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Love Is A Many-Splendored Thing (1955)
Starring: William Holden, Jennifer Jones, Thorin Thatcher
Director: Henry King
Category: Drama, Classic
Studio: 20th Century Fox
English, Spanish
102 mins



"Rarely Has The Screen Given Us A Sensitive Love Story Told With Such Delicate Grace."-Los Angeles Herald Examiner

Jennifer Jones portrays one of cinema's most memorable characters in this "literate, intelligent...completely persuasive love story," (Newsweek) nominated for eight Academy Awards including Best Picture.

When Eurasian doctor and widow Han Suyin (Jones) meets Mark Elliott, an American correspondent (William Holden) stationed in Hong Kong, she is captivated by his tenderness and insight.He finds her beauty and grace equally irresistible and they begin an intensely passionate affair.

Based on a true story and filmed on location in Hong Kong, this "beautiful, absorbing" (Variety) film is a timeless classic."Irresistible romantic appeal...a pictorial poem." (Hollywood Reporter)