In Cornwall during World War II, a half-blind airman falls for a pianist with a weak heart
They had but a few weeks – to live a lifetime of love!
Novelettish love story that became popular because of its Cornish Rhapsody. (Halliwell’s)
Main title from Love Story (1944). In Cornwall during World War II, a half-blind airman falls for a pianist with a weak heart.
Lissa (Margaret Lockwood) manages to resist the advances of the blunt, rugged Kit (Stewart Granger).
Kit (Stewart Granger) takes Lissa (Margaret Lockwood) out on his boat to catch mackerel on a string.
Hideaways holiday cottages publishes an article about Cornwall’s contribution to British film history.
The spectacular outdoor play scenes were filmed at Cornwall’s world-famous, open-air Minack Theatre, although bad weather forced a number of the scenes to be shot in a studio mock-up.
- Director / Writer (screenplay)
J W Drawbell
- Writer (story)
- Writer (additional dialogue)
- Writer (screenplay)
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- Production company
Eagle-Lion Distributors Limited
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