To Celebrate Valentine’s Day: Ten Romantic Triangles from Movies During Hollywood’s Golden Era

To celebrate Valentine’s Day, here are ten of my favorite  movies from Hollywood’s Golden Era that feature romantic triangles.  Usually two men chased a young lady, but there were certain times when things were reversed.  In no particulat order:

(1)  Shane (1953)  Alan Ladd – Jean Arthur – Van Heflin

(2)  Alexander’s Ragtime Band (1938)  Tyrone Power -Alice Faye – Don Amache

(3) Road to Morocc0 (1942)  Bob Hope – Dorothy Lamour – Bing Crosby

(4)  The Philadelphia Story (1940)  Cary Grant – Katharine Hepburn – James Stewart

(5)  The Awful Truth  (1938)  Cary Grant – Irene Dunne – Ralph Bellamy

(6)  Holiday Affair  (1949)  Robert Mitchum – Janet Leigh – Wendell Corey

(7)  My Favorite Wife  (1940) Cary Grant –  Irene Dunne – Randolph Scott

(8)  Mogambo (1953)  Grace Kelly – Clark Gable – Ava Gardner

(9)  Tall in the Saddle (1944)  Ella Raines – John Wayne – Audrey Long

(10)  Cabin in the Sky (1943)  Lena Horne – Eddie “Rochester” Anderson – Ethel Waters

    And the trivia question of the day is:  Who lost the girl more, Ralph Bellamy or Wendell Corey??????

 

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