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A millionairess beauty travels incognito while trying to sort out which men are after her money, and which ones aren't. The 3-D presentation of Russell's physique in skimpy costumes earned this the condemnation of the Catholic Legion of Decency, which pumped the boxoffice even higher. Lacks the charm of "Gentlemen Prefer Blonds," which it imitates.

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Available on Running time 102 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Musical Comedy, 3-D Flicks
Cast
Jane Russell, Gilbert Roland, Craig Stevens, Kim Novak, Arthur Hunnicutt, Scott Elliott, Joi Lansing
Director
Lloyd Bacon
Producer
RKO, Edmund Grainger

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The French Line
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Stacey

The French Line came out in 1954, with a run time of 102 minutes. The comedy is hilarious with great music. Jane Russell, Gilbert Roland, and Craig Stevens star in this fun film. Mary Carson (Jane Russell) has won a fortune and her soon to be husband gets scared away from all her money. So she goes incognito on a boat ride to Paris to find love. She’s hoping to find a guy who wants her and not her money. Will she find the man of her dreams?