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Coppelia, as told by Margot Fonteyn
Margot Fonteyn (au); Steve Johnson (il); Lou Fancher (il). Prima ballerina Margot Fonteyn tells the story of the lighthearted ballet “Coppelia” with the effortless grace & sense of drama for which she was so well known. One fine morning the dollmaker Dr. Coppelius emerges from his workshop to admire his latest creation, Coppelia. There she sits in his window -- his masterpiece, so lifelike, so beautiful, no one would ever suspect she’s only a doll. Indeed, when Franz, a young man of the village, sees Coppelia, he is instantly captivated. But Swanilda, Franz’s fiancee, is not so easily fooled. She quickly devises a plan to teach both Franz & the dollmaker a lesson they won’t soon forget. “The story is brought to life with exceptional, vibrant, richly textured paintings.”
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