Beloved Enemy (1936)

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In 1921, Irish rebels launch an uprising with the aim of creating an Irish republic, independent of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland. One of the rebellion's leaders and a ... See full summary »

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  • Brian Aherne and Merle Oberon in Beloved Enemy (1936)
  • Beloved Enemy (1936)
  • David Niven, Brian Aherne, Jerome Cowan, Donald Crisp, Karen Morley, Merle Oberon, and Henry Stephenson in Beloved Enemy (1936)
  • David Niven, Brian Aherne, and Merle Oberon in Beloved Enemy (1936)
  • Brian Aherne and Merle Oberon in Beloved Enemy (1936)
  • David Niven and Merle Oberon in Beloved Enemy (1936)

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2 April 2018 | HotToastyRag
7
| Great classic romance
What happens when the leader of the Irish rebellion meets the daughter of an English nobleman? Well, when it's the passionate Merle Oberon and the ridiculously handsome Brian Aherne, they fall in love. In Beloved Enemy, you'll find a forbidden romance among the turmoil of war, similar to Romeo and Juliet. Just as in all classic romances, you can probably guess what will happen, but if you choose to watch this one, you won't be watching it for the plot twists. You'll be watching it for the eye candy, ladies, or because your girlfriend is forcing you to, gents. It is very fun, though, for voluntary watchers, because it has all the elements of a doomed, classic romance.

As you might suspect, since this is a movie about Irish people, Donald Crisp is one of the supporting characters, adding responsibility and gravity to the Irish cause. A young Jerome Cowan shines as one of the Irish rebels, and David Niven is the "designated friend" of Merle. I'd recommend this one, although it doesn't reach the heights of Duel in the Sun, because sometimes, us ladies just can't get enough dramatic love. And when you get to watch Brian's gorgeous face for ninety minutes, you're in for a great time!

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Release Date:

1936

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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