Three Coins in the Fountain (1954) was a Romance - Drama Film directed by Jean Negulesco and produced by Sol C. Siegel.
Academy Awards 1954 --- Ceremony Number 27 (source: AMPAS)
|Best Cinematography||Milton Krasner||Won|
|Best Music - Song||Music by Jule Styne; Lyrics by Sammy Cahn||Won|
|Best Picture||Sol C. Siegel, Producer||Nominated|
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
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 FountainBy 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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John Frederick Shadwell: These girls in love never realize that they should be honestly dishonest instead of being dishonestly honest.
John Frederick Shadwell: Why can't women play the game properly? Everyone knows that in love affairs only the man has the right to lie!
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Served as basis for unsold TV pilot starring Cynthia Pepper, Yvonne Craig and Joanna Moore.
The first motion picture filmed in CinemaScope outside of the United States. Prior to beginning principal shooting, 20th Century-Fox studio execs warned producer Sol C. Siegel and director Jean Negulesco that they would have a difficult time with the new film format away from the controlled settings of the studio. Siegel and Negulesco solved this dilemma by simply taking the studio's entire technical crew along to Rome.
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