The Yellow Rolls-Royce (1965)


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In this drama, from director Anthony Asquith, the lives and stories of three different people are linked together by their possession of an unusual car, a yellow Rolls Royce Phantom II. Lord Frinton (Rex Harrison) is a diplomat who purchases the exquisite auto as a gift for his wife (Jeanne Moreau). After Frinton's horse wins the Royal Gold Cup, Lady Frinton incurs the Lord's wrath when she is caught in the back seat of the Rolls with his underling John Fane (Edmund Purdom). In the 1930s, the … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Drama, Romance, Classics, Comedy
Directed By:
Written By: Terence Rattigan
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On DVD: Jan 27, 2009


as Marquess of Frinton

as Marchioness Eloise o...

as John Fane

as Mae Jenkins

as Lady Angela St. Sime...

as Paolo Maltese

as Duchesse D'Angouleme

as Gerda Millett

as Davich

as Norwood

as Harmsworth

as Assistant Car Salesm...

as Stefano

as Joey Friedlander

as Hortense Astor

as Ferguson

as Mrs. Millett's Chauf...

as Hotel Manager

as Albanian Ambassador

as Mayor

as Headwaiter

as Duc d'Angouleme
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Bittersweet series of episodes with a cast only a top studio could pull together at its peak. All are good but Ingrid Bergman gives the most nuance to her character.
Beautiful looking film with gorgeous locations.

jay nixon

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Following THE V.I.P.'S, their film about stars stranded at the airport, director Anthony Asquith and writer Terence Rattigan, turned to this stars-on-the-road vehicle.

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