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Director Frank Borzage's 'transcendent view of love' fuels UCLA film series

  15.07.06 4:32pm

In a career that spanned more than four decades, Borzage directed some of the most romantically idealized films ever made, including 1927's "7th Heaven" with Janet Gaynor and Charles Farrell, 1932's "A Farewell to Arms" starring Gary Cooper and Helen Hayes, and 1932's "After Tomorrow" with Farrell and Marian Nixon.

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