Three Coins in the Fountain ()

directed by Jean Negulesco
featuring Clifton Webb, Dorothy McGuire, Jean Peters, Louis Jourdan, Maggie McNamara

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Adapted by playwright John Patrick from a novel by famed globetrotter/filmmaker John H. Secondari, Three Coins in the Fountain offers the splendors of Rome in Technicolor, CinemaScope and Stereophonic Sounds. For all its lovely picture-postcard images, the film is at base a reworking of 20th Century-Fox' favorite plotline: three pretty girls on the prowl for husbands. The three lovelies, who toss their coins in the Trevi fountain and wish for romance, include Dorothy McGuire, Jean Peters and Maggie McNamara. Before the film ...

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Rebecca A

May 28, 2016

My review of "Three Coins In The Fountain"

A classic movie, and set in Rome, what could be better! Two women share an apartment, one works for a writer who prefers to live in Rome, the other works for a United States department as a secretary, who is about to leave to go home to the U.S. to be "married". The third woman is the secretary's replacement. The misadventures the three women go through with each other, and the men they meet and come to know make for a great comedy of errors. A cute, funny and charming movie from a time in out past when life and love seemed easier to get and keep.

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