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The Barefoot Contessa

The Barefoot Contessa(1954)

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Brief Synopsis

A Spanish dancer becomes an international star but still longs to get her feet in the dirt.

Cast & Crew

Humphrey Bogart Harry Dawes
Ava Gardner Maria Vargas [also known as Maria D'Amata]
Edmond O'Brien Oscar Muldoon
Marius Goring Alberto Bravano
Valentina Cortesa Eleanora [Torlato-Favrini]
Rossano Brazzi Vincenzo [Torlato-Favrini]
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Additional Details

MPAA Ratings:  Premiere Info:  New York opening: 29 Sep 1954
Release Date:  1954 Production Date:  [1.75:1]
Produced in association with Angelo Rizzoli and Robert Haggiag
EB; AFI
Color/B&W:  Color (Technicolor) Distributions Co:  United Artists Corp.
Sound:  Mono (Western Electric Recording) Production Co:  Figaro, Inc.
Duration(mins):  128 Country:  United States
Duration(feet):  not available    
Duration(reels):  not available    

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  • the fickle finger of fate

    don letta 2017-07-25

    Often, fate gives with one hand, while taking with the other. Such is the case of beautiful actresses with flat metallic voices. No one can deny the beauty... MORE>

  • Much to Like About "Barefoot Contessa"

    Natacha 2017-07-25

    Others have alluded to the beauty of the photography and Ava Gardner, so that need not be repeated. There are also the incredibly lovely sets and... MORE>

  • barefoot contessa

    kevin sellers 2016-11-21

    This overly long look at Hollywood in Europe veers from silly to fun to tragic and back again to silly, with occasional stops at satirical and dull. Best... MORE>