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The Girl Who Had Everything Details


A good man tries to warn his daughter away from a bad man who has stolen her heart in this melodrama. Steve Latimer ([[Performer~P57536~William Powell~williampowell]]) is a successful defense attorney who has gone out of his way to give his daughter Jean ([[Performer~P70015~Elizabeth Taylor~elizabethtaylor]]) every advantage in life. However, Steve's generosity and open minded attitude begin to backfire on him when Jean decides to throw off her boyfriend, the solid and sensible Vance Court ([[Performer~P78166~Gig Young~gigyoung]]), in favor of Victor Ramondi ([[Performer~P98524~Fernando Lamas~fernandolamas]]), a handsome but dangerous man with criminal connections whom Steve is representing. Steve tries to warn Jean away from Victor, but she remains undeterred, and accepts his proposal of marriage, even as the authorities tighten their grip on Victor and his crime syndicate. The Girl Who Had Everything was a remake of the 1931 [[Performer~P65025~Norma Shearer~normashearer]] vehicle [[Feature~V18556~A Free Soul~afreesoul]]. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi


Elizabeth Taylor
as Jean Latimer
Fernando Lamas
as Victor Y. Ramondi
William Powell
as Steve Latimer
Gig Young
as Vance Court
James Whitmore
as Charles "Chico" Menlow
Robert Burton
as John Ashmond
Dee Turnell
Elmer Peterson
as Himself
Pat O'Malley
as Senate Board Member
Anthony Warde
Frank Dae
as Old Man Kinkaid
Emory Parnell
as Auctioneer
George Sherwood
Dan Riss
as Counsel
Bobby Johnson
as Attendant
Paul Harvey
as Sen. Drummond
George Brand
Jonathan Cott
Philip Van Zandt
as Colleague
Dean Miller
as Radio Announcer
Harry Bartell
as Joe
Perry Sheehan
Earl Hodgins
as Spotter
Jack Sterling
as Cab Driver


Richard Thorpe
Armand Deutsch
Art Cohn
Paul Vogel
Andre Previn
Composer (Music Score)
Randall Duell
Art Director
Cedric Gibbons
Art Director
Edwin B. Willis
Set Designer
Helen Rose
Costume Designer
Sid Sidman
First Assistant Director
William J. Tuttle