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He agreed to buy the script “because I fell in love with her.” He also seduced her into turning her weekend trip into a life with him in his eucalyptus-draped, rosebush-ringed dream house, right around the corner from the hotel.
The movie she’d talked him into was She was the biggest female star of the year; he was the biggest movie star in the world.
(AP Photo/Elise Amendola)Actors Ali Mac Graw, left, and Ryan O' Neal drive up in an antique MG convertible on the campus of Harvard University in Cambridge, Mass., Monday Feb.
(AP Photo/Elise Amendola) There's more good news for fans of the movie: The duo will be sticking together for at least a few more months, as they've rekindled that on-screen romance as new characters in a touring production of the play "Love Letters." That show chronicles the ups and downs of a love spanning 50 years. It's a very well-written story, and I think they will be moved." Actors Ryan O' Neal, left, and Ali Mac Graw walk on the campus of Harvard University in Cambridge, Mass., Monday Feb.
Actors Ryan O' Neal and Ali Mac Graw participate in a talk with students on the campus of Harvard University in Cambridge, Mass., Monday, Feb.
1, 2016, more than 45 years after the release of their 1970 classic "Love Story." The duo, now in their 70s, currently are co-starring in a national tour of "Love Letters," which is about a man and a woman who maintain contact over 50 years through notes, cards and letters.
Nine years later, they met again on the set of "Cleopatra." They fell madly (and publicly) in love and were denounced by the Vatican.
Nicknamed "The Battling Burtons," the explosive couple married, divorced, remarried, re-divorced and married others, all while making 11 films together.
"I think it'll be interesting to see Ali and I together again," he says in a promotional video for the dramatic play, written by A. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola) Beyond the romantic nostalgia and opportunity to delve into new material, the "Love Letters" tour could be a savvy business move for the leads, as "Love Story" made more than 6 million at the box office during its original theatrical release; when adjusted for inflation, that's the equivalent of a 0 million take in 2016.
It also was nominated for seven Oscars, including best picture, and won one for Francis Lai's original score.
Remember this: Love Story made big stars out of Ali and co-star Ryan O'Neal who played a working-class girl and Harvard boy who fall in love and are determine to live their lives together until tragedy comes their way Ali went on: 'For example, walking down Rodeo Drive and somebody would say, "Wow, I know somebody you could really do your neck" and "What are you doing now?
"I was stupid and new enough in the business to think it was always like that." Added O' Neal, 73: "It's the best time I ever had on a movie.
And I've made thousands." PHOTOS: The most romantic movies of all time 's most famous line, "Love means not ever having to say you're sorry." The phrase, which is spoken twice in the film, was voted No.Ironically, Lucille Ball met Desi Arnaz on the set of the 1940 film "Too Many Girls." Giddy with love, they eloped months later. Lucy, eager to get her bandleader husband off the road and away from temptation, finagled his playing her husband in a new show called "I Love Lucy," and together they made TV history. They divorced, and remarried others, but always remained close.