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Lisztomania (film) Quotes

Lisztomania (film) is a television show that first aired in 1970 . Lisztomania stopped airing in 1970.

It features Roy Baird as producer, Rick Wakeman in charge of musical score, and Peter Suschitzky as head of cinematography.

Lisztomania (film) is recorded in English and originally aired in United Kingdom. Each episode of Lisztomania (film) is 103 min. long. Lisztomania (film) is distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures.

The cast includes: Veronica Quilligan as Cosima, Roger Daltrey as Liszt, Paul Nicholas as Richard Wagner, and Andrew Faulds as Strauss.

Lisztomania (film) Quotes

Paul Nicholas as Richard Wagner

  • (Paul Nicholas) "You are Robert Schumann?"
  • (Andrew Faulds) "No no no. That's Schumann. I am Strauss."
  • (Paul Nicholas) "Not Johann Strauss?"
  • (Andrew Faulds) "No. Levi Strauss."
  • (Paul Nicholas) "So you're the jid who only makes music on a cash register?"
  • (Unnamed) "Music, shmusic, it's a living, dear boy."
  • (Paul Nicholas) "Is it true that when Liszt was a kid he played Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata at a concert and the composer himself jumped up and kissed him?"
  • (Unnamed) "Certainly Beethoven kissed the boy. By that time he was as deaf as a post."
  • (Paul Nicholas) "The trouble with your friends, Liszt, is they're all bourgeois pigs."
  • (Roger Daltrey) "Oh, pigs if you please. But aristocratic pigs, not bourgeois."

Roger Daltrey as Liszt

  • (Roger Daltrey) "I know it sounds improbable, Your Holiness, but I --"
  • (Unnamed) "But truth is stranger than fiction? We've kept going for two thousand years on that one."
  • (Roger Daltrey) "Piss off, Brahms."
  • (Unnamed) "You and the Tsar are just different sides of the same coin: false gods worshiped in different ways. Dress the Tsar as a peasant and you have a peasant."
  • (Unnamed) "Stop skulking behind that screen."
  • (Unnamed) "Dress Liszt in a crinoline and what do you have? The same thing: a sham. Rather than walk naked through the world, he chooses to play the imposter. What do you say?"
  • (Roger Daltrey) "Bollocks."
  • (Unnamed) ""Bollocks"? I don't speak Hungarian."

Veronica Quilligan as Cosima

  • (Veronica Quilligan) "I've polished your sword. What do you want it for, to kill the critics?"
  • (Roger Daltrey) "Time kills critics, my dear."

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