History Film / ThatLadyInErmine

2nd Jun '17 9:52:42 AM Mdumas43073
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[[caption-width-right:350:Beauty, Majesty, Humility.]]

A 1948 adaptation of a German operetta, which had previously been adapted into a stage play and a silent film. It starred Creator/BettyGrable, Creator/DouglasFairbanksJr, and Cesar Romero.

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[[caption-width-right:350:Beauty, [[caption-width-right:300:Beauty, Majesty, Humility.]]

A 1948 adaptation of a German operetta, which had previously been adapted into a stage play and a silent film. It starred stars Creator/BettyGrable, Creator/DouglasFairbanksJr, and Cesar Romero.
4th Apr '17 1:07:30 PM DavidCowie
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* ErmineCapeEffect: Aside from the dream dress, Francesca wears only her ermine coat from the panting.

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* ErmineCapeEffect: Aside from the dream dress, Francesca wears only her ermine coat from the panting.painting.
3rd Apr '17 10:39:38 AM Kitchen90
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A 1948 adaptation of a German operetta, which had previously been adapted into a stage play and a silent film. It starred Betty Grable, Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., and Cesar Romero.

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A 1948 adaptation of a German operetta, which had previously been adapted into a stage play and a silent film. It starred Betty Grable, Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., Creator/BettyGrable, Creator/DouglasFairbanksJr, and Cesar Romero.
9th Jan '17 5:39:16 PM nombretomado
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Not to be confused with the LeonardoDaVinci painting "Lady With an Ermine".

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Not to be confused with the LeonardoDaVinci Creator/LeonardoDaVinci painting "Lady With an Ermine".
2nd Mar '16 1:10:10 AM Mdumas43073
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An adaptation of a German {{Operetta}}, that was previously adapted into a stage play and a silent film. It starred BettyGrable, DouglasFairbanksJr, and CesarRomero.

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An A 1948 adaptation of a German {{Operetta}}, that was operetta, which had previously been adapted into a stage play and a silent film. It starred BettyGrable, DouglasFairbanksJr, Betty Grable, Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., and CesarRomero.
Cesar Romero.
16th Jun '15 3:51:14 AM Morgenthaler
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* ExecutiveMeddling: The endings of the previous versions [[spoiler:had Angelina getting back together with her husband. TwentiethCenturyFox executives thought that it would mean Angelina got away with infidelity, even though it was Francesca romancing the Colonel through a dream, so the ending was changed to Angelina and the Colonel getting together]].



* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: In several countries, this film doesn't have a DVD release. It's available in many countries in Europe.
19th Aug '14 3:18:38 PM Prfnoff
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This film was the last of ErnstLubitsch, who died just over a week after filming started. OttoPreminger took over, but asked not to be given a directorial credit out of respect for Lubitsch.

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This film was the last of ErnstLubitsch, Creator/ErnstLubitsch, who died just over a week after filming started. OttoPreminger Creator/OttoPreminger took over, but asked not to be given a directorial credit out of respect for Lubitsch.
16th Aug '13 1:46:40 PM ShadowHog
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* RuleOfSymbolism: InUniverse. When appealing to the 16th century invaders, Francesca wears an ermine coat to show her noble lineage, and bare feet (although with lack of FootFocus) to show she's being humble.

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* RuleOfSymbolism: InUniverse. When appealing to the 16th century invaders, Francesca wears an ermine coat to show her noble lineage, and bare feet (although with lack of FootFocus) to show she's being humble.
6th Jan '12 11:02:05 AM DragonQuestZ
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** The way the ermine coat is cut also seems designed to show off her lower legs.
21st Dec '11 12:56:42 PM DragonQuestZ
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Hope comes instead from a supernatural force. Francesca "The Lady in Ermine", a previous countess from three centuries ago had saved the castle before from invaders, wearing nothing but an ermine coat. The other ghosts in the castle appear and call on Francesca's spirit to once again save the day. It turns out Francesca's legendary act, and how she plans to save this nation again, aren't as simple as it seems.

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Hope comes instead from a supernatural force. Francesca "The Lady in Ermine", a previous countess from three centuries ago had saved the castle before from invaders, wearing nothing but an ermine coat.coat; even her feet were bare. The other ghosts in the castle appear and call on Francesca's spirit to once again save the day. It turns out Francesca's legendary act, and how she plans to save this nation again, aren't as simple as it seems.
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