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The Loves of Carmen (1948) was a Drama - Romance Film directed by Charles Vidor and produced by Rita Hayworth and Charles Vidor.

Academy Awards 1948 --- Ceremony Number 21 (source: AMPAS)

Best CinematographyWilliam SnyderNominated

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Dancaire: [to José] You don't like us, do you? We fill you with disgust. We're the symbol of your degradation.

Old Crone: [Reading Carmen's fortune] One love. One love emerges from all the rest. And makes the others nothing.
Carmen García: You're talking nonsense, old witch. There is no such thing as one love to Carmen.

Don José Lizarabengoa: [begging for her love on his knees] I lost everything. I gave it all up for you! But I don't mind. I'm not sorry - only please, please don't leave me!
Carmen García: [with complete contempt] Like a worm - cut him in half and he still crawls!

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Rita Hayworth's middle name is Carmen.
Rita Hayworth's father, Eduardo Cansino, worked as a choreographer on the film.
Rita Hayworth's brother, Vernon Cansino, played one of the Dragoon soldiers that helps Don Jose escort her to prison.
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