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Together Again (1944): Boyer and Dunne

4 Star Films Posted by 4 Star Film Fan on Jul 10, 2021

The film’s title couldn’t be more true as Irene Dunne and Charles Boyer pooled their talents for a third go-around, and what a pleasant experience it is. If it wasn’t evidenced by the soaring romance and light comedy of Love Affair and Beyond Tomorrow, they share that thing that i read more

Feminist Political Flicks: Together Again

Cary Grant Won't Eat You Posted by Judy on Oct 20, 2020

Together Again (1944) is one of those curious rom-coms that’s so entertaining it’s hard to understand why it isn’t well known. It pits a wised-up, small-town, widowed mayor (Irene Dunne) against her crafty father-in-law (Charles Coburn). She is devoted to her town and to commemorat read more

What’s in a Name?: Together Again (1944)

Cary Grant Won't Eat You Posted by Judy on May 17, 2017

I have a sophisticated theory about why the Irene Dunne vehicle Together Again (1944) is never on any best-of, favorites, or romantic comedy lists despite the many joys of viewing it: the title sucks. And when I say it sucks, I mean it’s the WORST TITLE I CAN IMAGINE. It’s so forgettabl read more

'Screenland,' July 1936: Together again, but not in 'that' way

Carole & Co. Posted by carole_and_co on Dec 20, 2015

For a couple of the 1930s, the relationship between Carole Lombard and William Powell appears refreshingly modern. They married, soon discovered they made better friend tha lovers...and so that's what they did, divorcing amicably but remaining close. So close, in fact, that soon after their split th read more

'Screenland,' July 1936: Together again, but not in 'that' way

Carole & Co. Posted by carole_and_co on Dec 20, 2015

For a couple of the 1930s, the relationship between Carole Lombard and William Powell appears refreshingly modern. They married, soon discovered they made better friends than lovers...and so that's what they did, divorcing amicably but remaining close. So close, in fact, that soon after their split read more

The Barrymore Trilogy Blogathon: Carole and John, together again

Carole & Co. Posted by carole_and_co on Aug 13, 2015

I recently came across a wonderful banner on the Internet, one whose message I agree with -- and I'm sure Carole Lombard would've too (though I doubt "cool" was used as a term beyond describing temperature in her time):Integrity was among the many reasons Carole ranked among the most popular people read more

The Barrymore Trilogy Blogathon: Carole and John, together again

Carole & Co. Posted by carole_and_co on Aug 13, 2015

I recently came across a wonderful banner on the Internet, one whose message I agree with -- and I'm sure Carole Lombard would've too (though I doubt "cool" was used as a term beyond describing temperature in her time):Integrity was among the many reasons Carole ranked among the most popular people read more

Together Again (1944)

Flickers in Time Posted by Beatrice on Dec 2, 2014

Together Again Directed by Charles Vidor Written by Virginia Van Upp and F. Hugh Herman; story by Stanley Russell and Herbert Biberman 1944/USA Columbia Pictures Corporation First viewing/Netflix Rental This mostly preposterous romantic comedy is held together by the charm of the performances. An read more

Veep & Together Again: Hollywood & Female Leadership

Cary Grant Won't Eat You Posted by Judy on May 8, 2014

Sometimes the stars align, and you can convert hours of procrastination into productivity. At least, that’s what I’m telling myself about this week’s blog post, which is the result of a Veep marathon and viewing of two Irene Dunne films in a row. Call it a stretch or serendipity, but I keep observin read more

Paging Art Fern! Carson and Classic Hollywood Together Again on TCM

Cinematically Insane Posted by Will McKinley on Jun 6, 2013

From 1962 until his retirement in 1992, Johnny Carson ruled the late night airwaves with wit, grace, and the occasional feathered turban. He wasn’t the first emcee of NBC’s The Tonight Show, nor the last, but he is universally considered the best. And now, two decades after his final sig read more