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I Love You Again (9-Aug-1940)

Director: W. S. Van Dyke

Writers: Leon Gordon; Harry Kurnitz; Charles Lederer; George Oppenheimer; Maurine Watkins

From novel by: Octavus Roy Cohen

Keywords: Comedy, Amnesia

A businessman crossing the Atlantic jumps overboard to save another passenger, receiving a serious knock to the head. He recovers from long-suffering amnesia to discover that he is a confidence man. And his wife, who is planning on leaving him, he likes now very much and would like to win her back. While this unrolls, he and the passenger he rescued engage in a large-scale con against an entire town.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Charles Arnt
Actor
20-Aug-1906 6-Aug-1990 Remember the Night
Edmund Lowe
Actor
3-Mar-1890 21-Apr-1971 What Price Glory
Myrna Loy
Actor
2-Aug-1905 14-Dec-1993 The Thin Man
Frank McHugh
Actor
23-May-1898 11-Sep-1981 The Roaring Twenties
William Powell
Actor
29-Jul-1892 5-Mar-1984 My Man Godfrey
Carl Switzer
Actor
7-Aug-1927 21-Jan-1959 Alfalfa in Our Gang
Nella Walker
Actor
6-Mar-1886 22-Mar-1971 Mack and Walker
Pierre Watkin
Actor
29-Dec-1887 3-Feb-1960 Adventures of Superman

CAST

William Powell   ...   Larry Wilson / George Carey
Myrna Loy   ...   Kay Wilson
with
Frank McHugh   ...   Doc Ryan
Edmund Lowe   ...   Duke Sheldon
Donald Douglas   ...   Herbert
Nella Walker   ...   Kay's Mother
Carl Switzer   ...   Harkspur, Jr.
Pierre Watkin   ...   Mr. Sims
Paul Stanton   ...   Mr. Littlejohn
Morgan Wallace   ...   Mr. Belenson
Charles Arnt   ...   Billings

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