- for the Hong Kong film see Affectionately Yours (1985 film)
Merle Oberon from the film
|Directed by||Lloyd Bacon|
|Produced by||Hal B. Wallis|
|Screenplay by||Aleen Leslie|
|Story by||Fanya Foss|
|Music by||Leo F. Forbstein|
|Edited by||Owen Marks|
|Distributed by||Warner Bros.|
Affectionately Yours is a 1941 American romantic comedy film directed by Lloyd Bacon.
Foreign correspondent Rickey Mayberry (Dennis Morgan) hurriedly flies back from Spain to the U.S. to keep his wife from divorcing him, but he's followed on the flight by love interest Irene Malcolm (Rita Hayworth). Mayberry's wife Sue (Merle Oberon) has indeed divorced him, although she still loves him. The comedy of errors is compounded by Irene and also by Rickey's boss (James Gleason), who both conspire to keep the couple apart.
- Uncredited actors in the film include Dorothy Adams, Sidney Bracey, Glen Cavender, Gino Corrado, Charles Drake, Faye Emerson, Frank Faylen, Mary Field, Edward Gargan, Fred Graham, Creighton Hale, Stuart Holmes, William Hopper, George Meeker, Jack Mower, Wedgwood Nowell, Alexis Smith, and Craig Stevens.
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