Synopsis by Hal Erickson
The title Together Again referred to the fact that frequent costarsIrene Dunne and Charles Boyer were once more united on film. Dunne plays the lady mayor of a small Vermont town. Boyer portrays a big-city sculptor, hired to erect a statue in the memory of Irene's husband, the former mayor. Dunne and Boyer fall in love, but there's plenty of interference from snoops, gossips and well-meaning relatives. Further muddying the waters is Dunne's daughter Mona Freeman, who mistakenly believes that Boyer has eyes for her. Foxy father-in-law Charles Coburn is the cupidic catalyst in getting Dunne and Boyer to the altar by film's end.
artist, aspiration, boy, charm [personality], complications, courage, daughter, death, family, father, head [body part], honor [recognition], husband, kiss, love, matchmaker, mayor, modeling, romance, sculpture, second-chance, small-town, statue, town, widow/widower, woman