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The Claudette Colbert Handbook - Everything you need to know about Claudette Colbert

The Claudette Colbert Handbook - Everything you need to know about Claudette Colbert

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Claudette Colbert (September 13, 1903 – July 30, 1996) was a French-born American stage and film actress.
Born in Saint-Mandé, France and raised in New York City, Colbert began her career in Broadway productions during the 1920s, progressing to film with the advent of talking pictures. She established a successful film career with Paramount Pictures and later, as a freelance performer, became one of the highest paid entertainers in American cinema. Colbert was recognized as one of the leading female exponents of screwball comedy; she won the Academy Award for Best Actress for her comedic performance in It Happened One Night (1934), and also received Academy Award nominations for her dramatic roles in Private Worlds (1935) and Since You Went Away (1944).
Her film career began to decline in the 1950s, and she made her last film in 1961. Colbert continued to act in theater and, briefly, in television during her later years. After a career of more than 60 years' duration, Colbert retired to her home in Barbados, where she died at the age of 92, following a series of strokes.
Colbert received theatre awards from the Sarah Siddons Society, a lifetime-achievement award at the Kennedy Center Honors, and, in 1999, the American Film Institute placed her at number twelve on their "AFI's 100 Years…100 Stars" list of the "50 Greatest American Screen Legends".



This book is your ultimate resource for Claudette Colbert. Here you will find the most up-to-date information, photos, and much more.



In easy to read chapters, with extensive references and links to get you to know all there is to know about her Early life, Career and Personal life right away: Claudette Colbert chronology of performances, For the Love of Mike, The Hole in the Wall, The Lady Lies (film), Young Man of Manhattan, The Big Pond, Manslaughter (1930 film), Mysterious Mr. Parkes, Honor Among Lovers, The Smiling Lieutenant, Secrets of a Secretary, His Woman, The Wiser Sex, Misleading Lady, The Man from Yesterday, The Phantom President, The Sign of the Cross (film), Tonight Is Ours, I Cover the Waterfront, Three-Cornered Moon, Torch Singer, Four Frightened People, It Happened One Night, Cleopatra (1934 film), Imitation of Life (1934 film), The Gilded Lily (1935 film), Private Worlds, She Married Her Boss, The Bride Comes Home, Under Two Flags (1936 film), Maid of Salem, I Met Him in Paris, Tovarich (film), Bluebeard's Eighth Wife, Zaza (film), Midnight (1939 film), It's a Wonderful World (1939 film), Drums Along the Mohawk, Boom Town (film), Arise, My Love, Skylark (1941 film), Remember the Day, The Palm Beach Story, No Time for Love (film), So Proudly We Hail!, Since You Went Away, Practically Yours, Guest Wife, Tomorrow Is Forever, Without Reservations, The Secret Heart, The Egg and I (film), Sleep, My Love, Family Honeymoon, Bride for Sale, Three Came Home, The Secret Fury, Thunder on the Hill, Let's Make It Legal, The Planter's Wife, Destinées, Royal Affairs in Versailles, Texas Lady, Parrish (film)


Contains selected content from the highest rated entries, typeset, printed and shipped, combining the advantages of up-to-date and in-depth knowledge with the convenience of printed books. A portion of the proceeds of each book will be donated to the Wikimedia Foundation to support their mission.
Claudette Colbert (September 13, 1903 – July 30, 1996) was a French-born American stage and film actress.
Born in Saint-Mandé, France and raised in New York City, Colbert began her career in Broadway productions during the 1920s, progressing to film with the advent of talking pictures. She established a successful film career with Paramount Pictures and later, as a freelance performer, became one of the highest paid entertainers in American cinema. Colbert was recognized as one of the leading female exponents of screwball comedy; she won the Academy Award for Best Actress for her comedic performance in It Happened One Night (1934), and also received Academy Award nominations for her dramatic roles in Private Worlds (1935) and Since You Went Away (1944).
Her film career began to decline in the 1950s, and she made her last film in 1961. Colbert continued to act in theater and, briefly, in television during her later years. After a career of more than 60 years' duration, Colbert retired to her home in Barbados, where she died at the age of 92, following a series of strokes.
Colbert received theatre awards from the Sarah Siddons Society, a lifetime-achievement award at the Kennedy Center Honors, and, in 1999, the American Film Institute placed her at number twelve on their "AFI's 100 Years…100 Stars" list of the "50 Greatest American Screen Legends".



This book is your ultimate resource for Claudette Colbert. Here you will find the most up-to-date information, photos, and much more.



In easy to read chapters, with extensive references and links to get you to know all there is to know about her Early life, Career and Personal life right away: Claudette Colbert chronology of performances, For the Love of Mike, The Hole in the Wall, The Lady Lies (film), Young Man of Manhattan, The Big Pond, Manslaughter (1930 film), Mysterious Mr. Parkes, Honor Among Lovers, The Smiling Lieutenant, Secrets of a Secretary, His Woman, The Wiser Sex, Misleading Lady, The Man from Yesterday, The Phantom President, The Sign of the Cross (film), Tonight Is Ours, I Cover the Waterfront, Three-Cornered Moon, Torch Singer, Four Frightened People, It Happened One Night, Cleopatra (1934 film), Imitation of Life (1934 film), The Gilded Lily (1935 film), Private Worlds, She Married Her Boss, The Bride Comes Home, Under Two Flags (1936 film), Maid of Salem, I Met Him in Paris, Tovarich (film), Bluebeard's Eighth Wife, Zaza (film), Midnight (1939 film), It's a Wonderful World (1939 film), Drums Along the Mohawk, Boom Town (film), Arise, My Love, Skylark (1941 film), Remember the Day, The Palm Beach Story, No Time for Love (film), So Proudly We Hail!, Since You Went Away, Practically Yours, Guest Wife, Tomorrow Is Forever, Without Reservations, The Secret Heart, The Egg and I (film), Sleep, My Love, Family Honeymoon, Bride for Sale, Three Came Home, The Secret Fury, Thunder on the Hill, Let's Make It Legal, The Planter's Wife, Destinées, Royal Affairs in Versailles, Texas Lady, Parrish (film)


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  • Manslaughter (1930 film)
  • Mysterious Mr. Parkes
  • Honor Among Lovers
  • The Smiling Lieutenant
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  • The Wiser Sex
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  • The Phantom President
  • The Sign of the Cross (film)
  • Tonight Is Ours
  • I Cover the Waterfront
  • Three-Cornered Moon
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  • Cleopatra (1934 film)
  • Imitation of Life (1934 film)
  • The Gilded Lily (1935 film)
  • Private Worlds
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  • She Married Her Boss
  • The Bride Comes Home
  • Under Two Flags (1936 film)
  • Maid of Salem
  • I Met Him in Paris
  • Tovarich (film)
  • Bluebeard's Eighth Wife
  • Zaza (film)
  • Midnight (1939 film)
  • It's a Wonderful World (1939 film)
  • Drums Along the Mohawk
  • Boom Town (film)
  • Arise, My Love
  • Skylark (1941 film)
  • Remember the Day
  • The Palm Beach Story
  • No Time for Love (film)
  • So Proudly We Hail!
  • Since You Went Away
  • Practically Yours
  • Guest Wife
  • Tomorrow Is Forever
  • Without Reservations
  • The Secret Heart
  • The Egg and I (film)
  • Sleep, My Love
  • Family Honeymoon
  • Bride for Sale
  • Three Came Home
  • The Secret Fury
  • Thunder on the Hill
  • Let's Make It Legal
  • The Planter's Wife
  • Destinées
  • Royal Affairs in Versailles
  • Texas Lady
  • Parrish (film)
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Claudette Colbert (September 13, 1903 – July 30, 1996) was a French-born American stage and film actress.

