French playboy Michel Marnet and American Terry McKay fall in love aboard ship. They arrange to reunite 6 months later, after Michel has had a chance to earn a decent living. Written by
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Did You Know?
"Lux Radio Theater" broadcast a 60 minute radio adaptation of the movie on July 6, 1942 with Charles Boyer
and Irene Dunne
reprising their film roles. See more
When Irene Dunne and Charles Boyer are on the ship during the day and they are next to the railing talking and reading their letters, the ocean is moving behind them. Just after the close up on Dunne, she turns and faces the ocean, but you can see the shadow of her head on the screen that displays the ocean. See more
What are you trying to say, Michel?
I'm trying to say that it would take me six months to find out if I'm worthy to say what's in my heart.
Oh, that's just about the nicest thing...
Opening credits are on pages of a book, through which someone is paging. See more
Featured in That Happy Couple
Music by Johann Martini
Libretto by Jean-Pierre Claris de Florian
Performed by Irene Dunne
with Maria Ouspenskaya
Played often in the score See more