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Rated PG · 113 minutes

George Stevens's last film (1969), arguably one of his lesser efforts, is Frank D. Gilroy's adaptation of his own play, set in Las Vegas but filmed in Paris, about a romance between a chorus girl (Elizabeth Taylor) and a gambler (Warren Beatty). It seems that "the only game in town" isn't gambling but marriage; it also seems that Stevens was interested in recapturing some of the charm of his 30s and 40s comedies, but the conceit doesn't take flight. With Charles Braswell and Hank Henry.

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