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In the mid 1960’s, Paramount Pictures was facing an uncertain future when industrialist Charles Bluhdorn (of Gulf + Western) bought the studio and hired former actor turned producer Robert Evans as part of the new management; a couple of years after that, Evans rose to the head of production and the studio soon began to reap the benefits of that harvest with the commercial and critical successes of films like Rosemary’s Baby (1968), Romeo and Juliet (also 1968) and True Grit (1969). The studio’s restored reputation for commercial success would rise even higher with Love Story, a straightforward little tearjerker. While it was previously released on both DVD and Blu-ray, Paramount has revisited the film for its Paramount Presents line in honor of its 50th anniversary.



Love Story (1970)



Released: 16 Dec 1970
Rated: PG
Runtime: 100 min




Director: Arthur Hiller
Genre: Drama...

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ArnoldLayne

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Thanks for the insightful review. I agree with all the positive comments, and if there were any negative ones, I will disagree with those. LOL
Yeah, it's a favorite of mine, and I'm very glad to own this lovely disc ...
 

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