Three Coins in the Fountain (1954) 1080p YIFY Movie

Three Coins in the Fountain (1954) 1080p

Three Coins in the Fountain is a movie starring Clifton Webb, Dorothy McGuire, and Jean Peters. Three American women working in Rome, Italy, share a spacious apartment and the desire to find love and marriage, each experiencing a...

IMDB: 6.30 Likes

  • Genre: Drama | Romance
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.95G
  • Resolution: / fps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 102
  • IMDB Rating: 6.3/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 32 / 41

The Synopsis for Three Coins in the Fountain (1954) 1080p

Three American women, rooming together while working abroad in Rome, Italy, hope for romance and marriage. Frances, oldest of the three, has been fifteen years a secretary to novelist John Frederick Shadwell, a man whom she loves but whose reclusive nature prompts most people to believe him long since dead. Anita, one week away from returning to America (under the claim of getting married), finally bucks company rules (and gets caught) by finally accepting an invitation from an Italian co-worker to visit his family's farm for his sister's wedding. Newly arrived Maria soon sets her generally innocent eyes on Dino di Cessi, an actual prince with a reputation for womanizing, and makes a play for him by making herself his perfect match.


The Director and Players for Three Coins in the Fountain (1954) 1080p

[Director]Jean Negulesco
[Role:]Clifton Webb
[Role:]Louis Jourdan
[Role:]Jean Peters
[Role:]Dorothy McGuire


The Reviews for Three Coins in the Fountain (1954) 1080p


Pleasant locales but it's still little more than a travelogue...Reviewed byDoylenfVote: 6/10

Time hasn't been kind to certain films and THREE COINS IN THE FOUNTAIN is one of them. The story at its center is trite and only exists in order to show the splendors of Rome in color and CinemaScope to lure patrons away from their television sets when the film was made, in the mid-'50s.

The only performers emerging from the film unscathed are JEAN PETERS, gorgeous as a secretary looking for romance away from the office, and the two men who are in their physical prime and give the film's most ingratiating performances--ROSSANO BRAZZI and LOUIS JOURDAN, both being the prototypes of the sort of European men American women find so attractive.

DOROTHY McGUIRE is saddled with the role of a spinster (of 38) whose object of affection is CLIFTON WEBB (mid-'60s) who seems an odd choice for any woman and tries hard to be his usual urbane self. Nor is MAGGIE MacNAMARA any help as a conniving American girl who diligently learns the likes and dislikes of the man (Jourdan) she plans to trap into marriage. Miss MacNamara too often seems more annoying than charming.

But it's harmless fluff, nicely staged in real Italian locales so that there's something to look at when things get dull--as they often do. Surprisingly, the film--which gets off to a nice start with a rendition of the title song by Frank Sinatra--was nominated for a Best Picture Oscar.

Summing up: No surprises here, just a dull story that gets an occasional lift from the romance between Peters and Brazzi which is the best, but briefest, part of the whole film. As a story, it's all too familiar by now but Jean Negulesco manages to combine story and scenery with a fluid touch, disguising the fact that it's little more than a pleasant travelogue.

Reviewed byval-mainwoodVote: 10/10/10

Lighten up, boys and girls! You must allow the director to displayirony and fun in a feel-good movie in Rome not long after the fall offascism! And how exotic it must have appeared to most of the world'spopulation who at that time had not travelled abroad.

It does make you wonder how those secretaries could afford thoseglamorous clothes, and be so close to princes and movers and shakers ofpost-war Rome. Perhaps a gentle poke at role reversal?

One of the best tunes ever written, wonderful locations, and I don'tcare a damn about the Trevi fountain behaving inconsistently - that isthe nature of fountains, and in Rome they are all drenched in magic!

Reviewed bySnow LeopardVote: /10

This is the kind of movie that's most suitable for occasions when youjust want something nice to look at, without having to pay muchattention and without needing to worry about anything that might jarthe senses. It's very picturesque, with many sequences set ininteresting and attractive Italian settings. The characters, cast, andstory are all innocuous, but they are never especially interesting.

The title sequence is very enjoyable, with the Sinatra song accompaniedby many excellent views of Rome. But it sets the expectations a littletoo high, since the rest of the movie is rather commonplace in allrespects other than the settings. The cast is solid, but none of themreally get the kind of character that allows them to stand out. Thestory is pleasant and sometimes enjoyable, but is too often bland,predictable, and/or implausible.

It's still a decent way to pass the time if your expectations aren'ttoo high. It would probably have been a little better if it were a bitshorter, since there is just not enough story material to fill thewhole running time without it becoming too noticeable.

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