Love Story (1970) - (Movie Clip) What Is It Your People Are In?
Driving his MG TC-Midget up to the doors of the Phipps Estate (Old Westbury, Long Island, NY) Oliver (Ryan ONeal) guides his less-affluent de-facto fianceè Jenny, from Rhode Island and Radcliffe, through a first meeting with his parents, Ray Milland (appearing in a film without his hairpiece, for the first time) and Katharine Balfour, in Love Story, 1970.
Love Story (1970) -- Academy Award Trailer
Composed almost entirely of still frames from the movie, with the full orchestral version of the hit theme from Frances Lais Academy Award-winning score, the post-release promotional trailer for the box office record-setting Love Story, 1970, starring Ryan ONeal and Ali MacGraw.
Love Story (1970) -- (Movie Clip) I Think You're Scared
Shooting around Harvard Yard in rain and snow, a favorite sequence from Erich Segals script, directed by Arthur Hiller, and a milestone in the relations between affluent Oliver (Ryan ONeal) and working-class Jenny (Ali MacGraw) in Love Story, 1970, which became the sixth highest-grossing picture ever made.
Love Story (1970) -- (Movie Clip) Never Say Love If You Don't Mean It
Following their first date (at his hockey game), Radcliffe gal Jenny (Ali MacGraw) with Harvard man Oliver (Ryan ONeal) who returns to join his roommates (including Tommy Lee Jones, one of author Erich Segals models for Olivers character), then chatting outside Harvard Stadium, in Love Story, 1970.
Love Story (1970) -- (Movie Clip) It's A New World
Location shooting in the Bronx to represent her Rhode Island hometown, Jenny (Ali McGraw) introduces her fiancè Oliver (Ryan ONeal), of the famous and affluent Barrett family, to her baker father (whom she calls Phil, John Marley), who immediately thinks he can mend fences in his family, in Love Story, 1970, directed by Arthur Hiller.
Love Story (1970) -- (Movie Clip) Open, I'm Smart And Poor
Gazing at the Wollman Rink in Central Park and reflecting, with the first use of the hit theme by Francis Lai, Ryan ONeal as Harvard blue-blood Oliver Barrett IV recalls his first meeting with Jenny (Ali MacGraw), from the Erich Segal screenplay (which he also adapted into the top selling novel of the same year), in the box office smash Love Story, 1970, directed by Arthur Hiller.