Stewart

Romantic comedies don’t get more romantic or funnier than 1940’s enchanting “The Shop Around the Corner,” which casts Stewart as a shop sales’ clerk who doesn’t realize that the store’s new employee (Margaret Sullavan) is actually his secret romantic pen pal.  Ernst Lubitsch directed this flawless farce that was later remade as “You’ve Got Mail.”
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Romantic comedies don’t get more romantic or funnier than 1940’s enchanting “The Shop Around the Corner,” which casts Stewart as a shop sales’ clerk who doesn’t realize that the store’s new employee (Margaret Sullavan) is actually his secret romantic pen pal. Ernst Lubitsch directed this flawless farce that was later remade as “You’ve Got Mail.”

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