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of yesterday and today in a season of their most memorable films
The famous comedy partnership
MYRNA LOY and WILLIAM POWELL in I Love You Again with Edmund Lowe , Frank McHugh
Based on an original story by LEON GORDON and MAURINE WATKINS
Directed by W. S. Van Dyke II
Recovery from a nine-year bout of amnesia causes a man untold problems. Was he married, was he wealthy, was he popular? Eventually he returns to his home town to find the answer.


Unknown: Myrna Loy
Unknown: William Powell
Unknown: Edmund Lowe
Unknown: Frank McHugh
Unknown: Charles Lederer
Unknown: George Oppenheimer
Unknown: Harry Kurnitz
Story By: Leon Gordon
Story By: Maurine Watkins
Directed By: W. S. van Dyke
Kay Wilson: Myrna Loy
Larry Wilson: William Powell
George Carey: William Powell
Duke Sheldon: Edmund Lowe
' Doc ' Ryan: Frank McHugh
Herbert: Donald Douglas
Kay's mother: Nella Walker

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