Three Coins in the Fountain   (1954)

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Country | USA
Running Time | 102 Minutes
Type |
Language | English, Italian
Genres | Drama
In Color (Technicolor)
Production Dates | 1953-08-03 ~ 1970-01-01
Release Information

Directed by | Jean Negulesco
Cinematography by | Milton R. Krasner
Edited by | William Reynolds

Starring ~ Clifton Webb, Dorothy McGuire, Jean Peters

Sound Systems
4-Track Stereo (Western Electric Recording) (magnetic prints)
Editing System
Finishing System
Directed by
Cinematography by
Director Of Photography (as Milton Krasner
Edited by
Editor Film Editor
Written by
Screen Play
From A Novel By
Produced by
Original Music by
Set Decoration by
(set Decorations)
Set Decorator
Art Direction by
Costume Design by
Second Unit & Assistant Directors
Assistant Director
Editorial Department
Assistant Editor (uncredited)
Art Department
Manager Of Art Department (uncredited)
Sound Department
Sound (as Roger Heman)
Makeup Department
Makeup Artist
Costume & Wardrobe Department
Wardrobe Director
Wardrobe Supervisor
Music Department
Vocal Director
John Frederick Shadwell
Miss Frances
Anita Hutchins
Prince Dino Di Cessi
Maria Williams
Giorgio Bianchi
Mrs. Burgoyne
Girl (uncredited)
Waiter In Select Restaurant (uncredited)
Headwaiter (uncredited)
Pepe - Shadwell's Butler (uncredited)
Bit Part (uncredited)
Party Guest (uncredited)
Principessa's Butler (uncredited)
Waiter In Venice (uncredited)
Chauffeur (uncredited)
Baroness (uncredited)
Consulate Clerk (uncredited)
Party Guest (uncredited)
Waiter (uncredited)
Louisa - Shadwell's Maid (uncredited)
Dr. Martinelli (uncredited)
Angela Bianchi (uncredited)
Bartender (uncredited)
Anna (uncredited)
Woman At Cocktail Party (uncredited)
Mr. Hoyt (uncredited)
Theatrical Ticket Agent (uncredited)
Additional Crew Members
Color Consultant
Technical Advisor
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