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The Monte Carlo Story(1957)

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  • MADE ABOUT THE SAME TIME AS I WAS . . .

    • Dan Hand
    • 8/31/11

    . . . this film serves as a beautiful illustration of how Hollywood loathes Middle America! Even fifty-five years ago, before the tyranny of its Republican moguls was replaced by the tyranny of today's regnant Establishment leftists, the nouveaux riches of Hollywood believed that (even) the nouveaux riches of Middle America were stupid, ignorant, naive and tres gauche peasants-- just like the ones that they used to despise in Eastern Europe, before heading west to make their fortunes in the new Promised Land. At least the scenery is beautifully rendered....

  • Scenic stealing.

    • DougieB
    • 11/27/09

    This scenario has been done: the two fortune hunters who are each other's final hope, only to discover they're both broke. I don't think the story has ever been so lavishly mounted, though. The location shots are stunning and make a somewhat familiar story all the more convincing. The pairing of Dietrich and DeSica is inspired; they get both the sophistication and the humility necessary to put these characters over. Having heard very little about it until TCM's recent showing, I was thrilled to catch this charming late-career Dietrich film. Totally charming.

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