Mario Lanza appeared in seven films during his brief career: That Midnight Kiss (released 1949), The Toast of New Orleans (1950), The Great Caruso (1951), Because You're Mine (1952), Serenade (1956), Seven Hills of Rome (1958), and For the First Time (1959). Which of these movies do you like best? You are allowed only one choice!
This essay (with film clips) may help. After you have made your selection, you are welcome to post a comment on the poll. You may also enjoy reading (and participating in) our forum discussion on Lanza's films here.
While you're considering your choice, here are popular scenes from four of Lanza's films, Serenade, The Great Caruso, For the First Time, and Because You're Mine.