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The Girl Who Had Everything (1953)

 -  Romance | Drama  -  27 March 1953 (USA)
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Attorney's daughter falls for one of his gangster clients.

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Jean Latimer
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Victor Y. Raimondi
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Steve Latimer
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Vance Court
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Charles 'Chico' Menlow
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John Ashmond
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Attorney's daughter falls for one of his gangster clients.

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Not a lavish MGM production despite the star power of Elizabeth Taylor and William Powell (in his last Metro appearance, and just two pictures - How to Marry a Millionaire (1953) and Mister Roberts (1955) - away from retirement), this movie went unnoticed by the contemporary film critics at The New York Times. See more »

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Version of A Free Soul (1931) See more »

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William Powell's MGM Swansong
28 February 2003 | by (Michigan) – See all my reviews

This film is a good example of standard MGM output in the early 1950s - still glossy, with good production values, but dramatically no great shakes. It is perhaps most notable as being William Powell's final film at MGM. Although it must have been appealing to Powell to play the same part that won Lionel Barrymore an Oscar in 1931 (for A Free Soul), the writer of this film let Powell down with a routine script. Also notable is André Previn's score, which seems unnecessarily lush at times given the routine nature of the production.


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