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A despondent, lonely, and near-suicidal Chicago businessman and veteran WWII pilot is enticed to attend the 40th reunion of his old bombardment group in England. His recent professional and personal failures are briefly set aside as he and an unlikely companion travel to Fairborough and renew old memories. The romantic promise of rediscovered love is intruded upon by modern realities as the drama unfolds.Written by
Mitchum and Kerr - Simply Divine - And I finally got a copy
Watching the two of them in this fine, nostalgic re-pairing is like visiting with an old married couple still much in love! I have always loved both of these actors' work individually, but Mitchum and Kerr together are something rare and special on screen. If you have ever seen Heaven Knows Mr. Allison or The Sundowners or The Grass Is Always Greener then you know what I'm talking about! You just don't find chemistry like this anymore in the actors today. I was fortunate enough to find a great DVD by searching Bing for the title and movie lead. It is a treasure my own husband and I watch again and again. I am so glad that these true screen icons were able to work together one last time before leaving us.
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