Born in Saint-Mandé, France and raised in New York City, Colbert began her career in Broadway productions during the 1920s, progressing to film with the advent of talking pictures. She established a successful film career with Paramount Pictures and later, as a freelance performer, became one of the highest paid entertainers in American cinema. Colbert was recognized as one of the leading female exponents of screwball comedy; she won the Academy Award for Best Actress for her comedic performance in It Happened One Night (1934), and also received Academy Award nominations for her dramatic roles in Private Worlds (1935) and Since You Went Away (1944). Her film career began to decline in the 1950s, and she made her last film in 1961. Colbert continued to act in theater and, briefly, in television during her later years. After a career of more than 60 years’ duration, Colbert retired to her home in Barbados, where she died at the age of 92, following a series of strokes. Colbert received theatre awards from the Sarah Siddons Society, a lifetime-achievement award at the Kennedy Center Honors, and, in 1999, the American Film Institute placed her at number twelve on their “AFI’s 100 Years…100 Stars” list of the “50 Greatest American Screen Legends”. This book is your ultimate resource for Claudette Colbert. Here you will find the most up-to-date information, photos, and much more. In easy to read chapters, with extensive references and links to get you to know all there is to know about her Early life, Career and Personal life right away: Claudette Colbert chronology of performances, For the Love of Mike, The Hole in the Wall, The Lady Lies (film), Young Man of Manhattan, The Big Pond, Manslaughter (1930 film), Mysterious Mr. Parkes, Honor Among Lovers, The Smiling Lieutenant, Secrets of a Secretary, His Woman, The Wiser Sex, Misleading Lady, The Man from Yesterday, The Phantom President, The Sign of the Cross (film), Tonight Is Ours, I Cover the Waterfront, Three-Cornered Moon, Torch Singer, Four Frightened People, It Happened One Night, Cleopatra (1934 film), Imitation of Life (1934 film), The Gilded Lily (1935 film), Private Worlds, She Married Her Boss, The Bride Comes Home, Under Two Flags (1936 film), Maid of Salem, I Met Him in Paris, Tovarich (film), Bluebeard’s Eighth Wife, Zaza (film), Midnight (1939 film), It’s a Wonderful World (1939 film), Drums Along the Mohawk, Boom Town (film), Arise, My Love, Skylark (1941 film), Remember the Day, The Palm Beach Story, No Time for Love (film), So Proudly We Hail!, Since You Went Away, Practically Yours, Guest Wife, Tomorrow Is Forever, Without Reservations, The Secret Heart, The Egg and I (film), Sleep, My Love, Family Honeymoon, Bride for Sale, Three Came Home, The Secret Fury, Thunder on the Hill, Let’s Make It Legal, The Planter’s Wife, Destinées, Royal Affairs in Versailles, Texas Lady, Parrish (film) Contains selected content from the highest rated entries, typeset, printed and shipped, combining the advantages of up-to-date and in-depth knowledge with the convenience of printed books. A portion of the proceeds of each book will be donated to the Wikimedia Foundation to support their mission.

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Claudette Colbert Claudette Colbert chronology of performances For the Love of Mike The Hole in the Wall The Lady Lies (film) Young Man of Manhattan The Big Pond Manslaughter (1930 film) Mysterious Mr. Parkes Honor Among Lovers The Smiling Lieutenant Secrets of a Secretary His Woman The Wiser Sex Misleading Lady The Man from Yesterday The Phantom President The Sign of the Cross (film) Tonight Is Ours I Cover the Waterfront Three-Cornered Moon Torch Singer Four Frightened People It Happened One Night Cleopatra (1934 film) Imitation of Life (1934 film) The Gilded Lily (1935 film) Private Worlds She Married Her Boss The Bride Comes Home Under Two Flags (1936 film) Maid of Salem I Met Him in Paris Tovarich (film) 1 11 19 22 24 26 28 31 33 34 36 38 40 42 44 46 48 50 53 55 57 59 61 63 69 72 76 79 81 83 85 87 89 91

Bluebeard's Eighth Wife Zaza (film) Midnight (1939 film) It's a Wonderful World (1939 film) Drums Along the Mohawk Boom Town (film) Arise, My Love Skylark (1941 film) Remember the Day The Palm Beach Story No Time for Love (film) So Proudly We Hail! Since You Went Away Practically Yours Guest Wife Tomorrow Is Forever Without Reservations The Secret Heart The Egg and I (film) Sleep, My Love Family Honeymoon Bride for Sale Three Came Home The Secret Fury Thunder on the Hill Let's Make It Legal The Planter's Wife Destinées Royal Affairs in Versailles Texas Lady Parrish (film)

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progressing to film with the advent of talking pictures.. Colbert received theatre awards from the Sarah Siddons Society. France July 30. Colbert was recognized as one of the leading female exponents of screwball comedy. . as a freelance performer. She established a successful film career with Paramount Pictures and later. 1903 – July 30. 1996 (aged 92)Speightstown. Barbados Actress Years active 1923–1987 Spouse Norman Foster (1928–1935) (divorced) Dr.. 1996) was a French-born American stage and film actress.Claudette Colbert 1 Claudette Colbert Claudette Colbert in I Cover the Waterfront (1933) Born Died Occupation Emilie Claudette ChauchoinSeptember 13. [1] 100 Stars" list of the "50 Greatest American Screen Legends". the American Film Institute placed her at number twelve on their "AFI's 100 Years. After a career of more than 60 years' duration. Joel Pressman (1935–1968) (his death) Claudette Colbert (pronounced /koʊlˈbɛər/. a lifetime-achievement award at the Kennedy Center Honors. and also received Academy Award nominations for her dramatic roles in Private Worlds (1935) and Since You Went Away (1944). she won the Academy Award for Best Actress for her comedic performance in It Happened One Night (1934). Colbert continued to act in theater and. briefly. Colbert began her career in Broadway productions during the 1920s. and. became one of the highest paid entertainers in American cinema. where she died at the age of 92. Her film career began to decline in the 1950s. Colbert retired to her home in Barbados. in 1999. and she made her last film in 1961. following a series of strokes. in television during her later years. September 13. France and raised in New York City. 1903Saint-Mandé. Born in Saint-Mandé.

