|Producer(s)||D.W. Griffith (uncredited)|
|Top Genres||Drama, Silent Films|
Romance (1920) was a Drama - Silent Films Film directed by Chester Withey and produced by D.W. Griffith.
Love Me or Leave Me (1955) - A Bad RomanceBy FlickChick on Sep 29, 2021 From A Person in the Dark
This is my entry in The Biopic Blogathon, hosted by Hometowns to Hollywood. Click here for more favorite biopics. They’re all true, right?My heart explodes with love for this film. It has everything that enchants me about the movies. It may never make the list of the greatest films ever made,... Read full article
Middle of the Night (1959): Chayefsky Does May-December RomanceBy 4 Star Film Fan on Jun 3, 2021 From 4 Star Films
Middle of The Night proves instantly placeable thanks to its black-and-white, New York streets aesthetic. Although the name Paddy Chayefsky, emblazoned over the credits, gives us as much of an inclination of the story we are about to experience. Because to this day, his name carries with it a hallow... Read full article
On Blu-ray: Laurence Olivier and Diane Lane in A Little Romance (1979)By KC on Mar 27, 2020 From Classic Movies
In a time where virtually the whole human race is feeling the absence of loved ones, the charming A Little Romance (1979) has become a more bittersweet film. When I recently watched the movie on a new Blu-ray from Warner Archive, I appreciated it as a timeless tribute to many aspects of love and a t... Read full article
'This is romance. This is devotion. This is love.' Hitchcock style, that is.By carole_and_co on Feb 23, 2020 From Carole & Co.
Carole Lombard had built a reputation for unpredictability over the years. So in the fall of 1940, it shouldn't have beenthat much of a surprise that after four consecutive dramatic films, she'd return to comedy -- her most popular genre -- by calling on the master of suspense to direct her.Alfred H... Read full article
Murphy’s Romance (1985)By 4 Star Film Fan on Apr 11, 2019 From 4 Star Films
Despite the pure 80s-ness of the synths, I cannot help but be charmed by Carol King’s vocals in the opening track to go along with an entire score she composed for this film. It introduces an understated tale of a young divorced mother (Sally Field) and her son (Corey Haim) who are setting up ... Read full article
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Adapted from a Broadway play by Edward Sheldon. The original stage production of "Romance" also starred Doris Keane as Rita Cavallini; it opened at Maxine Elliott's Theatre in New York on Feb. 10, 1913 and ran for 160 performances.
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