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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

I'll Take Romance (1937) DVD-R

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Starring Grace Moore, Melvyn Douglas, Helen Westley, Stuart Erwin,

Margaret Hamilton

Directed by Edward H. Griffith



Print: black/white

Runtime: 90 min.

Genre: musical

Print Quality: B



Opera diva Grace Moore plays (what a stretch!) an opera diva in I'll Take

Romance. Moore reneges on an agreement to open the opera season in

Buenos Aires, opting instead for a better-paying job in Paris. Melvyn

Douglas, acting on behalf of the Buenos Aires company, pretends to fall

in love with Moore in order to win her back—but soon discovers to his

surprise that he's not pretending at all. Ms. Moore sings selections from

Manon Lescaut, Madama Butterfly and La Traviata. and also warbles the

title song, which became a hit and subsequently popped up as

background music in many a future Columbia production. I'll Take

Romance barely has a plot at all, though fans of Grace Moore weren't

complaining.

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Starring Grace Moore, Melvyn Douglas, Helen Westley, Stuart Erwin,
Margaret Hamilton
Directed by Edward H. Griffith

Print: black/white
Runtime: 90 min.
Genre: musical
Print Quality: B

Opera diva Grace Moore plays (what a stretch!) an opera diva in I'll Take
Romance. Moore reneges on an agreement to open the opera season in
Buenos Aires, opting instead for a better-paying job in Paris. Melvyn
Douglas, acting on behalf of the Buenos Aires company, pretends to fall
in love with Moore in order to win her back—but soon discovers to his
surprise that he's not pretending at all. Ms. Moore sings selections from
Manon Lescaut, Madama Butterfly and La Traviata. and also warbles the
title song, which became a hit and subsequently popped up as
background music in many a future Columbia production. I'll Take
Romance barely has a plot at all, though fans of Grace Moore weren't
complaining.

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