enabling her to continue her stage career.[5] [6] After some financial reversals. and Colbert's fluency in both languages was a key consideration in her casting. Colbert's only silent film role. and received positive reviews for her performance as a rich girl. The latter was filmed in both French and English.[4] to Georges Claude. her family emigrated to New York City in 1906. Colbert made her stage debut at the Provincetown Playhouse in The Widow's Veil. The magazine Picturegoer criticized Foster's performance and noted him as one of Colbert's weakest leading men. and Jeanne Loew Chauchoin. Career Broadway After signing a five-year contract with the producer Al Woods. She later reprised this role for the play's run in London's West End. one of her films from this period. Young Man of Manhattan. Norman Foster. She then attended the Art Students League of New York. she had been using the name of Claudette since high school.[8] Colbert studied at Washington Irving High School. co-starring another newcomer. who suggested her for a role in Frank Capra's film For the Love of Mike (1927).[10] Two other plays. Colbert played ingenue roles on Broadway from 1925 through 1929. During production of her second sound film. and she was also cast in The Big Pond. She sang in her role opposite Maurice Chevalier in the Ernst Lubitsch musical The Smiling Lieutenant (1931). playing a carnival snake charmer. Edward G. which would be her final stage performance for 20 years. one of the few foreign language films of the time to be widely screened in the United States. which was nominated for an . but appeared on the Broadway stage in a small role in The Wild Westcotts (1923). Her earliest films were produced in New York. Colbert was noticed by the theatrical producer Leland Hayward. However.[13] The New York Times wrote. a banker.S. France. Parkes. she fought against being typecast as a maid. "He did not seem to get any sincerity into his love scenes."[14] She was briefly paired with March."[12] She co-starred with Fredric March in Manslaughter (1930). See Naples and Die and Eugene O'Neill's Dynamo (1929). where her speech teacher. writing. brunette. Inspired by this experience. and received critical acclaim on Broadway in the production of The Barker (1927). Her first sound film was The Hole in the Wall (1929). In 1930 she appeared in the French language film Mysterious Mr. jailed for vehicular manslaughter.[11] The film. She intended to become a fashion designer.Claudette Colbert 2 Early life Émilie Claudette Chauchoin[2] [3] was born in Saint-Mandé. were unsuccessful. at the age of 15. received negative notices. her only collaboration with her then-husband. talented and a delicious comedienne. "It cannot be denied that Claudette Colbert— given an even chance— is capable of excellent acting. Colbert was appearing nightly in the play See Naples and Die. encouraged her to audition for a play she had written. France. who commented of her. Commemorative plate on Colbert's birthplace in Saint-Mandé. now believed to be lost.[6] [7] Colbert eventually became a naturalized citizen of the U. "She was lovely. Colbert ended her studies and embarked on a stage career in 1925. including Dorothy Arzner's Honor Among Lovers (1931). She appeared opposite Maurice Chevalier. a pastry cook. Colbert did not make any films for two years.[5] Early film career After the failure of For the Love of Mike."[12] While these films were popular with audiences. During her early years on stage. was a box office failure. and her English was perfect. but ultimately signed a contract with Paramount Pictures in 1928.[9] She adopted the name "Claudette Colbert" as her stage name two years later. The Lady Lies (also in 1929). Seine. and they made four films together. Alice Rossetter. Robinson.

"I left wondering how the movie would be received. pouted and argued about her part. Colbert reflected upon her misgivings about the film and her lack of confidence when it was completed. which was compiled from the votes of movie exhibitors throughout the U.. and was acknowledged by critics for her ability to assert herself opposite the more experienced Miriam Hopkins. she was listed in the annual "Quigley Poll of the Top Ten Money Making Stars".[19] DeMille perceived Colbert as a femme fatale."[16] The film contained at least one scene that is often cited as representative of the screwball film genre and which became well known. looking a little seedy and riding on our bus". "Claudette fretted. In 1935 and 1936. a scene that came to be regarded as an example of Hollywood decadence prior to the enforcement of the Production Code. and her films with him included partial nudity (particularly in the 1932 film The Sign of the Cross. and Hollywood gave it to them. It was right in the middle of the Depression.Claudette Colbert Academy Award for Best Picture. the romantic drama. Ellie Andrews. the studio accepted Colbert's demand that she be paid $50. commenting. Colbert's film career flourished. Imitation of Life.S. Cleopatra. commenting. three of them — the historical biography.. Colbert was reluctant to appear as the "runaway heiress". but a cute one. for the stars who had generated the most . Thereafter. opposite Clark Gable and released by Columbia Pictures. It Happened One Night (1934). Colbert bathes in a marble pool filled with asses' milk. and was a resounding box-office success. they needed splendor and glamour.[20] In Cleopatra (1934). raising her salary. in the Frank Capra romantic comedy. including Best Picture. 3 Breakthrough During 1934. Behind schedule after several actresses had refused the role.[12] Cecil B. In 1933. and Capra recalled her dissatisfaction. The film was the first to sweep all five major Academy Awards. even by people who had not seen the entire film. DeMille cast her as the Roman empress Poppaea in his historical epic. Colbert won the Academy Award for Best Actress for her role. It Happened One Night — were nominated for Academy Awards for Best Picture. Colbert did not wish to be portrayed as overtly sexual and later refused such roles. opposite Fredric March. Of the four films she made that year. in which glimpses of her bare breasts and nipples were visible in a scene where her character was bathing in asses' milk).000 and that filming Colbert shows co-star Clark Gable how to was to be completed within four weeks to allow her to take a planned hitchhike in It Happened One Night (1934) vacation. and the screwball comedy. she played the title role opposite Warren William. Colbert demonstrates to an astonished Gable how to hitchhike by displaying her leg. Colbert renegotiated her contract with Paramount to allow her to appear in films for other studios. In one sequence.[21] Post 1934 In Cleopatra (1934) Colbert's success allowed her to renegotiate her contract. she was a tartar. And here we were. People needed fantasy. The Sign of the Cross (1932). Colbert felt that the script was weak.[15] Later the same year she played in The Phantom President. Best Director and Best Actor. In later life.[17] [18] Stranded in the countryside.

