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Three American women (played by Dorothy McGuire, Jean Peters, and Maggie McNamara) are living in Rome and looking for love. After hearing the rumors about the wish granting powers of the Fountain of Trevi, a couple of them decide to test the superstition and see if it might improve their romantic prospects.
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Alcohol consumption and cigarette use are common in this film. When a character discovers he has a terminal illness, he goes on a drinking spree. Another character also turns to liquor after experiencing a disappointment. Couples kiss on several occasions. A man pinches a woman. A man questions whether two adults are engaging in premarital sex. A woman is in an accident after her out of control vehicle drives down a steep road.
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Director Jean Negulesco worked on the movie The Best of Everything, another tale of single women looking for love. Roman Holiday is also set in Italy. Coins and a fountain play a part in the romantic affairs of a young woman When In Rome.
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Release Date: 2 November 2004
Three Coins in The Fountain splashes onto DVD with the following extra features:
- Audio Commentary: Jeanine Basinger
- Restoration Comparison
- Fox Movie Tone News, Studio Classics and Academy Awards
- Three trailers.