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The Girl Who Had Everything (1953) was a Romance - Drama Film directed by Richard Thorpe and produced by Armand Deutsch.

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Pre-Code vs Post-Code: "A Free Soul" and "The Girl Who Had Everything"

By David on Dec 26, 2014 From The Man on the Flying Trapeze

Adela Rogers St. Johns's novel "A Free Soul" was filmed twice -- once in 1931, under its original title, and again in 1953 as "The Girl Who Had Everything." In both cases the female leads were played by MGM royalty -- Norma Shearer and Elizabeth Taylor, respectively. The character they play is the ... Read full article

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Not a lavish MGM production despite the star power of Elizabeth Taylor and William Powell (in his last Metro appearance, and just two pictures - How to Marry a Millionaire and Mister Roberts - away from retirement), this movie went unnoticed by the contemporary film critics at The New York Times.
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