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I Loved You Wednesday

I Loved You Wednesday est un film américain réalisé par Henry King et William Cameron Menzies, sorti en 1933.


Vicki Meredith, une étudiante américaine en ballet à Paris, tombe amoureuse de Randall Williams, un autre Américain étudiant l'architecture. Ils entretiennent ainsi une relation amoureuse jusqu'à ce qu'elle apprenne que Randall a oublié de mentionner qu'il a une femme aux États-Unis. Cela irrite Vicki au point qu'elle quitte Paris et s'installe en Amérique du Sud où elle rencontre et tombe amoureuse de Philip Fletcher, un ingénieur en construction.

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