The Swan (1956) was a Comedy - Romance Film directed by Charles Vidor and produced by Dore Schary.
Molnar’s play “The Swan”By Neve on Mar 21, 2020 From The Baz
The Death of the Swan : The Unfinished Dance ( 1947 ) and Ballerina ( 1937 )By The Metzinger Sisters on Aug 3, 2017 From Silver Scenes - A Blog for Classic Film Lovers
This weekend Christina Wehner is hosting the En Pointe Blogathon, a three-day event celebrating films that spotlight that beautiful and centuries old form of dance known as ballet. One of the most overlooked Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer films of the 1940s - The Unfinished Dance - just so happens to revolve a... Read full article
The SwanBy Amanda Garrett on Nov 11, 2015 From Old Hollywood Films
Today, I'm celebrating Grace Kelly's Nov. 12 birthday with a review of her penultimate film, The Swan (1956). The photo above shows Kelly with co-star Alec Guinness. This article is part of The Wonderful Grace Kelly Blogathon hosted by The Wonderful World of Cinema. Grace Kelly's next to last... Read full article
Grace Kelly's Dress from THE SWAN up for Auction at Christie'son Jun 16, 2014 From GlamAmor
This Friday, June 20th, Christie's will auction off one of Grace Kelly's dresses from The Swan (1956) in London. It is an exciting occasion. Created by MGM legend Helen Rose, this is an example of influential costume design that also immediately impacted fashion and continues to do so today. Last ... Read full article
“The Swan” (1925)By Silentfilmfanatic on Jun 21, 2010 From Noir and Chick Flicks
“The Swan” (1925) is a silent romantic comedy starring Frances Howard, Adolphe Menjou and Ricardo Cortez. Directed by Dimitri Buchowetzki, this film is about a love that cannot be. Set in a fictitious European kingdom, Princess Alexandra of Beldonia, played by Frances Howard, is secretly... Read full article
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Princess Beatrix: When he does decide to hold something it would be the base vile!
Princess Beatrix: Dear Aunt Symphorosa - always looking for wallflowers.
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The only film in which Grace Kelly plays a princess (she later became one in real life). In this film, she is courted by Prince Albert of a small European country. Prince Albert of Monaco is Grace Kelly's son.
While filming The Swan in Hollywood, Alec Guinness he met James Dean, just days before the young actor's death. Sir Alec later recalled predicting that Dean would die in a car crash: when Dean showed Guinness his newly-bought Porsche, Guinness advised him to "Get rid of that car, or you'll be dead in a week!" Guinness unfortunately proved right.
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