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n. (plural of sweetheart English)
Sweethearts (also known as conversation hearts) are small heart-shaped sugar candies sold around Valentine's Day. Each heart is printed with a message such as "Be Mine", "Kiss Me", "Call Me", "Let's Get Busy", and "Miss You". Sweethearts are made by the New England Confectionery Company, or Necco. A similar type of candy is sold in the UK under the name Love Hearts. Necco manufactures nearly 2 billion Sweethearts per year.
Sweethearts may refer to:
- Sweethearts (book), a book by Sharon Rich, the full title being Sweethearts: The Timeless Love Affair Onscreen and Off Between Jeanette MacDonald and Nelson Eddy
- Sweethearts (candy), a heart shaped candy
- Sweethearts (comics), a romance comic published first by Fawcett Publications from 1948 to 1953 and continued by Charlton Comics from 1954 to 1973
- Sweethearts (1938 film), a 1938 MGM film starring Jeanette MacDonald and Nelson Eddy
- Sweethearts (1996 film), a 1996 film by Birger Larsen nominated for the Academy Award for Live Action Short Film
- Sweethearts (1997 film), a 1997 independent film starring Janeane Garofalo
- Sweethearts (game show) may refer to:
- Sweethearts (music group), an Australian new soul group
- Sweethearts (musical), a 1913 operetta by Victor Herbert
- Sweethearts (play), a two-act 1874 comedy by W.S. Gilbert based on a song of the same name by Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan
- The Sweethearts; or, The Top and the Ball, a fairytale by Hans Christian Andersen
Sweethearts: The Timeless Love Affair On screen and Off Between Jeanette MacDonald and Nelson Eddy is biographical book by Sharon Rich. First published in hardback in 1994 by Donald I. Fine, Inc., the book covers the relationship of Jeanette MacDonald and Nelson Eddy. Rich drew heavily on Eddy's mother, who had kept Eddy's diaries and letters.
Sweethearts was a game show series that aired on ITV for one series in 1987 and was produced by Anglia Television, the show was hosted by Larry Grayson.
Sweethearts is an American television game show based on the British series of the same name which aired from September 12, 1988 to September 8, 1989. The show was syndicated throughout the United States by Multimedia Entertainment.
Charles Nelson Reilly was the host. Richard Kline guest-hosted.
Sweethearts is a comic play billed as a "dramatic contrast" in two acts by W. S. Gilbert. The play tells a sentimental and ironic story of the differing recollections of a man and a woman about their last meeting together before being separated and reunited after 30 years.
It was first produced on 7 November 1874 at the Prince of Wales's Theatre in London, running for 132 performances until 13 April 1875. It enjoyed many revivals, thereafter, into the 1920s. The first professional production of Sweethearts in Britain in recent memory was given in the spring of 2007 at the Finborough Theatre in London, along with Arthur Sullivan's The Zoo.
Sweethearts is a 1938 Technicolor musical romance directed by W.S. Van Dyke, starring Jeanette MacDonald and Nelson Eddy. The screenplay, by Dorothy Parker and Alan Campbell, uses the “ play within a play” device: a contemporary Broadway production of the 1913 Victor Herbert operetta is the setting for another pair of sweethearts, the stars of the show. This was the first color film for Nelson or Jeanette (as well as MGM's first three strip Technicolor feature).
Sweethearts is a 1997 American independent film starring Janeane Garofalo and Mitch Rouse and written and directed by Aleks Horvat. The supporting cast features Margaret Cho and Bobcat Goldthwait as well as a cameo appearance by singer/guitarist Stephen Malkmus of the band Pavement.
Sweethearts is a 1990 Australian film about Juliet and Laura, looking for excitement.
It was based on a novel written in 1978. Talbot wrote the script in Bali in 1987 and made the film with the assistance of the AFC.
Sweethearts is a music group founded in the City of Geelong, Australia in 1989 who play new soul – a fusion of styles based around classic soul and Motown. They have an international following. and playing concerts at big music festivals.
In mid-year of 2013 they were the subject of a multi-part documentary on the Australian ABC television and have had air play on Australian national radio network Triple J with their song "Secret".
Porretta Soul Festival (Italy)
Montreux Jazz Festival (Switzerland)
Jazz a Vienne (France)
Sweethearts was a romance comic book series published by Fawcett Publications from October 1948 to 1953, and continued by Charlton Comics from 1954 to 1973. It was the first monthly romance comic book, and a great commercial success. Fawcett followed the title with other monthly romance titles including Life Story ( 1949), Cowboy Love (1949), and Romantic Secrets ( 1950).
Because of postal regulations, the title debuted as Sweethearts #68, a numerical continuation of Fawcett's Captain Midnight which ended with issue #67. The title was not heavily marketed in its infancy and did not appear in the Fawcett comics title list on the first pages of its Captain Marvel and Whiz Comics.
The book exhibited front cover photos of happy couples, or lovely girls, but never men alone. The back cover featured a large photo of a male movie star labelled in the first issue "My Romance of the Month", and, with the second issue, "Dream Beau of the Month". The first photo was Robert Mitchum and the second Glenn Ford. While the front cover displayed a happy scene of young love, story titles listed beneath the cover photo hinted at drama and conflict: "Beauty was My Snare", "Betrayed by My Temper" and "I Led Him On" are just a few.
Many stories were drawn by Mary Marvel artist Marc Swayze, and were monotonously repetitive: erring female learns about life from the man she finally steadies or weds.
Charlton Comics acquired the rights to much of Fawcett's title, story, and character inventory in 1954 when Fawcett left comic book publication, and Charlton published Sweethearts until 1973.