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32 Photos of Classic Hollywood Movie Couples

Country Living Logo By Jennifer Vishnevsky of Country Living | Slide 1 of 33: Old Hollywood was all about the glitz and glam, introducing us to some of the most unforgettable movie fairytales of all time. Cary Grant and Humphrey Bogart practically paved the way for today’s leading men. Now, we’re swooning over the new crop of classics, like that pivotal moment when Noah literally swept Allie off her feet in The Notebook. We swooned over the big, dramatic, romantic gestures as we hoped for our own. And we all had our favorite couples that we were rooting for, like Mark and Bridget from Bridget Jones’s Diary. But some of these monumental romances also showed us that some couples don’t have a happy ending. Did Rose really not have enough room on the door from the Titanic to hold onto Jack? Regardless of how the story ended, it doesn’t make the love affair feel any less powerful.Does watching big-screen romances make you believe that love will find a way in your own real life? According to a University of Michigan study, the answer is yes. The study of more than 600 college students also found that watching reality TV dating shows is associated with the belief of love at first sight and true love. From dramatic love triangles to passionate reunions, these are some of our favorite movie couples of all time. This Valentine’s Day, look back at your favorite couple and see if there's any creative way you can infuse a romantic gesture into your own love life. Then, curl up on the sofa and add some of these blockbusters to your Netflix list.

Old Hollywood was all about the glitz and glam, introducing us to some of the most unforgettable movie fairytales of all time. Cary Grant and Humphrey Bogart practically paved the way for today’s leading men. Now, we’re swooning over the new crop of classics, like that pivotal moment when Noah literally swept Allie off her feet in The Notebook.

We swooned over the big, dramatic, romantic gestures as we hoped for our own. And we all had our favorite couples that we were rooting for, like Mark and Bridget from Bridget Jones’s Diary. But some of these monumental romances also showed us that some couples don’t have a happy ending. Did Rose really not have enough room on the door from the Titanic to hold onto Jack? Regardless of how the story ended, it doesn’t make the love affair feel any less powerful.

Does watching big-screen romances make you believe that love will find a way in your own real life? According to a University of Michigan study, the answer is yes. The study of more than 600 college students also found that watching reality TV dating shows is associated with the belief of love at first sight and true love.

From dramatic love triangles to passionate reunions, these are some of our favorite movie couples of all time. This Valentine’s Day, look back at your favorite couple and see if there's any creative way you can infuse a romantic gesture into your own love life. Then, curl up on the sofa and add some of these blockbusters to your Netflix list.

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