Claudette Colbert revenue in their theaters over the previous year.[22] She received a second Academy Award nomination for her role in the hospital drama, Private Worlds (1935). In 1936, Colbert signed a new contract with Paramount Pictures, which required her to make seven films over a two-year period, and this contract made her Hollywood's highest paid actress.[23] This was followed by a contract renewal in 1938, after which she was reported to be the highest paid performer in Hollywood with a salary of $426,924.[24] Her films during this period include The Gilded Lily (1935) and The Bride Comes Home (1935) with Fred MacMurray, She Married Her Boss (1935) with Melvyn Douglas, Under Two Flags (1936) with Ronald Colman, Maid of Salem (1937), again with MacMurray, Tovarich (1937) with Charles Boyer, Bluebeard's Eighth Wife (1938) with Gary Cooper, Zaza (1939) with Herbert Marshall, Midnight (1939) with Don Ameche, and It's a Wonderful World (1939) with James Stewart. With her success, Colbert was able to assert control over the manner in which she was portrayed and gained a reputation for being fastidious by refusing to be filmed from her right side. She believed that her face was uneven and photographed better from the left. She learned about lighting and cinematography, and refused to begin filming until she was satisfied that she would be shown to her best advantage. One example of Colbert's determination to control the way she was photographed occurred during the filming of Tovarich in 1937, when one of her favored cameramen was dismissed by the director, Anatole Litvak. After seeing the rushes filmed by the replacement, Colbert refused to continue. She insisted on hiring her own cameraman, and offered to waive her salary if the film went over budget as a result.[23] Drums Along the Mohawk (1939) with Henry Fonda was Colbert's first color film. However, she distrusted the relatively new Technicolor process and feared that she would not photograph well, preferring thereafter to be filmed in black and white.[25]

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In the film Tovarich (1937)

During this time she began acting for CBS' popular Lux Radio Theater, making numerous appearances between 1935 and 1954.[26]

Later film career
In 1940, Colbert refused a seven-year contract that would have paid her $200,000 a year, as she had found that she could command a fee of $150,000 per film as a freelance artist. With her brother as her manager, Colbert was able to secure roles in prestigious films, and this period marked the height of her earning ability.[23] In the early 1940s she starred in such films as Boom Town (1940), with Clark Gable, Spencer Tracy, and Hedy Lamarr; Arise, My Love (1940), with Ray Milland; and the Preston Sturges comedy The Palm Beach Story (1942), opposite Joel McCrea. After more than a decade as a leading actress, Colbert began to make a transition to more mature characters, though she was reportedly very sensitive about her age. During filming of So Proudly We Hail! (1943), with Paulette Goddard and Veronica Lake, a rift occurred when Colbert overheard a remark made by Goddard in an interview. Asked which of her costars she preferred, Goddard had replied, "Veronica, I think. After all, we are closer in age." Goddard further commented that Colbert "flipped" and "was at Paulette's eyes at every moment," and said that they continued their feud throughout the duration of filming.[27]
In So Proudly We Hail! (1943)

Claudette Colbert Impressed by her performance in this film, but aware of Colbert's sensitivity, David O. Selznick approached her to play the lead role in Since You Went Away (1944). She balked at the prospect of playing a mother of teenaged children, but Selznick believed that she was the best candidate for the role, and valued her marketability, commenting that "even light little comedies with her have never done under a million and a half."[28] Eventually, Colbert accepted. The director, John Cromwell, later noted that Colbert was "level headed, very professional and with no temperament", but Selznick expressed frustration with some of her demands. He wrote in a memo to Colbert's agent that they had rebuilt several sets "because of her refusal to have the right side of her face photographed, on top of which we have to pay her not only a fabulous salary, but also give her two days off a month, which works out to $5000 every four weeks for doing absolutely nothing, and now she's demanding three.... Tell her there's a war on and we all have to make some sacrifices."[29] Released in June 1944, the film became a substantial success and grossed almost $5 million in the United States. The critic James Agee praised aspects of the film, but particularly Colbert's performance, writing "Selznick has given Claudette Colbert the richest, biggest role of her career. She rewards him consistently with smooth Hollywood formula acting, and sometimes, in collaboration with (Joseph) Cotten, with flashes of acting that are warmer and more mature."[30] Colbert received her final Academy Award nomination for this performance. In 1945, Colbert ended her association with Paramount Studios, and continued to free-lance in such films as Guest Wife (1945), with Don Ameche. RKO Studios hired her to appear opposite John Wayne in Without Reservations (1946), with a storyline and setting intentionally inspired by It Happened One Night.[31] As a result, Without

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Reservations grossed $3 million in the U.S.,[32] and the overall popularity of Colbert's films during 1946 led to her making a final appearance in the "Quigley Poll of the Top Ten Money Making Stars".[22] She achieved her last great success opposite Fred In The Secret Heart (1946) MacMurray in the comedy The Egg and I (1947). The film was one of the year's biggest hits, and was later acknowledged as the 12th most profitable American film of the 1940s.[33] Her subsequent films failed to capitalize on her renewed success, with the exception of the suspense film Sleep, My Love (1948) with Robert Cummings. Colbert then lost two roles that were originally intended for her, and which were highly successful ventures for each of the actresses who replaced her. She was signed to appear in State of the Union with Gary Cooper, who was replaced by Spencer Tracy. Two days before filming began, Colbert advised the director Frank Capra that she was unable to work beyond 5 p.m. each day, citing "doctor's orders". Capra refused to accommodate her terms and cast [34] Katharine Hepburn in the role. In 1949, Joseph L. Mankiewicz wrote the part of Margo Channing in All About Eve for Colbert, feeling that she best represented the style of the older actress he envisioned for the part. Mankiewicz admired her "sly wit and sense of class" and felt that she would play the part as an "elegant drunk", who would easily win the support of the audience. Colbert was enthusiastic about the role, and after a succession of noble roles, relished the prospect of playing what she described as a more "feline" character. Before production started, Colbert severely injured her back, while filming a scene for Three Came Home, and although 20th Century Fox postponed the production of All About Eve for two months while she convalesced, she was still not fit enough to take the role and was replaced by Bette Davis. Years later, Mankiewicz commented that he still imagined how effectively Colbert would have embodied the role, and how greatly her portrayal would have differed from Davis's.[35] Colbert described her loss of the role as one of her great regrets, and said that she wished she could have played the role, even if it had been "in a wheelchair".[36] Her films of this period received mixed reception. The RKO comedy Bride for Sale, in which Colbert was part of a love triangle that included George Brent and Robert Young, was well reviewed and modestly successful. The Secret Fury (1950), also for RKO, was a mystery melodrama that was widely panned, with one critic commenting that

Claudette Colbert Colbert and her co-star Robert Ryan "wandered through the film like two abandoned children in search of their father".[37]

