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Montparnasse revisited

Between 1890 and World War II, Montparnasse cafes and studios overflowed with energy and creativity. Achieving universal fame as the place to break with tradition, the trendy Parisian district drew artists, writers, and musicians from around the world. This ten part series captures the vitality of those halcyon days through archival footage, magnificent color coverage of the era's art, and irreplaceable 1960's interviews with the Montparnasse masters and their friends, models, and lovers.

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  • "Between 1890 and World War II, Montparnasse cafes and studios overflowed with energy and creativity. Achieving universal fame as the place to break with tradition, the trendy Parisian district drew artists, writers and musicians from around the world. This series captures the vitality of those halcyon days through archival footage, magnificent color coverage of the era's art, and irreplaceable 1960's interviews with the Montparnasse masters and their friends, models, and lovers."
  • "Between 1890 and World War II, Montparnasse cafes and studios overflowed with energy and creativity. Achieving universal fame as the place to break with tradition, the trendy Parisian district drew artists, writers, and musicians from around the world. This ten part series captures the vitality of those halcyon days through archival footage, magnificent color coverage of the era's art, and irreplaceable 1960's interviews with the Montparnasse masters and their friends, models, and lovers."@en
  • "Between 1890 and World War II, Montparnasse cafes and studios overflowed with energy and creativity. Achieving universal fame as the place to break with tradition, the trendy Parisian district drew artists, writers, and musicians from around the world. This ten part series captures the vitality of those halcyon days through archival footage, magnificent color coverage of the era's art, and irreplaceable 1960's interviews with the Montparnasse masters and their friends, models, and lovers."

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  • "Documentary television programs"@en

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  • "Montparnasse revisited"
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