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Blu-ray Review - Boy on a Dolphin


Although sold as an exotic romance, 1957's "Boy on a Dolphin" is actually more effective as a mild adventure highlighting a battle of wills and financial gain. It marks the American film debut for Sophia Loren, who makes quite an impression here, playing up her unforgettable physical presence to help energize the feature, adding boldness to what otherwise would be a dry viewing experience concerning archeological finds and professional competition. "Boy on a Dolphin" is lush work from director Jean Negulesco, periodically showcasing real spirit when exploring Greek culture and the living seas, always at its finest when tensions mount and plans are hatched. Read the rest at Blu-ray.com


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