Filmmaking at it's best!

Original Text: Filmmaking at it's best!


Released in 1953, this film became the fourth highest grossing film that year behind #1 The Robe, #2 From here to eternity, and #3 House of wax, and became one of the top 30 films of the 1950's out of about 2,500 films released that decade. This is truly one of the best and most american of films. The movie is absolutely breathtaking in beauty and warm in heart. I think everyone should watch a m ovie like this, as it is more then just a movie it's life, something we don't see so much of in todays films. If you love rich Technicolor and beautiful backdrops and great actors with real personality and a very engaging story, then look no further in this masterpiece of a picture. this is a movie that I highly recommend for the whole family to see together, as I feel it will bring you closer.

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Released in 1953, this film became the fourth highest grossing film of that year behind: #1 The Robe, #2 From Here to Eternity, and #3 House of Wax. It became one of the top 30 films of the 1950's out of about 2,500 films released in that decade. This is truly one of the best and most American films.

The movie is absolutely breathtaking in beauty and is warm in heart. I think everyone should watch a movie like this; it is more then just a movie, it's life, something we don't see much of in today's films. If you love rich Technicolor and beautiful backdrops, great actors with real personality, and a very engaging story, then look no further in this masterpiece of a picture. This is a movie that I highly recommend the whole family see together. I feel it will bring you closer.

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