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Decline of film career
In the early 1950s, Colbert traveled to Europe and began making fewer films. She appeared in the French film Royal Affairs in Versailles, one of only two films she made in her native country, and a success at the local box-office.[38] Colbert had a supporting role rather than top billing in the film, which also featured a number of well known French cinema performers.[39] In 1954, after a successful appearance in a television version of The Royal Family, she began acting in various teleplays. From 1954 to 1960, she appeared in the television adaptations of Blithe Spirit in 1956 and The Bells of St. Mary's in 1959. She also guest starred on Robert Montgomery Presents, Playhouse 90, and Zane Grey Theater. In 1958, she returned to Broadway in The Marriage-Go-Round, for which she was nominated for a Best Actress Tony Award. By 1955 she had stopped making films, although returned to the screen in Parrish (1961) for Warner Brothers. When the film was released, most of the studio publicity was in support of the young male lead Troy Donahue, who was being groomed by the studio. Colbert, playing the supporting role of Donahue's mother, received little attention, and the film was not a success. She never made another film although the press occasionally referred to upcoming projects that did not exist. Embarrassed, Colbert instructed her agent to stop his attempts to generate interest in her as a film actress. In the late 1960s, a reporter asked her why she had made no more films, to which she replied, "Because there have been no offers."[40] Her occasional acting ventures were limited to theater and included performances on Broadway and in London in The Irregular Verb to Love (1963); The Kingfisher (1978) in which she co-starred with Rex Harrison, and Frederick Lonsdale's Aren't We All? (1985) also with Rex Harrison. In 1987, Colbert appeared in a supporting role in the television miniseries The Two Mrs. Grenvilles. The production was a ratings success and was nominated for several awards. Colbert won a Golden Globe and received a nomination for an Emmy Award. This marked her final performance on film, however she continued to act in theater.

Personal life
In 1928, Colbert married Norman Foster, an actor and director, who appeared with Colbert in the Broadway show The Barker. However, she and her first husband lived apart, never sharing a home together in Hollywood,[41] supposedly because Colbert's mother disliked Foster and wouldn't allow him into their home.[42] Colbert and Foster divorced in 1935, and in December of that year, Colbert married Dr. Joel Pressman, a surgeon at UCLA.[5] The marriage lasted 33 years, until Pressman's death of liver cancer in 1968.

Claudette Colbert Colbert had one brother, Charles (1898–1971), who used the surname Wendling and served as her agent and business manager for a time.[6] He is credited with negotiating some of her more lucrative contracts in the late 1930s and early 1940s.[12] Colbert was a staunch Republican and conservative.[43]

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Final years and death
For years, Colbert divided her time between her apartment in Manhattan and her summer home in Speightstown, Barbados.[5] After suffering a series of strokes in 1993, she remained in her Barbados home, Belle-rive, where she died on July 30, 1996, at age 92.[5] She was buried in the Parish of St. Peter Cemetery in Barbados.[44] Colbert left no immediate family.[5]

The bulk of Colbert's estate was left to a friend, Helen O'Hagan, a retired director of corporate relations at Saks Fifth Avenue, whom Colbert had met in 1961 on the set of the her last film and who cared for Colbert following her 1993 strokes.[45]

Claudette Colbert in 1994, shortly after suffering a series of strokes.

Contemporary reception
Colbert established one of the most successful film careers of any actress of her generation, and was considered a dependable and bankable star. Her status was reflected in her earnings as one of the best paid performers of the 1930s and 1940s. Colbert once commented that she had sacrificed for the sake of her career. In discussing Colbert's career, her contemporaries confirmed her drive. Irene Dunne commented that she had lacked Colbert's "terrifying ambition" and noted that if Colbert "finished work on a film on a Saturday, she would be looking for a new project by Monday". Hedda Hopper wrote that Colbert placed her career "ahead of everything save possibly her marriage", and described her as the "smartest and canniest" of Hollywood actresses, with a strong sense of what was best for her, and a "deep rooted desire to be in shape, efficient and under control".[27] Other actors admired Colbert's comic timing; David Niven related in his biography that Gary Cooper was "terrified" at the prospect of working with Colbert in his first comedy, Bluebeard's Eighth Wife, because he considered Colbert to be an expert in the genre. The film gave Niven one of his first significant parts, and he wrote that Colbert took a nurturing role towards him and "was the soul of fun and a most generous performer," although he noted that her insistence that she be filmed only from her left side created difficulties for the cameramen.[46] Her fastidious attitude in this regard became well known, with Doris Day quoted as saying, "God wasted half a face on Claudette". During her heyday, film technicians described the right side of her face as "the dark side of the moon."[27] In a 1930s interview Constance Bennett replied to questions about her own demands, with the comment that Colbert's idiosyncrasies were far more excessive, but Bennett acknowledged that it was an integral part of Colbert's success.[23] Colbert was also generally respected for her professionalism, with the New York Times stating that she was known for giving "110 percent" to any project she worked on, and she was also highly regarded for learning the technical aspects of studio lighting and cinematography that allowed her to maintain a distinctive film image.[23] In her biography, Myrna Loy stated that Colbert, along with Joan Crawford, "knew more about lighting than the experts did."[47] Modern critics and film historians note that Colbert demonstrated versatility throughout her career, and played characters that ranged from vamps to housewives, and that encompassed screwball comedy and drama.[23] Pauline Kael wrote that Colbert was widely admired by American audiences from the time of It Happened One Night because she represented "Americans' idealized view of themselves— breezy, likable, sexy, gallant and maybe just a little hare-brained."[17]

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Broadway stage performances. etc. Gasnier Dorothy Arzner Ernst Lubitsch w/ Ginger Rogers The first of four films that Colbert made with March.Claudette Colbert chronology of performances 11 Claudette Colbert chronology of performances The following provides a list of the film. television. of the US actress. Feature films # Year Title Role Leading Man Director Other cast members / Notes 1927 1 For the Love of Mike 2 The Hole in the Wall 3 The Lady Lies Mary Ben Lyon Frank Capra Colbert's film debut and her only silent. Now believed [1] lost. Lux Radio Theater. 1929 Jean Oliver Joyce Roamer Edward G. a French language version was [2] also filmed with the same cast. Parkes Ann Vaughn Barbara Billings Lydia Thorne Lucy Stavrin Julia Traynor Franzi Monta Bell Hobart Henley George Abbott Louis J. Claudette Colbert. Helen Blake Sally Clark George Abbott Edward Sloman . French language version of the 1930 film Slightly Scarlet 1931 8 Honor Among Lovers 9 The Smiling Lieutenant 10 Secrets of a Secretary 11 His Woman w/ Miriam Hopkins. Robinson Walter Huston Norman Foster Maurice Chevalier Fredric March Adolphe Menjou Fredric March Maurice Chevalier Herbert Marshall Gary Cooper Robert Florey Hobart Henley 1930 4 Young Man of Manhattan 5 The Big Pond 6 Manslaughter 7 Mysterious Mr. Filmography Claudette Colbert in The Secret Heart (1946).

