“Eternally Yours” is a romantic drama film from 1939 directed by Tay Garnett. The movie stars Loretta Young as Anita, a successful stage magician who falls in love with a handsome and charming pianist named Tony, played by David Niven.
Despite her initial reluctance, the two get married and live happily together for a while, until Tony’s music career starts to take off, and he begins to neglect their marriage. Anita, feeling unappreciated and ignored, decides to leave Tony and start a new life for herself.
However, Tony realizes his mistake and tries to win Anita back, even going as far as learning some of her magic tricks to impress her. Eventually, Anita is won over, and the two reconcile, reaffirming their love for each other.
The film is notable for its impressive special effects, particularly in the scenes where Anita performs her magic tricks. It was also praised for the chemistry between the two leads and for its portrayal of a strong, independent woman who refuses to be held back by societal norms.
Gene Towne, C. Graham Baker, Edward Childs Carpenter
Loretta Young, David Niven, Hugh Herbert