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Ten Thousand Bedrooms (1957)





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In this musical comedy, Dean Martin plays the amiable owner of a hotel chain who heads for Rome to inspect his newest purchase. En route, he finds himself getting romantic with the four comely daughters of an acquaintance. The rake is especially smitten by the eldest daughter.more
Rating: Unrated
Genre: Musical & Performing Arts, Comedy
Directed By:
Written By: William Ludwig, Leonard Spigelgass, Art Cohn, Laszlo Vadnay
On DVD: Oct 6, 2009
Warner Bros.


Dean Martin
as Ray Hunter
Eva Bartok
as Maria Martelli
Dewey Martin
as Mike Clark
Walter Slezak
as Papa Vittorio Martel...
Marcel Dalio
as Vittorio Cisini
Evelyn Varden
as Countess Alzani
Lisa Montell
as Diana Martelli
Lisa Gaye
as Anna Martelli
John Archer
as Bob Dudley
Stephen Dunne
as Tom Crandall
Monique van Vooren
as Girl on Main Title
Steve Dunne
as Tom Crandall
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Dean Martin does OK in a role cut for Cary Grant.

Dino plays a suave, swank and sober hotel magnate visiting his newest acquisition in Rome. After they have a quick drink and even quicker flight over the city in his private DC-9, Martin decides to acquire a very young Anna Maria Alberghetti as his bride. And she readily agrees.

But Alberghetti's dad thinks it proper for her older sisters to be married off first. Which gives dapper Dino something to get done during the remaining 90 minutes of film.

This non-comedic role looks like a mid-Century suit that would better fit Cary Grant or Rock Hudson, but Dino actually does well with it. Alberghetti's fairly luscious, but hardly star quality. The beauty of Rome appears throughout in a supporting role.

Not a funny film in the least, but still a nice example of mid-Century film nostalgia, quite pleasant TCM viewing on a crisp October afternoon.

RECOMMENDATION: Not so special as to require the viewer to go out of the way to see or acquire it.

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