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Grace Kelly: An American Princess (1987)

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From the 28-tape biography series The Hollywood Collection comes a comprehensive account of a real-life fairy tale, the story of Grace Kelly. Born to a wealthy Philadelphia family, Kelly was once one of the most sought-after movie stars in Hollywood. She gave up her glittering career to marry the Prince of Monaco and to become Her Serene Highness Princess Grace. This program provides an in-depth look at her rise to stardom, her reign as princess, and the tragic car crash which took her life. The glamorous tale unfolds with never-before-seen home movies, interviews with stars, friends, family members, and clips from Kelly's early television performances, as well as her finest films, including High Society, Rear Window, Dial M for Murder, and High Noon. It's a star-studded profile of a beloved American icon.

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Well made portrait of Grace Kelly, great interviews with the movie stars that knew her and good use of early clips, particularly of her start in television. Good selections from her movie roles, although curiously very little on Rear Window.

James Higgins
James Higgins

This is like the Reader's Digest version of Grace Kelly's life. For me anyway, there really wasn't much new information. In fact, I started jumping ahead of the story. What redeems this film, especially for Kelly fans is the extremely hard to find TV footage and family footage. And the poem at the end is very touching.

Real Guy
Real Guy

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