13 in the American Film Institute's 100 Years...100 Movie Quotes list, but has been mocked repeatedly for its bad advice. " Mac Graw quipped of the line, prompting O' Neal to pipe in, "You'd better say you're sorry!" PHOTOS: Love on set starred O' Neal as a wealthy Harvard student who falls in love with Mac Graw's character, a working-class Radcliffe student.When Richard died in 1984, his family requested that Liz refrain from attending his funeral.But in 2011, she was buried holding his last love letter, written to her three days before his death.O'Neal, 74, understands audiences who see "Love Letters" may be drawn to it because of the chemistry he shared with Mac Graw, 46 years earlier. 1, 2016, more than 45 years after the release of their 1970 classic "Love Story." The duo, now in their 70s, currently are co-starring in a national tour of "Love Letters," which is about a man and a woman who maintain contact over 50 years through notes, cards and letters.
In 1971, she also appeared on Richard Blackwell's worst-dressed list.
Nine years later, they met again on the set of "Cleopatra." They fell madly (and publicly) in love and were denounced by the Vatican.
Nicknamed "The Battling Burtons," the explosive couple married, divorced, remarried, re-divorced and married others, all while making 11 films together.
Ironically, Lucille Ball met Desi Arnaz on the set of the 1940 film "Too Many Girls." Giddy with love, they eloped months later. Lucy, eager to get her bandleader husband off the road and away from temptation, finagled his playing her husband in a new show called "I Love Lucy," and together they made TV history. They divorced, and remarried others, but always remained close.
During their last talk before his death, Desi whispered to his Lucy, "I love you too, honey.