Remade in 1959 with Lana Turner in Colbert's role. Jane Everest Charles Boyer Joel McCrea 27 She Married Her Boss 28 The Bride Comes Home Julia Scott Jeannette Desmereau Melvyn Douglas Fred MacMurray Robert Young Gregory La Cava Wesley Ruggles Gregory La Cava w/ Joan Bennett. Filmed on location in Hawaii. Wesley Ruggles The first of seven films that Colbert made with MacMurray. Based on a play by Noel Coward. DeMille w/ Mary Boland. DeMille Frank Capra Cecil B. Stahl w/ Rochelle Hudson.Claudette Colbert chronology of performances 1932 12 The Wiser Sex Margaret Hughes Melvyn Douglas Edmund Lowe Clive Brook Charles Boyer Felicia Hammond Empress Poppaea George M. Best Picture. aka Mimi Benton Fredric March Ben Lyon Richard Arlen Ricardo Cortez David Manners 1934 21 Four Frightened People 22 It Happened One Night 23 Cleopatra Judy Jones Ellie Andrews Cleopatra Herbert Marshall Clark Gable Henry Wilcoxon Warren William 24 Imitation of Life Beatrice 'Bea' Pullman Warren William Ned Sparks 1935 25 The Gilded Lily Marilyn David Fred MacMurray Ray Milland 26 Private Worlds Dr. Norman Taurog Cecil B. 12 13 Misleading Lady 14 The Man from Yesterday Helen Steele Sylvia Suffolk 15 The Phantom President 16 The Sign of the Cross . Cohan Fredric March Charles Laughton 1933 17 Tonight Is Ours 18 I Cover the Waterfront 19 Three-Cornered Moon 20 Torch Singer Princess Nadya Julie Kirk Elizabeth Rimplegar Sally Trent. Academy Award winner for Best Actress (Colbert). w/ Lyda Roberti. Stuart Walker James Cruze Elliott Nugent Alexander Hall George Somnes Cecil B. etc. w/ Mary Boland. DeMille Berthold Viertel Victor Viertel Stuart Walker Berthold Viertel w/ Lilyan Tashman. John M.

39 Arise. Anne Hilton Peggy Martin John Payne Joel McCrea Fred MacMurray George Reeves Joseph Cotten Fred MacMurray Henry King Preston Sturges Mitchell Leisen Mark Sandrich John Cromwell Mitchell Leisen w/ Paulette Goddard. Previously filmed in 1917 with Theda Bara in Colbert's role. Anatole Litvak w/ Anita Louise. Rudy Vallee. . 13 1938 33 Bluebeard's Eighth Wife 1939 34 Zaza 35 Midnight Nicole de Loiselle Zaza Eve Peabody 1940 38 Boom Town Elizabeth Bartlett McMasters Clark Gable Spencer Tracy Ray Milland Dennis O'Keefe Jack Conway w/ Hedy Lamarr. w/ Jennifer Jones. Janet Davy Davidson Mrs. Frank Lloyd Wesley Ruggles w/ Gale Sondergaard Frank Lloyd w/ Rosalind Russell. My Love Augusta Mitchell Leisen Colbert once said that this was her favorite film of her [3] [4] own. Sonny Tufts. Robert Walker. w/ Mary Astor.S.Claudette Colbert chronology of performances 1936 29 Under Two Flags Cigarette Ronald Colman Victor McLaglen 1937 30 Maid of Salem 31 I Met Him in Paris Barbara Clarke Kay Denham Fred MacMurray Melvyn Douglas Robert Young 32 Tovarich Grand Duchess Tatiana Petrovna Romanov Charles Boyer Basil Rathbone Gary Cooper Herbert Marshall Don Ameche John Barrymore 36 It's a Wonderful World 37 Drums Along the Mohawk Edwina Corday Lana Martin James Stewart Henry Fonda W. Colbert's first film in Technicolor. 1941 40 Skylark Lydia Kenyon Ray Milland Brian Aherne Mark Sandrich 41 Remember the Day 1942 42 The Palm Beach Story 1943 43 No Time for Love 44 So Proudly We Hail! 1944 45 Since You Went Away 46 Practically Yours Nora Trinell Geraldine 'Gerry' Jeffers Katherine Grant Lt. Ernst Lubitsch George Cukor Mitchell Leisen w/ Mary Astor. Shirley Temple. Van Dyke John Ford w/ John Carradine. Veronica Lake.

Soldiers. 56 The Secret Fury 1951 57 Thunder on the Hill 58 Let's Make It Legal Ellen R. Also featuring Marilyn Monroe. Colbert appears in the Elizabeth segment. A French language film. Colbert's last theatrically released film. . Ewing Sister Mary Miriam Halsworth Robert Ryan Robert Douglas MacDonald Carey Zachary Scott Robert Wagner Mel Ferrer Douglas Sirk Richard Sale Director Ferrer appears in a small uncredited role.Claudette Colbert chronology of performances 1945 47 Guest Wife 1946 48 Tomorrow Is Forever 49 Without Reservations 50 The Secret Heart 1947 51 The Egg and I 1948 52 Sleep. and in the UK as Love. and the film's director. w/ Ann Blyth.S. as Outpost in Malaya. w/ June Allyson. 1950 55 Three Came Home Agnes Newton Keith Patric Knowles Sessue Hayakawa Jean Negulesco w/ Florence Desmond. w/ Eleonora Rossi Drago. Leonard Chester Erskine Douglas Sirk Features unbilled cameo appearances by Cary Grant. French language film. Released in the US as Daughters of Destiny. Jack Benny. LeRoy. Filmed in Technicolor. 1949 53 Family Honeymoon 54 Bride for Sale Katie Armstrong Jordan Nora Shelley Fred MacMurray Robert Young George Brent Claude Binyon William D. My Love Mary Price Don Ameche Sam Wood Irving Pichel 14 Elizabeth Hamilton Orson Welles George Brent Christopher Kit Madden Leola 'Lee' Addams Betty MacDonald Alison Courtland John Wayne Walter Pidgeon Fred MacMurray Robert Cummings Don Ameche Mervyn LeRoy Robert Z. Released in the U. Russell w/ Rita Johnson. Marcello Pagliero (segment [5] Elisabeth) Sacha Guitry Tim Whelan 61 Royal Affairs in Versailles 1955 62 Texas Lady Madame de Montespan Prudence Webb Barry Sullivan Troy Donahue 1961 63 Parrish Ellen McLean Delmer Daves Filmed in Technicolor. and Women. 1952 59 The Planter's Wife 1954 60 Destinées Liz Frazer Elizabeth Whitefield Jack Hawkins - Ken Annakin A British film.

