Pier Angeli and Gene Kelly on the set of The Devil Makes Three.
The Devil Makes Three
Directed by Andrew Marton
Produced by Richard Goldstone
Written by Lawrence P. Bachmann and Jerry Davis
Starring Pier Angeli, Gene Kelly, Richard Egan
Music by Max Steiner
Cinematography Václav Vích
Editing by Ben Lewis
Distributed by Loew’s Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Release date September 19, 1952
Gene Kelly shelved his dancing shoes again for The Devil Makes Three, as a US serviceman returning to Germany and falling for Pier Angeli amid clouds of neo-Nazi intrigue. The Jerry Davis script from a Lawrence Bachmann story had suspense and a rousing chase climax; but the public never responded so well to the dramatic Kelly. - The MGM Story, by John Douglas Eames
THE DEVIL MAKES THREE 1952 - Gene Kelly and Pier Angeli (directed by Andrew Marton).