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Loves of Three Queens (1954)
"L'amante di Paride" (original title)

 -  Drama  -  1954 (USA)
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Hedy Windsor / Elana di Troia / Empress Josephine / Geneviève de Brabant
Massimo Serato ...
Paride (segment: The Face That Launched a Thousand Ships)
Alba Arnova ...
Elli Parvo ...
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Enone (segment: The Face That Launched a Thousand Ships)
Piero Pastore ...
Simone (segment: The Face That Launched a Thousand Ships)
Enrico Glori ...
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Anna Amendola ...
Minerva (segment: The Face That Launched a Thousand Ships)
Guido Celano ...
Serena Michelotti ...
Cassandra (segment: The Face That Launched a Thousand Ships)
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Il conte Sigfride (segment: I Cavalieri dell'illusione)
Terence Morgan ...
Golo (segment: Il Cavalieri dell'illusione)
Richard O'Sullivan ...
Benoni (segment "I Cavalieri dell'illusione")
John Fraser ...
Drago (segment: I Cavalieri dell'illusione)
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Original director Edgar G. Ulmer quit the production during filming because of clashes with star Hedy Lamarr. He was replaced by Marc Allégret. See more »

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Boring 2/3rd's historical drama...
17 August 2002 | by (Evansville, Indiana USA) – See all my reviews

1st watched 8/17/2002 - 3 out of 10(Dir-Marc Allegret): Boring 2/3rd's historical drama starring Hedy Lamaar in all 3 parts with a production headed by her as well. The story revolves around a secret love of her narrating as she plays three different roles of great Queens of history(Saint Genevieve & Josephine of France) and mythology(Helen Queen of Troy). She's okay in her roles, but the picture appears more to be a way to show off her beauty & attempted talent rather than the history of these characters. Yes, she is beautiful and can act a little -- but for what other reason should anyone watch this movie? I can't think of any. The version I watched is supposedly a chopped down 97 minutes from an original release of 3 + hours(what a drag it would have been to see the original). Good thing they didn't transfer that to video.


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