Enrique Diban An Animated short subject from Spain. 1956) Playhouse 90 (1 episode. 1955) Climax! (3 episodes. 1957) Telephone Time (1 episode. including Colbert in Tovarich 1938. 1959) The Bells of St. 4 The Fashion Side of Hollywood 1938 5 Breakdowns of 1938 Herself Herself Grand Duchess Tatiana Petrovna Romanov Josef von Sternberg - A behind-the-scenes short. 1958) Colgate Theatre (1 episode. 6 7 Garabatos Claudette Colbert 8 Screen Snapshots: Photoplay Gold Medal Awards Herself Herself Herself - Herbert Moulton Short subject of columnist Hopper covering two war benefit affairs. 1957) General Electric Theater (3 episodes. 1954-1955) Letter to Loretta (1 episode. Ralph Staub Cameo appearance • Make Me a Star (1932) Television • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • The Best of Broadway (2 episodes. Mary's (1959) Zane Grey Theater (2 episodes. A behind-the-scenes look at the making of Cleopatra (1934). 1955) Ford Star Jubilee (1 episode. 1958) Frontier Justice (1 episode. Grenvilles (1987) . 1954-1955) The Ford Television Theatre (2 episodes. 1956) Robert Montgomery Presents (1 episode.Claudette Colbert chronology of performances Short Films Year # Title Role Leading Man Director Notes 15 1932 1933 1934 1 Hollywood on Parade 2 Hollywood on Parade No. 9 3 The Hollywood You Never See Herself Herself Herself Cleopatra Henry Wilcoxon Warren William - Louis Lewyn Louis Lewyn Herbert Moulton Promotional shorts. 1957-1960) The Two Mrs. Outtakes from several films. 1942 1944 1948 6 Hedda Hopper's Hollywood No. 1954-1958) Suspicion (1 episode.

1956-1959) The American Film Institute Salute to Frank Capra (1982) Radio Lux Radio Theater • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Holiday (03/10/1935) opposite Eric Dressler The Barker (07/20/1936) opposite Walter Huston The Awful Truth (10/15/1936. 1951) The Colgate Comedy Hour (1 episode. Bradford (06/19/1939) opposite William Powell Midnight (05/20/1940) opposite Don Ameche His Girl Friday (09/30/1940) opposite Fred MacMurray The Shop Around the Corner (06/23/1941) opposite Don Ameche Skylark (02/02/1942) opposite Ray Milland Once Upon a Honeymoon (04/12/1943) opposite Brian Aherne So Proudly We Hail! (11/01/1943) opposite Veronica Lake Magnificent Obsession (11/13/1944) opposite Don Ameche Practically Yours (08/27/1945) opposite Ray Milland Tomorrow is Forever (05/06/1946) opposite Van Heflin Without Reservations (08/26/1946) opposite Robert Cummings The Egg and I (05/05/1947) opposite Fred MacMurray Family Honeymoon (04/04/1949.[6] 09/11/1939) opposite Cary Grant The Gilded Lily (01/11/1937) opposite Fred MacMurray Hands Across the Table (05/03/37 1937) opposite Joel McCrea Alice Adams (01/03/1938) opposite Fred MacMurray It Happened One Night (03/20/1939) opposite Clark Gable The Ex-Mrs. 1955) General Motors 50th Anniversary Show (1957) The Steve Allen Show (3 episodes.Claudette Colbert chronology of performances 16 Self • • • • • • The Jack Benny Program (1 episode. 1956-1958) What's My Line? (2 episodes. 04/23/1951) opposite Fred MacMurray Thunder on the Hill (11/09/1953) opposite Barbara Rush The Corn Is Green (05/17/1954) opposite Cameron Mitchell .

1928 . 1981 . Jake and Uncle Joe (Jan 28.Jan 1924) A Kiss in a Taxi (Aug 25. 1929 .Nov 1927) La Gringa (Feb 1. 1979) A Talent for Murder (Oct 1. 1928 .Jul 1927) The Mulberry Bush (Oct 26. 1923 . 1960) Julia.Oct 1928) Tin Pan Alley (Nov 1.Oct 1926) The Pearl of Great Price (Nov 1. 1985) Other stage • • • • Island Fling (1951) opposite Noel Coward in Westport. 1927 . 1958 . Pennsylvania Aren't We All? (1984).Feb 1928) Within the Law (Mar 5. 1978 . 1928 . opposite Rex Harrison. 1927 .Mar 1929) See Naples and Die (Sep 24. 1961) The Irregular Verb to Love (Sep 17.May 13.Dec 28.Jul 21. 1963) The Kingfisher (Dec 6. Connecticut Diplomatic Relations (1965) opposite Brian Aherne in Miami. Haymarket Theatre.Nov 1926) The Barker (Jan 18. 1928 .Dec 6.Oct 1925) The Ghost Train (Aug 25. 1926 .Dec 1928) Dynamo (Feb 11.Claudette Colbert chronology of performances 17 NBC radio show • The Old Gold Comedy Theatre: The Palm Beach Story (10/29/1944)[7] opposite Robert Young and Natalie Schafer • Bob Hope Show: Guest Star Claudette Colbert (04/01/1952)[8] Theater Broadway • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • The Wild Westcotts (Dec 24.Feb 13. 1956) The Marriage-Go-Round (Oct 29.Jun 30. 1929 . 1926 . 1985 . Florida A Community of Two (1974) in Philadelphia. 1981) Aren't We All? (Apr 29.Nov 1929) Janus (1956 during the spring and summer[3] . 1925 . London Audio cassette • Gift from the Sea (1986)[9] . 1963 .Mar 1928) Fast Life (Sep 26.

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[1] [2] The film is now considered a lost film. and agent Leland Hayward convinced Capra into deferring his salary until the end of production.[5] Capra was never paid for his participation.[4] Frank Capra himself referred to the film as his first flop.[3] Background For the Love of Mike is based upon the story "Hell's Kitchen" by John Moroso. Moroso (story) Claudette Colbert Ben Lyon George Sidney Richard "Skeets" Gallagher Ford Sterling Hugh Cameron Starring Cinematography Ernest Haller Studio Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Robert Kane Productions First National Pictures July 31. 1927 75 min  United States English Intertitles For the Love of Mike (1927). this became Capra's first opportunity to direct a New York based production.For the Love of Mike 19 For the Love of Mike For the Love of Mike movie poster Directed by Produced by Written by Frank Capra Robert Kane J. funding was limited. and starring Claudette Colbert(her film debut) and Ben Lyon. and had planned each to be financed with profits from the preceding. Clarkson Miller Leland Hayward John A.[7] Producer Robert Kane had contracts to provide First National Pictures with 10 films.[7] The film is considered a commercial failure despite having what is considered a strong cast and decent production values. originally titled Hell's Kitchen. is an American drama/romance silent film directed by Frank Capra.[7] The .[6] For the Love of Mike was the tenth in this package.[5] [6] Having recently ended his association as writer for actor Harry Langdon.

