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Review of The Yellow Rolls-Royce (1964)

This 1964 film from Director Anthony Asquith has it all, in my opinion, Love, betrayal, conflict, War, Passion and Dishonesty.
It covers the various owners of the Yellow Rolls Royce as it changes hands over the years.
Starting with it visiting Ascot Races and showing us the traumatic relationship between Lord and Ladt Frinton and her lover to a War torn area in Eastern Europe where love finds Ingrid Bergman in the form of Omar Sharif.
An excellent film and well worth wathcing - even with the Crooks of the South Of France headed by George C Scott and Shirley MacClaine.
Just one of my all time favorite films
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Added by Lady Penelope
8 years ago on 30 December 2012 11:56