Because You're Mine

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Released 1952

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Because You're Mine

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Director:
Alexander Hall
Released:
1952
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Golden-throated Mario Lanza stars in Because You're Mine. Lanza plays \opera singer Renaldo Rossano, who is drafted into the army. Much to the displeasure of topkick Sgt. Batterson James Whitmore, Renaldo is given celebrity treatment even while in uniform. Even more problematic is the romance between Renaldo and Batterson's sister, Bridget Doretta Morrow, fresh from her Broadway success as Tuptim in The King and I. Wait till you see the "dueling tenors" scene between Whitmore and Lanza! For the benefit of those not operatically inclined, Because You're Mine features a gratuitous dance solo by Bobby Van. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide
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    Arts, Drama, Music

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    adrenaline junkies, annoying host, abrasive parent