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The Story of Three Loves (5-Mar-1953)

Directors: Vincente Minnelli; Gottfried Reinhardt

Writers: John Collier; George Froeschel; Jan Lustig; Jacques Maret; Arnold Phillips; Ladislao Vajda

Keywords: Musical

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Richard Anderson
8-Aug-1926   Oscar Goldman on The 6 Million Dollar Man
Pier Angeli
19-Jun-1932 10-Sep-1971 Tomorrow Is Too Late
Ethel Barrymore
15-Aug-1879 18-Jun-1959 None But the Lonely Heart
Leslie Caron
1-Jul-1931   Gigi
Kirk Douglas
9-Dec-1916   Spartacus
Zsa Zsa Gabor
6-Feb-1917   Cop-slapping Gabor sister
Farley Granger
1-Jul-1925 27-Mar-2011 Strangers on a Train
James Mason
15-May-1909 27-Jul-1984 North by Northwest
Agnes Moorehead
6-Dec-1900 30-Apr-1974 Endora on Bewitched
Ricky Nelson
8-May-1940 31-Dec-1985 I'm Walkin'
Moira Shearer
17-Jan-1926 31-Jan-2006 The Red Shoes


Review by anonymous (posted on 15-Mar-2006)

This movie is three movies in one. The first movie tells the story of a young ballerina who finds out that she is sick. But she loved dancing so much that she danced one last time and then died. There was a man who loved her very much also. The music as well as the beautiful dancing was enought to stop that movie at this point. But it just got better. The second movie is about a young boy who was in love with his nanny. He goes to sleep and wakes up as a man. Then he tries to win her heart. The third movie was about a man who had an accident at one time while on a tight rope. When he finally caught the girl at the end we knew he would never fly again. Yes, out of all the movies I've seen I love this one the most. I would love to know if I could get this movie. Please let me know where I can get this movie from.

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