phantom of the Opera 1925 still haunts people about his realistic and horrifing makeup applied and invented by himself. It was noted for women back then fainting when his face was revealed. The stage play The Phantom of the Opera by Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber is doing excellent, over a million have seen it. He makes a Billion a year just from Broadway alone. The movie The Phantom of the Opera 2004 by… Read More
1.a. Something apparently seen, heard, or sensed, but having no physical reality; a ghost or an apparition. b. Something elusive or delusive. 2. An image that appears only in the mind; an illusion. 3. Something dreaded or despised. adj.1. Resembling, characteristic of, or being a phantom; illusive. 2. Fictitious; nonexistent: phantom employees on the payroll.
Well, you don't know when the Phantom will appear and what he will do to people, so that's the suspense.
To make certain his opera box is free for the Phantom to watch their stage play and to see, to hear Christine sings.
His Childhood Shapes His Obsession Because He Never Learned Right From Wrong, Erik (Phantom) Was Never Loved By His Mother And Was Captured By Gypsies. There He Was Beaten And Humiliated By Them. Meeting Christine Changed His Perspective In Life. He Saw That She Understood Him And That She Was A Kind And Warm-Hearted Child. His Obesession Grew Worse When The Victome Raoul De Changy Wanted To Take Her Away From Him. He Fought Back… Read More
He is supper sweet
If you mean the Phantom's name, it's Erik. If you mean the actors there are (including understudies).. Luis Armando (Madrid Eiji Akutagwa Garth Bardsley Gary Barker Brent Barett Steve Barton (London, NY Ron Bohmer (US Ian Jon Bourg (Hamburg Simon Bowman (London Keith Butterbaugh (US John Capes Christopher Carl Richard Carlsohn Bill Carmichael Earl Carpenter (UK Anthony Cirvello (US Ben Cramer Peter Cousens (UK Michael Crawford (UK, NY, LA John Cudia (US Thomas Cunningham Franc… Read More
It depends on which part of the plot you are referring to. Madame Giry warns everyone in the opera house not to anger the Phantom and abide by his wishes lest something terrible happen. Raoul tries to calm Christine and reason with her about what she has seen and heard from the Phantom, believing the opera ghost not to exist in the beginning, and later explaining to her that he is merely a man.
The dressing room mirror is two sided, so the Phantom, or Erik can see through it and talk through it.
Some reviews I've read state that he had literally just run off the stage of the Palladium in The Wizard of Oz to appear with the other Phantoms....
Alcina -was composed for Handel's first season at the Covent Garden Theatre, London. It is three hours.
The Phantom, or Erik likes Christine Daae because of her beautiful voice and her love for him as her teacher.
i think it is too sad and happy
Steve Barton who play Raoul who was the stand in for Michael Crawford's Phantom when he was in the hospital for a hernia operation this was in LA 1990.
in the 2004 movie they had him in one
The Opera Garnier, also known as Palais Garnier, was built from 1861 to 1875.
Nadir was Erik's friend from Persia.
On the original Broadway cast list, Michael Crawford starred as the phantom. However in the 2004 film, Gerard Butler played the phantom.
Jane Farrar did her own singing in 1943 Phantom of the opera. June Vincent did her own singing in 1944 The Climax.
Yes. Here is the current cast: 2012 Broadway The Phantom Hugh Panaro Christine Daae Trista Moldovan Raoul Kyle Barisich Carlotta Michele McConnell Madame Giry Marilyn Caskey Monsieur Andre Aaron Galligan-Stierle Monsieur Firmin Kevin Ligon Piangi Christian Sebek Christine (alternate performances)Marni Raab Meg Giry Heather McFadden The London Phantom of the Opera 25th Anniversary is available on DVD. The musical opened at Her Majesty's Theatre on 9 October 1986 with Michael Crawford and Sarah Brightman in… Read More
Lon Chaney... The Phantom Mary Philbin... Christine Norman Kerry... Vicomte Raoul de Chagny Arthur Edmund Carewe... Ledoux Gibson Gowland... Simon Buquet John St. Polis... Comte Philip de Chagny (as John Sainpolis) Snitz Edwards... Florine Papillon Mary Fabian... Carlotta (1929 re-edited version only) Virginia Pearson... Carlotta / Carlotta's Mother (1929 re-edited version)
Erik (the Phantom) has been deprived of love ever since he was a little boy. his parents never showed him love either. but Christine is the only one he has meet that showed kindness too him and affection even after seeing is disfigure face. (which is the reason why his parents never loved him.)
