The Yellow Rolls-Royce (1964)

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Anthology film about three owners of a yellow Rolls-Royce. A British diplomat buys the car for his French wife. A mobster's girlfriend has an affair in Italy. An American woman drives a Yugoslavian partisan to Ljubljana on the eve of the Nazi invasion.

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  • Ingrid Bergman and Omar Sharif in The Yellow Rolls-Royce (1964)
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  • Shirley MacLaine in The Yellow Rolls-Royce (1964)
  • Shirley MacLaine in The Yellow Rolls-Royce (1964)
  • Jeanne Moreau in The Yellow Rolls-Royce (1964)
  • Rex Harrison and Jeanne Moreau in The Yellow Rolls-Royce (1964)

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Director:

Anthony Asquith

Writer:

Terence Rattigan

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29 August 2006 | edwardscampbell
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| A beautiful, roomy yellow Rolls Royce provides the set for three diverse stories, all of which are a treat to watch!
What a visual treat to see the scenery of Europe, along with the acting talents of some of my very favorite performers! Three couples own a fabulous car over a period of years, each with a story worth telling. Rex Harrison presents a touching, surprisingly sympathetic husband who loves his wife too much. Jeanne Moreau is the cheating wife, probably the weakest female of the three. In act two, Shirley MacLaine shines as the gangster moll with a heart, who falls in love with the impossibly gorgeous Alain Delon. George C. Scott plays a part totally unlike any of his others, and Art Carney is a sweet cameo.I especially loved the final act of the trio, when aristocratic Ingrid Bergman, in a multi-layered performance, helps resistance fighter Omar Sharif (I could watch him brush his teeth for two hours!) transport his colleagues to safety in Yugoslavia during WWII. The car is almost a character in itself, as is Bergman's little dog, who plays her part with gusto. I especially loved the comedic moments so beautifully played by Ms. Bergman. She and Sharif make a gorgeous, sensitive couple, and are eye candy for those of us who love fanciful, impossible love affairs. A wonderful film for a rainy afternoon.

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