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Love Is Better Than Ever

Love Is Better Than Ever ★★½ The Light Fantastic 1952

Lightweight romantic-comedy casts Taylor as a dancing instructor who travels to the Big Apple for a convention. Once there, she meets and falls for talent agent Parks. Carefree, bachelor Parks is too busy to be bothered by small town Taylor, but Liz is determined to land her man. Release of this picture was held back because of Parks' blacklisting by the McCarthy committee. 81m/B VHS . Larry Parks, Elizabeth Taylor, Josephine Hutchinson, Tom Tully, Ann Doran, Elinor Donahue, Kathleen Freeman; Cameos: Gene Kelly; D: Stanley Donen; W: Ruth Brooks Flippen.

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