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  1. I'm trying to find the title of a classic movie (1940s or 50s). It begins with a man who has been drinking wrecking his car with a woman (not his wife) in the passenger seat following a party at his home. The accident occurs at night across the road from a neighboring cottage that a designer/artist woman (from NYC I believe) has rented for the summer to work on her designs for a magazine. As the movie goes on, the man is unhappily married to his wife, works for his wife's father, and falls in love with the woman in the cottage. Scenes from the movie include the wife bringing a basket of flower
  2. So, here it is: There was a short on TCM Extras, two friends talking about infidelity among women. The first man happens to be cheating on his wife with another woman. He declares his wife would never do such a thing to him. I think the second man was not quite so sure about women always being faithful to their lovers and husbands. The conversation goes on and eventually the cheater leaves. It turns out his wife is cheating on HIM with his best friend/the other guy in the room he was just talking to. I'm entirely unsure about it being a Vitaphone short, but maybe it is? Has anyone ever
  3. Hi everyone! I have been trying to figure out the name of this movie for almost two years now, it was AMAZING and for the life of me cannot figure it out! I have a few basic details but everytime i search i come up empty handed so I figured why not go to TCM. Well, here it goes! Basically the movie surrounds a young girl who moves to New York to become an actress . She meets a man on a balcony during a party and they have a conversation on what they do as a career, he's an artist. jumping ahead the girl ends up working as a secretary for a gentleman who lives in the building in which t
  4. I saw a movie several months ago-a year ago on TCM. It was probably made sometime in late 40 s, 50 s, or very early 60 s. It was about a woman whose husband began an affair with a woman who worked as a perfume salesman at a department store. A friend (very nosey) found out. Her mother advised her to ignore it. However, she ended up divorcing her husband and moving down south (Possibly South America?) somewhere where a bunch of divorced ladies went. Her ex-husband married the woman and she was making him miserable while spending lots of money. So the woman realizes she loves her husband and
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