A Love Affair from 1932
I wrote here a couple of days ago about a movie from 1939, Love Affair, with Charles Boyer, a love story famous in the history of cinema, followed by remakes, as celebrated as the original version had been, with the fatal lover impersonated in 1957 by Cary Grant and in 1994 by Warren Beatty.
Actually there was another Love Affair in 1932, with Humphrey Bogart and Dorothy Mackaill. That time the director was Thornton Freeland. So it came earlier than the movie from 1939. However it was another love affair, a totally different story: a rich socialite (Dorothy Mackaill) falling for an airplane designer (Humphrey Bogart), who happened to be also a very tough fly instructor. You will find the story at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Love_Affair_%281932_film%29, here are two fragments from the movie. Enjoy!
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