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A love story for the ages, with two older lovers facing death
I agree with the other commentators that this film is a rare, unseen gem. It was, I believe, the final film for both Mr. Fonda and Ms. Loy. It was, indeed produced by WCVB-TV in Boston as the result of a script competition. It was filmed in the Cape cod National Seashore in Truro, MA at Ballston Beach. I was vacationing there @ the time and was able to observe some of the shoot. I did not know that Loy&Fonda were involved and did not see any of the principal players. If I had known at the time that those two legends were there, WOW, that would have been great to see! I'd love to see it again. I highly recommend it. Though locally produced, it was well done. At that time, the then owners of WCVB were really into locally produced pieces.
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