Cinema: The New Pictures, Apr. 22, 1957

Boy on a Dolphin (20th Century-Fox). "For me," says Sophia Loren in her first Hollywood part, "plenty of money is enough." After this picture, Actress Loren will probably be able to write her own definition of plenty, and Hollywood will be glad to pay it.

Sophia is cast as an Aegean sponge diver. One day, as this Aphrodite rises dripping from the wave, her aphrodisian bosom is heaving with excitement. She has discovered a piece of ancient Greek sculpture—a golden boy on a bronze dolphin — which has lain for 2,000 years on the floor of the Aegean. Sophia is determined to...

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