December 23, 2015•7 min
On studio lots in the Golden Age of Hollywood, there were through-and-through American stars like James Stewart and Gary Cooper. And then there were the continental types, of which Charles Boyer was a prime example. Boyer — an unlikely star with a lasting legacy — was just French enough for American films. (Produced in 2008)
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Executive Producer: Sara FishkoAssociate Producer: Laura MayerMix Engineer: Wayne ShulmisterManaging Editor, WNYC News: Karen Frillmann