"...an early exponent of cinematic charm, still looks good and talks good..."
|With Deborah Kerr.|
An Affair to Remember - Review is taken from 'The Films of Cary Grant' by Donald Deschner (1973):
"Leo McCarey has had the good sense not to pretend that this romantic comedy is ever anything more than that, meanwhile exploiting a quality so long absent from the screen that it comes through with all the force of a brand new discovery - namely, charm. Jerry Wald, the producer, observed that one reason there were so few real love stories being made any more was because there were so few actors who could play them convincingly. "Today's actors," he said, "either look good and talk lousy or they look lousy and talk good." Well, Cary Grant, an early exponent of cinematic charm, still looks good and talks good - and his graceful performance as a playboy is one good reason for seeing this film."
- Arthur Knight, Saturday Review
|New Artwork by Rebekah Hawley at Studio36 -|
Number 62 - An Affair to Remember (Lobby Card Style)
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