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Second Honeymoon(1937)

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  • Sweethearts of the Silver Screen

    • AJ
    • 5/10/14

    Loretta Young and Tyrone Power enjoyed a couple of years as Hollywood's "Sweethearts of the silver screen." They made several movies together, including Second Honeymoon, which to me is the weakest in terms of story. It plays a lot like the Palm Beach Story, which is similarly silly both in story and acting, but somehow has the reputation of being a gem--how or why is a mystery. Regardless, Loretta and Ty are beautiful beyond belief, individually and together, and being able to see them in any context, even Second Honeymoon, is worth a look. Beautiful portrait photos of the two of them by George Hurrell date from this time.

  • Ty and Loretta Shine

    • dcb
    • 8/9/13

    They were a terrific on screen pair and played wonderfully together. Both Loretta Young and Tyrone Power were at their most attractive and glamorous in this light weight tale about a divorced couple who can 't keep their eyes off each other. They light up the screen in this fun and breezy story with good supporting players and luxurious sets. Typical of Depression Era escapist movies. People needed to be transported from cares of everyday and Hollywood filled the bill with movies like this. No complicated message, just meant to be enjoyed at face value.

  • Second Honeymoon (1937)

    • James Higgins
    • 4/14/10

    Light and breezy romantic comedy, very typical of it's time. Nothing outstanding, a rather routine minor film. It's pleasing, but has been done better many times before. Likable cast, Tyrone Power and Loretta Young make a handsome couple. The supporting cast is great, especially Stuart Erwin.

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