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

Formula 50's Romance StoryReviewed bymdm-11Vote: 7/10

This typical early 1950s romance story has all of the "desk set" elements (found only in romantic dime novels): 3 American secretaries in Rome are searching for "meaning in life", hoping to find it in marriage. The desired suiters are equally "fairy tale-like", including a Prince (played by Frenchman Louis Jourdan), a handsome full-blooded Italian (epitemized by Rossano Brazzi) and a distinguished Englishman (played by Clifton Webb).

Old fashioned values are running rampant in this film. A "working girl" planning to marry was expected to leave her job to tend to full-time housework. Dating was a "no-no", branding a woman a "bad girl". Double-standards across the board. It definitely was a "man's world".

The romantic theme song popularized by the Four Aces endured as a favorite for nearly 50 years. Unfortunately the film itself has lost its mass appeal over time. Although similar in broad subject matter, films like the Tracy/Hepburn classic "Desk Set" or the hilarious "How To Marry A Millionaire" starring the trio Monroe/Grable/Bacall have maintained their cult status as true Hollywood Classics. "Three Coins In The Fouintain" is a mildly pleasant trip into post-WWII Italy, a time of simplicity amidst toil and poverty. Those who dream of "marrying a prince" may have their fill.

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.

Three Coins in the Fountain Made it Mine ***1/2Reviewed byedwagreenVote: 9/10

Dazzling cinematography and a wonderful story line made this 1954 blockbuster film the treasure that it is.

The story of the loves of 3 secretaries in Rome is absolutely captivating.

Headed by a fine cast, the film succeeds beyond expectations. The real-life tragic Maggie McNamara is engaging as an Audrey Hepburn look alike who finds romance with a young Louis Jourdan, who sheds his usual French accent in this film. McNamara tries to learn everything about the wealthy Jourdan character to snag him. However, her true love for him, makes her confess what she has done.

The always reliable Dorothy McGuire and Clifton Webb again show their mettle. She has been working for him for 15 years in Rome, when she decides to go home and Webb, to keep her, proposes marriage. She happily accepts but when Webb learns that he has a terminal brain tumor, he tells her that he was too impulsive in proposing. Their resolution is most poignant in the film.

Rossano Brazzi and Jean Peters play the third couple here. A misunderstanding and violation of company rules costs Brazzi his job, but love will conquer all.

This picture is definitely for the romantic and young at heart. There had to be some controversy here when the title song of this film beat out The Man Who Got Away from Judy Garland's "A Star is Born." There should have been a tie in this category.

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