Cinema: The New Pictures, Apr. 27, 1959

Count Your Blessings (M-G-M). A vague young Englishman (Tom Helmore), known to his friends as "a bit of a clot," has a parting word for the suave Marquis de Valhubert (Rossano Brazzi), who is flying off for a London leave during World War II. "Look up old Grace." Old Grace is his young fiancee. The marquis looks Grace up—and down. "We will marry immediately," he announces. They marry. Four days later the marquis heads back to the wars, and poor Grace (Deborah Kerr) has nothing to do but stitch rugs and eat for two...

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