This movie starring F. Murray Abraham, Tom Hulce and Elizabeth Berridge was filmed at more than 7 locations. Among them Hradčanské nám. 68/7 (house) in Hlavní město Praha, Czechia. All filming locations of Amadeus from 1984 are listed below.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is a remarkably talented young Viennese composer who unwittingly finds a fierce rival in the disciplined and determined Antonio Salieri. Resenting Mozart for both his hedonistic lifestyle and his undeniable talent, the highly religious Salieri is gradually consumed by his jealousy and becomes obsessed with Mozart's downfall, leading to a devious scheme that has dire consequences for both men.
Drama, History, Music
United States of America
F. Murray Abraham (Antonio Salieri), Tom Hulce (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart), Elizabeth Berridge (Constanze Mozart), Roy Dotrice (Leopold Mozart), Simon Callow (Emanuel Schikaneder), Christine Ebersole (Katerina Cavalieri), Jeffrey Jones (Emperor Joseph II) more..., Barbara Bryne (Mrs. Weber), Cynthia Nixon (Lorl), Douglas Seale (Count Arco), Charles Kay (Count Orsini-Rosenberg), Kenny Baker (Parody Commendatore), Martin Cavina (Young Salieri), Roderick Cook (Count Von Strack), Milan Demjanenko (Karl Mozart), Peter DiGesu (Francesco Salieri), Patrick Hines (Kappelmeister Bonno), Nicholas Kepros (Archbishop Colloredo), Philip Lenkowsky (Salieri's Servant (uncredited)), Lisbeth Bartlett (Papagena (uncredited)), Richard Frank (Father Vogler (uncredited)), Herman Meckler (Priest (uncredited)), Jonathan Moore (Baron Van Swieten (uncredited)), Brian Pettifer (Hospital Attendant (uncredited)), Vincent Schiavelli (Salieri's Valet (uncredited)), John Strauss (Conductor (uncredited)), Karl-Heinz Teuber (Wig Salesman (uncredited)), Miro Grisa (Figaro in 'The Marriage of Figaro' (uncredited)), Karel Gult (Count Almaviva in 'The Marriage of Figaro' (uncredited)), Ladislav Krečmer (Antonio in 'The Marriage of Figaro' (uncredited)), Karel Fiala (Don Giovanni in 'Don Giovanni' (uncredited)), John Carrafa (Dancer (uncredited)), Hana Brejchová (Czechoslovakian Actor (uncredited)), Miriam Chytilová (Czechoslovakian Actor (uncredited)), Karel Effa (Czechoslovakian Actor (uncredited)), René Gabzdyl (Czechoslovakian Actor (uncredited)), Karel Hábl (Czechoslovakian Actor (uncredited)), Jiří Krytinář (Czechoslovakian Actor (uncredited)), Jan Kuželka (Czechoslovakian Actor (uncredited)), Jiří Lír (Czechoslovakian Actor (uncredited)) and others.
Peter Shaffer (Theatre Play), Peter Shaffer (Screenplay), Michael Hausman (Executive Producer), Bertil Ohlsson (Executive Producer), Saul Zaentz (Producer), Miroslav Ondříček (Director of Photography), Michael Chandler (Editor) more..., Nena Danevic (Editor), Theodor Pištěk (Costume Design), Phil Bray (Still Photographer), Jaromír Komárek (Still Photographer), Patrizia von Brandenstein (Production Design), Karel Černý (Art Direction), Anne Gyory (Script Supervisor), Todd Boekelheide (Sound Re-Recording Mixer), John Strauss (Music), Bobo Sobotka (Makeup Artist), Michael Hausman (Assistant Director), Thomas Baker (Motion Capture Artist), Maggie Cartier (Casting), Mary Goldberg (Casting), David Rubin (Casting Associate), Bonnie Timmermann (Casting), Paolo Fabbri (Location Manager), Ken Tuohy (Location Manager), Twyla Tharp (Choreographer), Dick Smith (Makeup Artist), Miroslav Hájek (Editorial Staff), Paul LeBlanc (Makeup Artist), Josef Svoboda (Set Designer),
AMLF, The Saul Zaentz Company
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A very young Mozart impresses his audience by playing blindfolded while his father is watching.
Mozart gives a concert for Emperor Josef II in the garden of the palace.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart marries his beloved Constanze.
Mozart first performs Don Giovanni for Emperor Josef II.
The few that accompany him say goodbye to Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart as the coach carries Mozart's remains away.
Salieri is looking for Mozart and sees him for the first time with his own eyes.