I Love You Again stars William Powell, Myrna Loy, and Frank McHugh in this 1940 film directed by W.S. Van Dyke. The film is about a man named Larry Wilson(Powell), who while on board a ship falls overboard while trying to save another man. The next thing, Larry finds out is, he isn't Larry- he's George Carey a notorious con-man. The man he ended up saving, wants to help in anyway possible but they get themselves involved in Larry's life. With amnesia fully set in and George not remembering his past self, he and 'Doc' Ryan(McHugh) come up with a plan to get a hold of a lot of money. When they return from their trip on the ship, they soon find out they have a little problem- Larry has a wife! The teaming of Powell and Loy is and always will be unbelievable to watch. They were so splendid as a couple and often times, you forget that they are just two actors and not an actual married couple. Aside from "The Thin Man'', this movie really highlights Powell's comedic talents. He is so utterly funny and with him, Loy, and McHugh, you are in for an enormous treat. The trio is so uproariously funny! McHugh has always been a favorite of mine from the "Four Daughters" series, so I wasn't expecting anything less from him. He was spectacular! This was such a cute movie and I can't wait to re-watch it again soon!
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