34. MAYERLING (1937.France). With CHARLES BOYER, DANIELLE DARRIEUX. Directed by ANATOLE LITVAK. Music by ARTHUR HONEGGER. One Of the most famous screen romances, this is an exquisitely photographed, beautifully acted drama Of the doomed love affair between the unhappily married Crown Prince Rudolph Of Austria and a captivating young Baroness. Despite the commands Of his father, the Emperor Franz Joseph, Rudolph continues the scandalous relationship, which has saved him from the debaucheries and boredom Of a self-destructive life. The intense, passionate affair leads inevitably to tragedy, as the loversÑ determined to die for their loveÑarrange a fatal rendezvous at a snow-covered lodge in Mayerling. This en- Chanting evocation Of the elegance and romanticism Of ISSO’s Vienna features-lovely Viennese waltzes, as wed as a haunting original score by noted composer Arthur Honegger. Voted Best Foreign Film by the New York Film Critics, this is the movie that propelled Boyer into the ranks Of the world’s great matinee idols. In French with English subtitles. 93 minutes Drama