Here is one of the screen's most famous and beautiful love stories. Set in Hong Kong at the time of the Korean War, it tells the story of an American war correspondent (William Holden) and his love for a beautiful Eurasian doctor (Jennifer Jones). As their love grows, problems arise to mar their happiness. He has a wife at home, and she meets with disapproval from her family and friends-and fate is waiting to take a hand in their tangled affair. All the exotic splendors of Hong Kong are brilliantly captured by Leon Shamroy's beautiful photography, and the film's Oscar winningscore (Best Music, 1955) and title song (Best Song, 1955) are among the finest ever written for the screen. Love Is A Many-Splendored Thing is truly a high point in Hollywood's great tradition of romantic movies.