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The Millionairess (1960) was a Comedy - Drama Film directed by Anthony Asquith and produced by Pierre Rouve.

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The Millionairess (1960)

By Lindsey on Apr 23, 2012 From The Motion Pictures

Peter Sellers resists Sophia Loren's forward advances in The Millionairess (image via operagloves.tumblr) Sophia Loren is Epifania, a millionairess (as the title of the film would suggest). Her father has passed away, leaving her to inherit his fortunes. She’s living in the wonderful city of L... Read full article

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Epifania Parerga: Our marriage was just a succession of boxing matches.

Epifania Parerga: After all Adrian, I am made of flesh and blood.
Dr. Ahmed el Kabir: You certainly are.

Dr. Ahmed el Kabir: [sailing across the Thames to his surgery, noticing Epifania attempting suicide] Hello, good day for a swim!
Epifania Parerga: I am not swimming, I am committing suicide
Dr. Ahmed el Kabir: Very good
Epifania Parerga: You don't understand, I'm killing myself
Dr. Ahmed el Kabir: Well, it is our common destiny, good day

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Peter Sellers and Sophia Loren recorded the novelty song "Goodness Gracious Me!" in order to promote the movie. The song became a big worldwide hit.
Peter Sallis was booked to appear in this film but his role was not filmed.
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