No actress playing Christine in Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber wore a wig whether it was done on stage and film. It was all her natural hair It was done by a professional. Sarah Brightman had a hairstylist to curl her hair with a curling iron...tiny heated curlers. Emmy Rossum had a hairstyles to curl her hair with big heated curlers to get the right bouncy hair. The actresses all wore these tight curls, pinned half… Read More
During the Victorian era, having one's hair styled by a hairdresser became popular. French hairstyles that were parted in the middle became trendy, while adorning one's head with flowers also gained stead. Austrian empress Elizabeth was the first to place flowers in her hair, and she soon started a widespread trend. "Barley curls" or "sugar curls" were long drop curls worn by children throughout the century. In the early 1840's, women took to wearing these… Read More
The climax of the story is when Christine removes the Phantom's mask in the Point of No Return. It's the climax for two reasons. It's the first time Christine fully realises that the Phantom is just a man - not an angel not a ghost. Up until that point she's still been sort of in his power. And the Phantom obviously being terrified of exposing his face has finally lost the power and security his… Read More
The Phantom stole from the musical theater in Paris is how he made the living. When he was away from the theater, he worked as circus freak, the Living Skeleton for Gypsies.
No, but there was a sequel called "Love Never Dies", but that was a musical, not a movie. They did make a DVD version of the Australian production.
It not the mannequin itself that frightens Christine, it is the wedding gown the mannequin is wearing. Christine is shocked, surprised, bewitched that the Phantom has asked her in his own unique way to marry him by using the mannequin that looks like her dressed in a wedding gown. The wedding gown is intended for her to wear at their wedding.
Gaston Leroux's Phantom of the Opera, the Phantom was born with an unknown deformity from birth, he looked like a skeleton, a corpse. 1925 Phantom of the Opera with Lon Chaney, his deformity was straight from the Gaston Leroux's Phantom of the Opera, his form was like a skeleton from his face to his feet. Lon Chaney did his own make-up. 1943 Phantom of the Opera with Claude Rains, he had acid throw on his… Read More
this is the 26th year
Phantom of the Opera 2004, Christine Daae died of old age, Christine's grave-mark said that at age 63 or 73. This character does not follow Love Never Dies the London Stage Play where she is shot in the abdomen by her best friend Meg Giry at the age 31.
Maria Bjornson, she had designed the original Andrew Lloyd Webber's Phantom of the Opera.
Most characters in historical fiction are quite mysterious. At least in their own way. ;) Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen--Mr. Darcy Persuasion by Jane Austen--Captain Wentworth is VERY mysterious. Lots of gents in Charles Dicken's works are quite myseterious.
The Phantom in the Book Gaston Leroux, he physically dies of a broke heart, he is rejected by Christine, who is love with Raoul. Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber's Phantom of the Opera, he does not die, but disappear from his lair.
Best Art Direction Nominated Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences 2004 Anthony Pratt Celia Bobak Best Original Song Nominated Hollywood Foreign Press Association 2004 Andrew Lloyd Webber Charles Hart Best Song Nominated Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences 2004 Andrew Lloyd Webber Charles Hart Best Cinematography Nominated Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences 2004 John Mathieson
Le Fantôme de l'Opéra (English: The Phantom of the Opera) was first published as a serialisation in Le Gaulois from September 23, 1909 to January 8, 1910.
