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A decent middle-brow piece, with fine acting and lots of star power.
Like all anthologies, MGM's Stories of Three Loves is uneven: best segment is Mademoiselle, directed by Vincente Minnelli and starring the grand Ethel Barrymore and the very young Ricky Nelson.
Interesting mix of short stories with a galaxy of stars both major and minor. The first with James Mason and Moira Shearer has beautiful music and dancing but a rather overwrought storyline and wastes Agnes Moorehead in a nothing role. The last with Kirk Douglas and Pier Angeli is suffused with sorrow made especially poignant since she plays a girl saved by Kirk from suicide but in real life there was no one to save her and she ended up taking her own life. The real charmer is the middle episode, a precusor to the film Big, with Ethel Barrymore as an elderly enchantress, Leslie Caron and Farley Granger sweet in a story of young love. Most enjoyable.
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