The Loves of Carmen Overview:

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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Andrés: [about Carmen] Gypsies will always steal anything they can get their hands on. I don't know why I bother with that girl. She's bad all the way through. She lies as easily as other people drink water. She's a liar, a thief and a cheat. Has no more manners than my great aunt's cat. She's really awful. And I'd sell my soul to hear her say just once that she loves me.

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

Dancaire: [about José and Carmen getting married] You will be a fine pair, you two. Payo and Gypsy, the tame and the untamed, the dog and wolf. Dog and wolf weren't created to live together. It won't work, Navarrés. You'll see.

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