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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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Italian censorship visa # 17994 delivered on 18-12-1954. See more »

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Pretty Bad Hedy!
12 November 2002 | by (Lone Pine, CA) – See all my reviews

I absolutely adore Hedy Lamarr. When I first saw her face in a black and white movie on TV, way back, in the 1950's, I was transfixed by what I saw. Since then, no female in the history of movies, has surpassed her great beauty; Elizabeth Taylor and Ava Gardner came close. It never mattered that she was not a great actress. Elizabeth Taylor, as a Hollywood insider gained some acclaim as an actress, in some pretty impressive roles; but ultimately bit the dust, in films like 'Cleopatra', 'The Sandpiper', 'Boom', 'The Comedians', and many, many more. 'Amante di Paride, L'' was a mess of a film. Much of Hedy's money went into this film, but the film was doomed by its very premise; and certainly Hedy could never have done anything with such a horrible script, and stupid story! I felt more sad than anything, because I always thought Hedy did not end up with the right directors, or the best scripts. This movie was pleasing enough on the eyes; but otherwise an assault to the other senses. This is not the way I prefer to remember Hedy.


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