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Sweethearts(1938)

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  • "Brief synopsis" is misleading

    • Dereuff
    • 11/26/12

    The stars are not bickering, but very much in love; because they're planning to leave their hit Broadway show to go into movies, their producer is desperate to find a way to stop them. A plot to make the wife jealous succeeds, causing them to abandon their plans for Hollywood, but eventually she realizes her mistake and reunites with husband, producer, and Broadway for a happy ending.

  • Jeanette is ALWAYS wonderful!!!!

    • claire
    • 4/29/09

    Though I find "San Francisco" to be her best movie and "Naughty Marietta" and "Rose-Marie" next, "Sweethearts" is enjoyable for one reason: Jeanette Macdonald. She is the most multi-talented entertainer in the history of the silver screen. "Sweethearts" proves that Technicolor was made for the red-gold hair, blue-green eyes and peaches and cream complexion of Jeanette!! She will always be my favorite!!

  • Evening of Nelson and Jeanette!

    • Jan
    • 3/19/09

    I wish TCM would have a night devoted to Nelson and Jeanette. It was through TCM and Maytime, I because interested again in this wonderful duo. As great as Astaire and Rogers. Rosalie, and Girl of the Golden West and Naughty Marietta also.

  • Why isn't "Sweethearts"on DVD?

    • Robert
    • 3/29/08

    And why no other MacDonald/ Eddy films? Surely a boxed gift set is in order!

  • just wonderful

    • Deb
    • 7/4/06

    this is a great films.jeanette and nelson in color and modern 1930s dress.plus the music.what more can one want?

  • Outstanding Presentation of the Operetta Genre

    • Ivan Spahr
    • 3/20/06

    An absolutely delightful example of the Jeanette MacDonald-Nelson Eddy presentations enhanced by the addition of Technicolor. With the supberb music of Victor Herbert, this should be available for collectors.

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