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Irene Dunne and Charles Boyer are magnificent as American singer Terry McKay and French painter Michel Marnet whose ocean liner romance before their respective marriages turns into more than either had expected. Will the pair's plan to meet again in six months' time at the top of the Empire State Building, prove they were meant to be together... or will fate intervene? Classic screen love story, remade as 1957's "An Affair to Remember" and again in 1994, co-stars Maria Ouspenskaya. 87 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English Uncompressed PCM mono; Subtitles: English (SDH); interviews; radio adaptations; bonus shorts "Lokking for Sally" (1925), "Mighty Like a Moose" (1926); essay.
Irene Dunne and Charles Boyer are magnificent as American singer Terry McKay and French painter Michel Marnet whose ocean liner romance before their respective marriages turns into more than either had expected. Will the pair's plan to meet again in six months' time at the top of the Empire State Building, prove they were meant to be together... or will fate intervene? Classic screen love story, remade as 1957's "An Affair to Remember" and again in 1994, co-stars Maria Ouspenskaya. 87 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English Uncompressed PCM mono; Subtitles: English (SDH); interviews; radio adaptations; bonus shorts "Lokking for Sally" (1925), "Mighty Like a Moose" (1926); essay.
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Irene Dunne and Charles Boyer are magnificent as American singer Terry McKay and French painter Michel Marnet whose ocean liner romance before their respective marriages turns into more than either had expected. Will the pair's plan to meet again in six months' time at the top of the Empire State Building, prove they were meant to be together... or will fate intervene? Classic screen love story, remade as 1957's "An Affair to Remember" and again in 1994, co-stars Maria Ouspenskaya. 87 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English Uncompressed PCM mono; Subtitles: English (SDH); interviews; radio adaptations; bonus shorts "Lokking for Sally" (1925), "Mighty Like a Moose" (1926); essay.
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