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Last Time I Saw Paris, The (1954)
Starring: Elizabeth Taylor, Roger Moore, Van Johnson, Walter Pidgeon, Donna Reed, Eva Gabor, Gene Coogan, Sandy Descher, Celia Lovsky, Odette, Ann Codee, Josette Deegan, Gilda Fontana
Director: Richard Brooks
Category: Drama
Studio: Westlake Media
116 mins



Love And Tragedy In The City Of Lights...

Based on F. Scott Fitzgerald's Babylon Revisited, this romantic drama is set during post-WW II high society Paris. Writer and war veteran Charles Wills (Van Johnson) returns to the Left Bank to reminisce about his life after the liberation of the City of Lights. There he meets wealthy American eccentric James Ellswirth (Walter Pidgeon) and his daughters, Marion (Donna Reed) and the beautiful but frivolous Helen (Elizabeth Taylor). Although Marion loves Charles, he marries Helen instead, and the two begin a family. Their happiness soon spirals into tragedy when Charles gives up writing but they continue to squander money recklessly on their fun-loving lifestyle.