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Keyword View: heiress
Aacharming pastiche of superb Cole Porter songs woven together to tell a gossamer tale of life among the idle rich. The romantic roundelay is peopled by a carefree playboy (Burt Reynolds), a madcap heiress (Cybill Shepherd), a Broadway diva (Madeline Kahn), and an Italian gambler (Duilio Del Prete).
Fox Home Entertainment
Posted by: News Editor - June 3, 2013, 6:49 am - PR
The latest in the recent wave of Alfred Hitchcock films to hit Blu-ray, this one simply has to be seen for the pairing of Cary Grant and Grace Kelly alone.
Posted by: Chuck Aliaga - March 29, 2012, 5:08 pm - DVD Review
Keywords: jewel thief, heiress, romantic
Boasting More Than 90 Minutes of Bonus Material, Including a Discussion with Hitchcock's Descendants, a Look at How Censorship Shaped the Film, Expert Commentary and More. Cary Grant and Grace Kelly light up the screen in director Alfred Hitchcock's suspenseful and romantic thriller ...
Paramount Home Entertainment
Posted by: News Editor - January 1, 2012, 1:21 pm - PR
It's hard to imagine a picture that features a ton of George Gershwin music, Gene Kelly dancing and striking Technicolor photography being messed up, but the grossly-overrated 1951 Oscar-winner for Best Picture certainly does what it can to be appalling, grating and tedious all at once. Dragged down by a moronic plot, lack of chemistry between the leads, excruciating casting, and shockingly poor integration of the music into the story, it's unfathomable how this movie retains its reputation.
Posted by: Mark Zimmer - April 15, 2009, 2:37 pm - DVD Review
Keywords: mgm, musical, george gershwin, gene kelly, vincente minelli
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