The Monte Carlo Story

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Released 1957

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The Monte Carlo Story

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1957
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The Monte Carlo Story is a dramatic comedy released in 1957. Maria de Crevecoeur (Marlene Dietrich) is a high society lady with no means to support her expensive lifestyle. Count Dino della Fiaba (Vittorio de Seca) is an inveterate gambler, also suffering from a shortage of money, and indebted to some shady characters. When Maria and Count Dino meet, each thinks the other is their meal ticket but soon find out that for all their prestige and good taste, they can't get far without some cash. Homer Hinkley (Arthur O'Connell), a millionaire from Indiana, and his daughter Jane (Natalie Trundy) are in the Riviera for a relaxing vacation. Maria, in her glamorous gowns and jewels, quickly captures the eye of Hinkley and the Count becomes smitten with the daughter. What follows is the funny story of Maria and the Count trying to con the Hinkleys out of their fortune. Filmed in the French Riviera, a highlight of the film is Marlene Dietrich singing "Back Home in Indiana".moreless
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