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Together Again (1944) was a Comedy - Romance Film directed by Charles Vidor and produced by Virginia Van Upp.

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Together Again (1944): Boyer and Dunne

By 4 Star Film Fan on Jul 10, 2021 From 4 Star Films

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 is... Read full article


Feminist Political Flicks: Together Again

By Judy on Oct 20, 2020 From Cary Grant Won't Eat You

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 full article


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

By Judy on May 17, 2017 From Cary Grant Won't Eat You

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 forgettable... Read full article


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

By carole_and_co on Dec 20, 2015 From Carole & Co.

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 full article


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

By carole_and_co on Dec 20, 2015 From Carole & Co.

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 full article


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Quotes from

Anne Crandall: [Defending her life] It's comfortable
Jonathan Crandall Sr: You're too young to be comfortable.
Anne Crandall: I have, you, you miserable old reprobate!
Jonathan Crandall Sr: I can think of a couple of things you haven't got.
Anne Crandall: What?
Jonathan Crandall Sr: Well, tou're a widow!
Anne Crandall: Yes?
Jonathan Crandall Sr: And, uh, don't be so darn difficult.


Jonathan Crandall Sr: [to Anne] It also seems that you're a big shot in your office and an nonentity at home.


Maid: There's only three things can start a woman talkin' to herself: her bank account, her man, and her reputation, aand they all three the same things, ain't they?
Anne Crandall: My my, it certainly is philosophical out tonight.


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Facts about

"The Screen Guild Theater" broadcast a 60 minute radio adaptation of the movie on May 3, 1951 with Irene Dunne and Charles Boyer reprising their film roles.
"Lux Radio Theater" broadcast a 60 minute radio adaptation of the movie onDecember 9, 1946 with Irene Dunne reprising her film role.
"The Screen Guild Theater" broadcast a 30 minute radio adaptation of the movie on June 16, 1949 with Irene Dunne reprising her film role.
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