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Farewell To Arms, A (1957) - We Tell A Story Grandeur and literary credentials, Charles Vidor directs and Rock Hudson narrates, roughly from the Hemingway novel, opening producer David O. Selznick’s 1957 production, co-starring Selznick’s wife, Jennifer Jones, Kurt Kasznar, Franco Interlenghi and Leopold Trieste introduced, in A Farewell To Arms.
Farewell To Arms, A (1957) - We Die Anyway Vittorio De Sica as the almost-smarmy Rinaldi conducts his American ambulance driver friend Frederic (Rock Hudson), back at the base in the Italian Alps after leave, to meet the new English nurses, especially Miss Barkley (Jennifer Jones), in David O. Selznick’s production, from Hemingway, A Farewell To Arms, 1957.
Farewell To Arms, A (1957) - Promise You'll Come Back Leaving their base (Charles Vidor directing on location, in the eastern Italian Alps near Venzone), ambulance driver Frederic (Rock Hudson) is desperate to see British nurse Catherine (Jennifer Jones) after their torrid one-night liaison, in the 1957 version of Hemingway’s A Farewell To Arms, produced by Jones’ husband, David Selznick.
Farewell To Arms, A (1957) - I've Come Back To Catherine Something like fidelity to the Hemingway novel, via Laurence Stallings’ play and Ben Hecht’s script, of the second encounter between American WWI ambulance driver Frederic Henry (Rock Hudson) and Brit nurse Catherine (Jennifer Jones), who spoke earlier of her fianceè, killed in action, in A Farewell To Arms, 1957.
Agony And The Ecstasy, The (1965) - A Source Of Wonder The opening of the documentary prologue, titled The Artist Who Did Not Want To Paint, produced by writer Vincenzo Labella, screened by 20th Century Fox at premieres worldwide as context for The Agony And The Ecstasy, 1965, starring Charlton Heston and Rex Harrison.
Jessica (1962) - She Loves Her Work As midwife Angie Dickinson (title character) ejects husband Antonio (Angelo Galassi), dowager Maria (Agnes Moorehead) leads village wives to observe her work, in Jean Negulesco's Jessica, 1962.
Jessica (1962) - Caught Me Sleeping Maurice Chevalier (as "Father Antonio") introduces his village in Sicily and the presence, mostly bodily, of Angie Dickinson (title character), an American midwife, in Jessica, 1962.

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