If Raoul had never showed up, what would happened, my guest is Phantom may have realized it was wrong to keep Christine from the light of day. Phantom lives underground of the Paris Opera House and has no real home.
The book was written by Gaston Leroux in France. The musical itself originated in Britain where it first premiered. The movie I have no idea where it was made but i am assuming it was in Britain because most of the cast and Andrew Lloyd Webber are all British.
the director made the future black and white and the flash back are colored
Christine meet Raoul first, he was her childhood friend in Sweden.
Erik became "The Phantom" through an unfortunate combination of a childlike hatred of not having things go his way, and abilities far superior of those residing in the opera house. When people got in the way, they would mysteriously be murdered with the culprit never being caught. When the owners angered him, he destroyed their chandelier and scared off (as well as killing several of) their patrons. The list goes on and on. He is… Read More
No Raoul did not die in the book The Phantom of the Opera by Gaston Leroux. He married Christine. In the stage and movie of Andrew Lloyd Webber's The Phantom of the Opera, the phantom lets him go to be with Christine, demands them both to leave the Angel of Hell.
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I think you're talking about Steve Harley. They decided he wasnt the right choice and decided instead on Michael Crawford :p
Michael Crawford (not Ozzy Osbourne)
Phantom of the Opera the stage play is available at any city and state with its own unique cast. Sometimes a Broadway's Phantom of the Opera will travel to state to state, to give an unique performance. It is the same with London's Phantom of the Opera, they can travel to Regions of the UK to varieties of cities, towns.
Christine Daaé is the main female character in Gaston Leroux's novel The Phantom of the Opera (1911), the young singer with whom the main character Erik, the Phantom of the Opera falls in love. Christine Daaé is born just outside the Swedish town of Uppsala on the 27th october. Her mother dies when Christine is six years old, and she is brought up by her father, traveling to fairs where he plays the violin and… Read More
Michael Crawford, he played the Phantom of the Opera on Broadway in 1988.
Lon Chaney in the 1925 Phantom of the Opera.
He disappears, but in the sequel to the broadway show, Love Never Dies, the Phantom shares a night with Christine resulting in their child Gustave and then goes to Coney Island in New York with the Giry's.
Norman Kerry played in the silent movie 1925. Steve Barton the Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber London and Broadway original cast 1986 and 1988. Patrick Wilson the movie 2004.
Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber wishes Michael Crawford would reprise his role as the Phantom. At this moment in time Michael is enjoying a break from playing the Wizard of Oz at his home in New Zealand.
Her surname was Christine Daae in the movie and broadway show, and after she was married her name was changed to Christine DeChagny
Lon Chaney's Phantom of the Opera 1925. He was the first actor to play the Phantom in the United States. Claude Rains's Phantom of the Opera 1943. This was first to be in color and with sound. Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber's Phantom of the Opera 2004.
You have to watch the Phantom of the Opera 1925 with Lon Chaney. It is available at any library DVD.
At the credits at the end:)
This may surprise you, it was all done alive. NO LIP-SYNCING was done by anyone.
Depends on how fast you can type.
Yes accordingly to Love Never Dies.
In Gaston Leroux's Phantom of the Opera, Erik was born in Rouen ,France . He runs away as a boy from his family because they were a shamed of his deformity, he lives with Gypsies. These Gypsies could be from Romanian or Hungary or Russian or Greece or Turkey. Because of his beautiful singing voice he had sung with the Gypsies, the Shah of Persia hires him to sing at his palace which is modern… Read More
The actor who played Raoul, Christine's love interest in the movie. Her childhood sweetheart, basically.
Probably June 2012
Gerard Butler-by music critics from various musical magazines did not like him. They thought he could not sing a single note as his co-stars. Some teenagers and college age women think he can sing wonderfully. As for the best voice goes depends on the viewers musical preference. Hugh Panaro is currently on Broadway, he has wonderful musical reviews from critics and the audience. Ramin Karimloo- He played both the Phantom of the Opera and the… Read More
The Sorcerer is a comic opera that was took place in London on December 25th, 1877.
