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An Affair to Remember (2-Jul-1957)

Director: Leo McCarey

Writers: Delmer Daves; Leo McCarey; Mildred Cram

Music: Hugo Friedhofer

Producer: Jerry Wald

Keywords: Romantic Drama, Cruise, New York, New Year's Eve

Cary Grant is Nicky Ferrante, bachelor playboy who dabbles in painting, somehow engaged to be married; Deborah Kerr is Terry McKay, a nightclub singer turned schoolteacher. They meet and have a scorching affair on a transatlantic crossing, agreeing to meet six months later at the top of the Empire State Building if they are free of romantic commitments. Received Oscar nominations for Best Cinematography, Best Score, Best Original Song, and Best Costume Design.

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Fortunio Bonanova
Singer
13-Jan-1895 2-Apr-1969 Citizen Kane
Richard Denning
Actor
27-Mar-1914 11-Oct-1998 Gov. Grey on Hawaii 5-O
Cary Grant
Actor
18-Jan-1904 29-Nov-1986 North by Northwest
Deborah Kerr
Actor
30-Sep-1921 16-Oct-2007 From Here to Eternity
Neva Patterson
Actor
10-Feb-1920 14-Dec-2010 An Affair to Remember

CAST

Cary Grant   ...   Nickie Ferrante
Deborah Kerr   ...   Terry McKay
with
Richard Denning   ...   Kenneth Bradley
Neva Patterson   ...   Lois Clark
Cathleen Nesbitt   ...   Grandmother Janou
Robert Q. Lewis   ...   Announcer
Charles Watts   ...   Ned Hathaway
Fortunio Bonanova   ...   Courbet

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