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The Luck of the Irish DVD (1948) Tyrone Power- Anne Baxter / I'll Never Forget You (1951) Tyrone Power - Ann Blythe / Double Feature Movie

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Luck of the Irish (1948, 99 min.) A political writer finds out what really matters in life when he crosses paths with a leprechaun. While traveling Ireland, American correspondent Steve Fitzgerald (Tyrone Power) meets Horace (Cecil Kellaway), an elfin-like man who leads him to an inn run by Nora (Anne Baxter). And when Nora tells Steve that he probably met a leprechaun, Steve catches and demands gold! But back home, when Steve realizes his romance with politico D.C. Augur's (Lee J. Cobb) daughter Frances (Jayne Meadows) are no longer a priority, it's Horace who leads Steve back to where his heart truly belongs. I'll Never Forget You (1951, 90 min.) Peter Standish (Tyrone Power) is living in an 18th-century house on Berkeley Square where his distant relative - also Peter Standish - once lived centuries before. But when he is struck by lightning, he suddenly finds himself in the 18th Century! Peter meets his ancestor's fiancée Kate Pettigrew (Beatrice Campbell) but it is her sister, Helen (Ann Blyth) with whom he falls in love. As Peter tries to hide his true, modern identity, a jealous Kate makes trouble and before long, Peter finds himself back in the present where his true love might not be lost after all.

Product Details

  • Actors: Tyrone Power, Ann Blyth, Anne Baxter, Lee J. Cobb, James Todd
  • Directors: Roy Ward Baker, Henry Koster
  • Format: Black & White
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: 20th Century Fox
  • Run Time: 198 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001DIK7OC
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #139,654 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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This review is partially in response to the other review for this
double feature...I did not notice any problems with the sound on
either film. For those who may find color and tints of interest,
The Luck Of The Irish can be watched in a tinted green version (during the Ireland sequences) or in the alternate black and white version. I'll Never Forget You begins in black and white and then is transformed into beautiful color when Tyrone Power is mysteriously sent back in time. I found these effects added to the enjoyment of the films.
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I love the movie, I'll Never Forget You {1948}, I saw it as a young girl and it was just wonderful seeing it again after so many years. It got here quickly and in perfect shape. Good quality for the money.
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I don't care about "Luck of the Irish(although I visited Ireland)but "I'll never forget you" is immortal and based on a play,"Berkeley Square".One of the greatest romantic movies of all time originatd by Leslie Howard,Ashley Wilkes in "Gone with the Wind".It si a film classic!
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This 1948 version of the Luck of the Irish is a great movie. I have seen it before on TV. However, this double-sided version of two movies has terrible sound quality. There is an echo with every word. It was pretty expensive for such poor quality.
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I bought this disc for the movie, "The Luck Of The Irish". Having never seen it before, I taped "The Luck Of The Irish" back in the 1980's on VHS and have been waiting for it to air on TV again or for it to come out on DVD. Thirty years later, I finally found this DVD. The entertaining story revolves around hard-boiled journalist Tyrone Power stumbling onto a leprechan portrayed by Cecil Kellaway, and unwittingly acquiring the leprechan's obligated services which change the direction of Power's life. It's a bit of romantic fluff but with a message and many comedic touches. Great fun.
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Luck of The Irish is a personal favorite. Nice print. Some DVDs look like they burned them off a VHS tape; this was a nice print. The B side, "I'll Never Forget You", I could live without. Seller was very amiable
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Very Pleased with this copy. The parts of the story in Luck of Irish that is filmed in Ireland can be set in green or regular black and white. Had never seen I'll Never... and enjoyed that too. Luck .. is still my favorite. Copy was crystal clear.
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