DVD - 2008
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Leslie Caron plays Fanny, a fishmonger's daughter with eyes for the barkeeper's son, Marius (Horst Buchholz). She has a powerful rival: Marius yearns for a life at sea-- not one behind the bar with his blustery but devoted father Cesar (Charles Boyer). But after Fanny and Marius surrender to their desires, complications separate them-- and a solution comes from an unlikely source: the wise, aging sailmaker Panisse (Maurice Chevalier).
Publisher: Burbank, CA : Warner Home Video ; [Chatsworth, CA?] : Distributed by Image Entertainment, c2008
Branch Call Number: DVD FIC FAN
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (ca. 134 min.) :,sd., col. ;,4 3/4 in. +,1 sound disc (digital ; 4 3/4 in.)
Alternative Title: Fanny (Motion picture : 1961)


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Oct 11, 2016

Academy Awards, USA 1962
Nominated Oscar (5): Best Picture; Best Actor in a Leading Role: Charles Boyer;
Best Cinematography, Color; Best Film Editing; Best Music, Scoring of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture.

Jun 08, 2016

As is often the case with our library, and others too, frequently the genre of movies is incorrect. This is not a musical. It's a charming and well made romantic drama-comedy, but no songs. It is partially based on a Broadway musical, but the film leaves out all the songs, using some of that material as background music.

What the film has going for it is Chevalier, Caron, and Boyer, all in top form. And the exteriors are shot on location in France.

eve373 Oct 22, 2012

I had wanted to see another movie with Leslie Caron since I saw GIGI. The storyline did not capture me. The movie seemed to go on forever...

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