Green Dolphin Street (1947) was a Adventure - Romance Film directed by Victor Saville and produced by Carey Wilson.
Academy Awards 1947 --- Ceremony Number 20 (source: AMPAS)
|Best Cinematography||George Folsey||Nominated|
|Best Film Editing||George White||Nominated|
On Blu-ray: Costume Dramas Green Dolphin Street (1947) and The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex (1939)By KC on Nov 30, -0001 From Classic Movies
This pair of dramas newly on Blu-ray from Warner Archive features two vastly different, but equally wrenching explorations of the complications of love. In both cases the turmoil is set in grand locations with actors in lavish costumes. Green Dolphin Street (1947) Based on the novel by Anya Seton, ... Read full article
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William Ozanne: I didn't lie. Listen to me, Marianne. I love you.
Marianne Patourel: Listen to more lies! You never loved me! You loved *her*. But you sent for me. Why?
William Ozanne: It wasn't a lie. It was o -
Marianne Patourel: Why did you send for me?
William Ozanne: I'll tell you, Marianne. Now I must tell you. I never wanted you to know. I never thought you would ever find out. But now...
Marianne Patourel: What did you never want me to find out?
William Ozanne: That I accidentally wrote your name instead of Marguerite's in the letter to your father.
Marianne Patourel: [She looks crushed] You accidentally wrote my name? Our whole marriage has been a... slip of the pen?
William Ozanne: Marianne...
Marianne Patourel: Does Marguerite know of-of your slip of the pen?
William Ozanne: No. Absolutely not. I never even so much as hinted anything. Oh, please. Believe me, Marianne. I never told a living soul. Well, that's not quite true. I told Tai Haruru.
[She looks moritfied]
William Ozanne: I had to tell him.
Marianne Patourel: Tai Haruru knew? He knew that you hated me. I thought I reached the lowest depths of degradation. But I didn't expect this. So, Tai knew. Course he knew. Now I understand everything. Why you never would've married me if he hadn't forced you into it. Would you, William?
[He turns away guiltily]
Marianne Patourel: Oh, William. William don't ever speak to me again!
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Lana Turner and Van Heflin reprised their roles in a Lux Radio Theatre broadcast on September 19, 1949.
The film's main music theme by Bronislau Kaper was published as a song, "Green Dolphin Street" (also known as "On Green Dolphin Street") with lyrics by Ned Washington. It was soon adopted by jazz musicians, with recordings by Ella Fitzgerald, Miles Davis, Bill Evans and others.
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