An Affair To Remember
Cary Grant, entirely plausible as kept-man/playboy Nicky, meets his soul mate while on a cruise (Honey, don't we all?). He and Deborah Kerr (Terry--who, even if you don't like her, utters, "Do you ever think it'll replace night baseball?" with an winking acidity I could only hope to emulate) enjoy a shore excursion together. (Hmmm. Sounds like Last April Fair to me) Complications arise in the form of her future husband and his future wife, romantic carelessness, a song-number by children who are not as cute as they need to be to eat up this much of the movie and crippling auto smash-ups. He has to wait a whole year for her (Fate is Remarkable!) in a torment of longing and desolation.
Even our father sheds a manly tear when Terry cries, "If you can paint I can walk!"