I'm taking that by this question you meant: "Why does the Phantom of the Opera declare war on the management?" In Andrew Lloyd Webber's "The Phantom of the Opera", the Phantom didn't declare war on the managers. The only time he says a line of this sort is at the end of the scene Wandering Child. The line is, "So be it. Now let it be war upon you both!" Referring to Raoul and Christine… Read More
Simon Callow in the movie
Earl Ciel Phantomhive- born on December 14, 1875 is the business-savvy, egotistical 12-year-old (13-year-old as of chapter 14) and the head of the English Phantomhive noble family after the deaths of his parents, Lord Vincent Phantomhive and Lady Rachel Phantomhive. He runs the Funtom Company, which manufactures toys and sweets, with the later addition of a food branch after winning a Royal Warrant. His right eye, which is usually covered with a black eye patch… Read More
It was most likely Michael Crawford, unless he was sick and there was an understudy
The Phantom of the Opera is a 1990 NBC two-part drama television miniseries directed by Tony Richardson and stars Charles Dance in the title role. It is adapted from Arthur Kopit's book for his then-unproduced stage musical Phantom, which is based loosely on Gaston Leroux's novel. The Phantom of the Opera (Charles Dance), Christine Daae: Teri Polo, Phillipe Comte de Chagny: Adam Storke, Carlotta: Andréa Ferréol. The miniseries won two Emmy Awards out of five… Read More
The author of the original book, Gaston Leroux, has said that the Phantom of the Opera was a true story. But if it was, it probably wasn't a dramatic love triangle such as the movie/musical
Gerard butler plays the phantom in the 2004 film. Ramin Karimloo in the 2011 25th anniversary celebration.
In the New York 25th anniversary they were (from Left to Right) John Owen Jones, Hugh Panaro, Ramin Karimloo and Peter Joback. In the London 25th anniversary they were (from Left to Right) Anthony Warlow, John Owen Jones, Ramin Karimloo, Colm Wilkinson, and Peter Joback. (As a side note, in the NY 25th the phantom was Hugh Panaro, and in the London 25th the phantom was Ramin Karimloo)
The Thomas Jefferson Building of the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. is modelled after the Palais Garnier, most notably the facade and Great Hall. The Lviv Theatre of Opera and Ballet in Lviv, built between 1897 and 1900, and also the Warsaw Philharmony edifice in Warsaw, built between 1900 and 1901. Several buildings in Poland were based on the design of the Palais Garnier. these include the Juliusz Słowacki Theatre in Kraków, built during… Read More
January 1988 to the present.
Not really, but there are lots of ballet sequences involved in it; therefore I suppose it's close to one! xxx
La Carlotta played by Minnie Driver.
in other word for phantom is spector
The Phantom of the Opera by Gaston Leroux, his Phantom is dying of an unusual illness and a broken heart. He wants to be loved yet he is cruel to Christine by threatening the life of her boyfriend Raoul. Before this, she was torn between the two men the Phantom and Raoul: One could offer her luxury and other could offer her music, she loved them both for different reasons, did not want to lose… Read More
Raoul)) (Vicomte de Chagny)
Christine's father gave her the nickname 'sweet cheeks'. Quite a lovely name, eh?
It doesn't say, so we assume she died from natural causes
yes, it does have the significance when gerard butler was almost caught by the policemen he cut the rope and he brought emmy rossum with the chandelier was broken into pieces.
In the movie, she rescued the child Phantom from the gypsy fair where he was forced to perform for money. He had killed his captor, so she needed to hide him. She lived in the dorms of the Opera House, so she hid him in the bowels of the building. She believes he's known nothing else of life since then and knows that somehow he'd become a multi-talented genius, so apparently they'd shared some sort… Read More
1905 written by Gaston Leroux
The Soundkeeper's name is The Sound Keeper
The opera Salome is 100 minutes long
Lot 664, a wooden pistol and three human skulls, sells for 15 francs in the 2004 Movie