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The Fountain (1934) was a Drama - Romance Film directed by John Cromwell and produced by Pandro S. Berman.

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Three Coins in the Fountain: Lookin' for Love

By Rick29 on Oct 24, 2022 From Classic Film & TV Cafe

Louis Jourdan and Maggie McNamara.Time has not been kind to Three Coins in the Fountain, a 1954 blockbuster that earned a Best Picture Oscar nomination. What may have once seemed fresh, colorful, and romantic now comes across as lightweight, sluggish, and a little condescending to its three female p... Read full article

Three Coins in the Fountain (Jean Negulesco, 1954)

By Judy on Mar 14, 2015 From Movie Classics

This is my contribution to the CinemaScope blogathon, running from March 13 to 16, which is being organised by Classic Becky’s Brain Food and Wide Screen World – please visit and take a look at the other postings! I’m a fan of Frank Sinatra, so in his centenary year I couldn’... Read full article

Next month, Florida's home of the fountain of Young

By vp19 on Mar 18, 2014 From Carole & Co.

As in Loretta Young, shown below offering best wishes to Carole Lombard, who was serving as guest editor for the April 1936 issue of Screen Book. Loretta's daughter-in-law, Linda Lewis, and her husband, Christopher Lewis, have done yeoman work in promoting her fine career and achievements, such as i... Read full article

Three Coins in the Fountain (1954)

By Lindsey on May 16, 2012 From The Motion Pictures

There is no quicker way to win me over than to begin a film with a beautiful montage of Italy and the equally beautiful voice of Frank Sinatra. And that is exactly how it all starts for 1954′s romantic drama Three Coins in the Fountain. After the lovely opening, the film follows three American... Read full article

Three Coins in the Fountain

By Alyson on May 7, 2011 From The Best Picture Project

Ah Rome, there?s something about that timeless city that brings romance to the heart. ?For Maria (Maggie McNamara), Anita (Jean Peters) and Frances (Dorothy McGuire), love cannot come so easily. Maria has just arrived to be the secretary replacing Anita at the USDA, where there is an office rule aga... Read full article

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The German naval mutiny at Kiel took place on October 30 1918. The mutiny lead to other revolts in Germany, including ones at Hamburg, Bremen, Lubeck and Munich in the ensuing weeks.
The war bulletin read at the tennis match is a report of the Battle of Jutland. This took place in 1916. Although the British lost more ships than the Germans, it was a strategic victory for the Royal Navy as it maintained its numerical advantage over the German Navy. The German Navy retreated to harbour, leaving the Royal Navy in command of the area. The German Navy remained inactive and in harbour until the end of the war. Though not a total victory for the British, it has been argued that it was a strategic victory for them.
Kaiser Wilhelm 'abdicated' on November 9th 1918, seeking exile in Holland.
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Also directed by John Cromwell

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