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Because You're Mine (1952)

 -  Comedy | Musical  -  October 1952 (USA)
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Famous tenor Renaldo Rossano (Lanza) is one month away from being too old to be drafted but ends up in the Army... See full synopsis »

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Complete credited cast:
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Renaldo Rossano
Doretta Morrow ...
Bridget Batterson
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Sergeant 'Bat' Batterson
Dean Miller ...
Ben Jones
Rita Corday ...
Francesca Landers (as Paula Corday)
Jeff Donnell ...
Patty Ware
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Mrs. Edna Montville
Curtis Cooksey ...
General Louis Montville
Don Porter ...
Captain Burton Nordell Loring
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Albert Parkson Foster
Bobby Van ...
Artie Pilcer
Ralph Reed ...
Horsey Jackson
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Mrs. Rossano
Alexander Steinert ...
Maestro Paradoni
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Famous tenor Renaldo Rossano (Lanza) is one month away from being too old to be drafted but ends up in the Army... See full synopsis »

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October 1952 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Mein Herz singt nur für Dich  »

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(Western Electric Sound System)

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1.37 : 1
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The older woman who asks for Renaldo's autograph is played by Mario Lanza's real-life mother; the unspeaking man with her is Mario's father. See more »

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Granada
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Written by Agustín Lara
Sung by Mario Lanza
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The Trouble Starts
15 May 2002 | by (Somerset. U.K.) – See all my reviews

After the triumph of "The Great Caruso" in 1951, Lanza was all set to start work on "The Student Prince." MGM had other ideas and wanted to exploit his more popular image. When they approached him, his response was "You cannot put Caruso in the army!" He was persuaded eventually to start on "Because You're Mine" with the dangling carrot of Student Prince promised next in line. He did not like the script, or his co-star, who constantly smoked and was considered by him to be unsuitable, because of her limited experience and he also put on weight at an alarming rate, so that costumes had to be remade or altered almost daily, to accomodate his fluctuating size. This is all too apparent in some scenes, when he walks in slim and walks out again at least 40 pounds heavier. It was his way of rebelling against the system. Once completed, it was chosen as the 1952 Royal Command film in U.K. but the critics panned it. O.K. the plot is thin, the acting dated, but the voice - wow - that voice. He was truly on top form and the soundtrack and studio recordings of the songs from the film are still great favourites today. Just listen to "The Lord's Prayer" to see what I mean. Not a favourite film of mine, but I watch just for the voice and memories of a bygone era.


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