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Most Romantic Couple

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Wow!!!! Those are some Great Couples. and they made some of the _*Best*_ Movies Ever!!! TCM does a great job of spreading the word and giving everyone the information on all of these amazing teams.

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I have so many, but here are some:

 

Gregory Peck and Audrey Hepburn in 'Roman Holiday'

Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn in 'Woman of The Year'

Montgomery Clift and Elizabeth Taylor in 'A Place in The Sun'

Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward in 'The Long Hot Summer'

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For most romantic couple in a non-comedy, I agree with whoever said Greer Garson and Ronald Colman in "Random Harvest".It was also said about this film that never, in a movie, has the English language been spoken so beautifully.

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Bogart & Bacall - To have or have not

Powell & Loy - All the Thin Men Series

Grant & Loy - Mr Blanding Builds His Dream House

Di Caprio & Winslet - Titantic

Grant & Kerr- An Affair to Remember

Gere & Lane - Unfaithful

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I love a devoted married pair in romances. Charles Boyer and Claudette Colbert in Tovarich, for example. Their characters were wonderfully romantic and devoted to one another, and of course the back and forth married-couple banter was lots of good fun. Also William Powell and Myrna Loy in The Thin Man movies--they were so good together!

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Charles Boyer and Jennifer Jones -- Cluny Brown

Charles Boyer and Claudette Colbert -- Tovarich

Charles Boyer and Irene Dunne -- Love Affair, Together Again

William Powell and Myrna Loy -- The Thin Man series, Libeled Lady

Cary Grant and Katharine Hepburn -- The Philadelphia Story, Bringing Up Baby, Holiday

Cary Grant and Jean Arthur -- Talk of the Town

John Wayne and Maureen O'hara -- The Quiet Man

James Stewart and Margaret Sullivan -- The Shop Around The Corner

James Stewart and Jean Arthur -- You Can't Take It With You

Charles Boyer and Jean Arthur -- History Is Made At Night

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Garbo and Taylor in Camille

 

Garbo and Gilbert in Flesh and the Devil

 

Garbo and Gilbert in Woman of Affairs

 

 

Garbo and Gable in Susan Lenox

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Agree with Stewart and Sullavan in SHOP AROUND THE CORNER. Also, Colman and Garson in RANDOM HARVEST, Lemmon and Maclaine in THE APARTMENT, Hudson and Day in LOVER COME BACK

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> {quote:title=arlenemccarthy wrote:}{quote}

> I always cry tears, of joy, while watching Random Harvest

 

I think we have a lot in common, ;)

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_Judy Garland and Gene Kelly_ had INTENSE chemistry. They make the screen a little steamy when they kiss the second time near the end of *Summer Stock*. Seriously, I break a sweat and have to look away! I was a little miffed that they didn't make the TCM book of most romantic couples.

 

_Vivien Leigh and Robert Taylor_ in *Waterloo Bridge* are unforgettable and heart-breaking. It was both of their favourite film for a reason. Their characters a had deep-running, true love that's only found in movies. If you haven't seen *Waterloo Bridge* yet, you are missing out. Watch it.

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Garbo & Gilbert - Flesh of the Devil

Bergman & Bogart - Casablanca

Cary Grant & Constance Bennett - Topper

Bogart & Bacall - The Big Sleep. Hedy Lamarr & Spencer Tracy -Tortilla Flat

Paul Newman - Pier Angeli - Somebody Up There Likes Me

Clark Gable & Ava Gardner - Mogambo

Grace Kelly & Bing Crosby - High Society

Jimmy Stewart & Grace Kelly - Rear Window

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Interesting choices for these reasons:

 

Bergman & Bogart - Casablanca (Bergman is married and leaves with her husband who isn't Bogie)

Cary Grant & Constance Bennett - Topper (both of them are dead)

Grace Kelly & Bing Crosby - High Society (they are divorced but at least they end up together)

Clark Gable & Ava Gardner - Mogambo (Gable is with Kelly most of the film)

Jimmy Stewart & Grace Kelly - Rear Window (they break up during the movie and it isn't clear if either is going to compromise so they can stay together).

 

But hey, no one ever said romance isn't complex!

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These were probably all mentioned I am sure but my favorite onscreen romances

 

Cary Grant/Katharine Hepburn

Cary Grant/Irene Dunne

Fred Astaire/Ginger Rogers

Humphrey Bogart/Lauren Bacall

William Powell/Myrna Loy

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I don't think anyone has mentioned Cody Jarrett and his mom. Or Norman Bates and his. Seriously, its William Powell and Myrna Loy in a landslide.

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I'm going to have to swoon and agree with the folks who said Random Harvest. Oh, and I can't forget Deborah Kerr and Cary Grant in An Affair To Remember. How about Gene Kelly and Debbie Reynolds in Singin' In The Rain? The "You Are My Lucky Star" scene at the end gets me every single time! Actually, this is way too difficult of a decision for me. I'm a sap for romantic movie couples.

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I like most of the ones mentioned. Not sure if anyone has mentioned it but I think Gene Raymond and Ann Sothern went well with each other. It looks like they had fun together.

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