- Acting of Lead Performers
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"Brief synopsis" is misleading
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!!!!
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!
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?
And why no other MacDonald/ Eddy films? Surely a boxed gift set is in order!
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
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.