He puts his hands atop hers, 'And she always obeys me.'
'Perhaps because she likes the touch of your hand,' she replies, looking down with satisfaction at his hand covering hers.
'She ought to; I’m in love with her.'
Modern films with love scenes showing two people writhing in bed are not more erotic than this scene under the night stars, so astonishing in its simplicity and effectiveness..."
From our post on The World in His Arms (1952), discussed here.
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RADIO: I'll be a guest on John Losh's radio program this Sunday, August 24th, noon to 1:00 CT, 1:00 to 2:00 p.m. ET. Tune into Losh-Man's Hollywood Classics on http://www.1027thehog.com/ and 102.7 FM-Excelsior Springs, Missouri. If you've ever wondered if I am as long-winded speaking as I am writing, now's your chance to find out.
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