Three Coins in the Fountain ★★½

Dull, unmemorable triple romance story set among three American secretaries in Rome is badly written and full of mediocre acting; its one saving grace is that director Negulesco makes use of the Cinemascope frame for travel porn, which is somewhat better than Fox's usual application of it to overblown period films. The opening montage set to Frank Sinatra is nice. But this is an extremely dated, superficial idea of classed-up entertainment, not funny or sexy and not nearly as "adult" as it thinks it is.