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whoa! it's getting CINEMAXy in here!



I am sad to say that I could not find a .gif which shows the best part of the scene. It is after they are on the floor that his sister looks through an overhead hatch. 


To give equal time to the other side(s):





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Maybe not what the O.P. had in mind for this thread. But I've always thought that She Wore a Yellow Ribbon (1949) featured one of John Wayne's most romantic characters in his obvious love for his long-dead wife.



That shot of Duke reminds me of the Oscar winning performance of another of John Ford's old cast of regulars...Ben Johnson here, and as he reminisces about a lost love of his in THE LAST PICTURE SHOW...



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How about Albert Finney and Joyce Redmond after a sexually charged dinner at a country inn in Tony Richardson's 1963 Best Picture winner "Tom Jones"? 




One of the great scenes. Forgive the correction to the name of a great actress: Joyce Redman.

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Here are some romantic photos from television series.  TV series are almost invariably less professional than great movies, but they do have the advantage of length and thereby providing nuance and depth to a romance (along with a lot a predictable chaff).










Baby Daddy



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23 hours ago, skimpole said:







Love this movie. It has heart and quite a few good laughs (especially from John Candy as Hanks' smart aleck brother). 

Forget Meg Ryan, I actually think Daryl Hannah was Hanks' best leading lady (even though this was the only movie they made together but I think he had more chemistry with her than he ever had with Ryan, in my all probable-in-the-minority opinion).

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