Rains Came, The - (Re-issue Trailer)
An affair between a Hindu doctor (Tyrone Power) and a British noblewoman (Myrna Loy) is disrupted when The Rains Came (1939).
Rains Came, The (1939) -- (Movie Clip) Have You Become Fond Of Money?
Ransome (George Brent), an idle British painter long resident in a fictional Indian state, chats with Lady Edwina (Myrna Loy), after having discovered to their mutual surprise that she, the wife of a visiting lord, is also his old flame, in The Rains Came, 1939, also starring Tyrone Power.
Rains Came, The (1939) -- (Movie Clip) Sentimental Nonsense
Idealistic Indian military doctor Major Safti (Tyrone Power) is giving Lady Edwina (Myrna Loy), the bored wife of a visiting British nobleman, a tour of local attractions, in The Rains Came, 1939, from the novel by the acclaimed American author Louis Bromfield.
Rains Came, The (1939) -- (Movie Clip) Cast Iron Petticoat
From the opening scene, Brit artist Ransome (George Brent) and local doctor Major Safti (Tyrone Power) discuss the former's inertia and the state of contemporary India, a missionary mother and daughter (Marjorie Rambeau, Brenda Joyce) visiting, in The Rains Came, 1939, co-starring Myrna Loy.