at the end. Colbert vowed.). ISBN 0306807718. two years later.93. she signed with Paramount Pictures. Vito Zagarrio.[12] 20 Plot A baby boy is found abandoned in a Hell's Kitchen tenement and subsequently is raised by three men: a German delicatessen owner (Sterling). New York Times.+ Frank+ Capra& source=bl& ots=3-weoMKT8s& sig=vNNfzqy9eYam2fEi3ty4WMO1l_k& hl=en& ei=h0WLSp70IpTiswPfhrnHDQ& sa=X& oi=book_result& ct=result& resnum=1#v=onepage& q="For the Love of Mike". She seems quite at home before the camera". Mike enrolls at Yale and Mike gains a reputation as a sports hero. however a pretty Italian girl. They adopt the boy and raise him as their own.[6] [8] For the Love of Mike is marked as being both the screen debut of Claudette Colbert and her only silent film appearance. ed (1998). applause". 73–78 . com/ movie/ 91978/ For-the-Love-of-Mike/ overview). OCLC 9780306807718. OCLC 9781566396080. . "For the Love of Mike (1927)" (http:/ / movies. com/ books?id=x_E09IWRomMC& pg=PA73& lpg=PA73& dq="For+ the+ Love+ of+ Mike". for there was laughter and. "I shall never make another film". Frank Capra& f=false) (illustrated ed. It seemed to satisfy the audience at the Hippodrome yesterday afternoon.[8] [9] [10] After the film received poor reviews and failed financially. Simon & Schuster. The now-grown Mike (Lyon) resists going to college because he does not wish to be a financial burden to his adoptive fathers. nytimes. 51. .). His three fathers then come forward to confront and deal with the gamblers. and concluded "Claudette Colbert. 166.[11] However. ISBN 1566396085. and an Irish street cleaner (Cameron). they demand he purposely lose the school's big rowing match with Harvard. . He begins to associate with gamblers and ends up owing them money. Mordaunt. a Jewish tailor (Sidney). British Film Institute. silentera. Capra& f=false) (illustrated ed. [5] Capra. Da Capo Press. Retrieved 2009-08-17. Mary (Colbert) working at the delicatessen convinces him to go. uk/ sift/ title/ 1491). The timeline jumps 20 years into their future. Joseph (1992). google. bfi. . com/ books?id=Ia1aAAAAMAAJ& q="For+ the+ Love+ of+ Mike". html) [4] Robert Sklar. ISBN 0671734946. His three fathers and the girl come to support him during the race.For the Love of Mike film had distribution problems and is now believed to be a lost film. Frank Capra: the catastrophe of success (http:/ / books. google. Temple University Press. who was seen in Kenyon Nicholson's play "The Barker.+ "lost+ film"& ei=wmaLSrSLGJPOlQSP65ieCg) (illustrated ed. Frank (1997). google. The name above the title: an autobiography (http:/ / books. [3] SilentEra entry (http:/ / www. . with no print currently known to exist.[4] Cast • • • • • • • • Claudette Colbert as Mary Ben Lyon as Mike George Sidney as Abraham Katz Ford Sterling as Herman Schultz Hugh Cameron as Patrick O'Malley Richard "Skeets" Gallagher as Coxey Pendleton Rudolph Cameron as Henry Sharp Mabel Swor as Evelyn Joyce Reception Mordaunt Hall of New York Times wrote that the film "makes no pretensions of being anything but a movie. . To settle his debts. org. pp. pp.[13] References [1] Hall. [6] McBride.+ Capra& ei=qmuLSomoBY_4lQTQ6vWBCg#v=onepage& q="For the Love of Mike".)." lends her charm to this obstreperous piece of work. Frank Capra: authorship and the studio system (http:/ / books. and he defies the gamblers and wins the race.+ "lost+ film"& dq="For+ the+ Love+ of+ Mike". [2] "For the Love of Mike (1927)" (http:/ / ftvdb. Retrieved 2009-08-18. com/ PSFL/ data/ F/ FortheLoveofMike1927. com/ books?id=s3ewZWu0YJEC& pg=PA51& dq="For+ the+ Love+ of+ Mike". OCLC 9780671734947. He disavows his three fathers which leads to the Irishman giving him a thrashing in front of the boy's best friends.

imdb. The Age. "For the Love of Mike" (http:/ / www. google. . Hal. July 17.+ first+ film& ei=kkuKSonvNYuskATAhpWWCg#v=onepage& q="Claudette Colbert ". Retrieved 2009-08-19. Allmovie.com/title/tt0017898/) at the Internet Movie Database For the Love of Mike (http://www. jsp?spid=36555). Tom (1980). "The Screen. . A. first film& f=false).com/title/title. google. [8] "Claudette Colbert" (http:/ / www. Barnes. [10] "Studio Flashes" (http:/ / news. the life and times of Nunnally Johnson (http:/ / books. html) . com/ books?id=vKlZAAAAMAAJ& q="For+ the+ Love+ of+ Mike". . tcm.com/work/91978) at Allmovie For the Love of Mike at Silentera. Ben Lyon.allmovie.+ Capra& dq="For+ the+ Love+ of+ Mike". com/ index. google. New York Times. ISBN 0498023621.2122688& dq=for-the-love-of-mike+ capra). Hollywood's All-Time Greatest Stars: A Quiz Book (http:/ / books. . 2009. . 21 External links • • • • For the Love of Mike (http://tcmdb. [9] Rausch. com/ newspapers?id=k6UQAAAAIBAJ& sjid=KZcDAAAAIBAJ& pg=5662. Andrew J. 1937. the Athlete". OCLC 9780498023620.For the Love of Mike [7] Erickson. Screenwriter. php?s=essays& item=26). allmovie.jsp?stid=492990) at the TCM Movie Database For the Love of Mike (http://www.com/PSFL/data/F/FortheLoveofMike1927. Retrieved August 17. Turner Classic Movies. [12] "Biography for Claudette Colbert" (http:/ / www.silentera. Retrieved 2009-08-18. [13] Hall. S. com/ work/ 91978). ISBN 0806524693. (2003). Citadel Press. Mordaunt (August 24. classicfilmguide. OCLC 9780806524696.com (http://www.). Retrieved 2009-08-19. com/ tcmdb/ participant. [11] Stempel. .+ Capra& ei=jWiLSsuGApPclQSqpOmgCg) (illustrated ed. Classic Film Guide. 1927). com/ books?id=8NtQldfmjUgC& pg=PA38& dq="Claudette+ Colbert+ ".

Robinson as a gangster.The Hole in the Wall 22 The Hole in the Wall The Hole in the Wall Directed by Written by Starring Robert Florey Pierre Collings Frederick J. Robinson. and starring Claudette Colbert and Edward G. This film marks the first appearance of Edward G. Ramsay Katherine Emmet as Mrs. Franke Harling Music by Cinematography George J. Robinson David Newell Gerard Carbonara W. Robinson as The Fox David Newell as Gordon Grant Nellie Savage as Madame Mystera Donald Meek as Goofy Alan Brooks as Jim Louise Closser Hale as Mrs. Carlake Marcia Kagno as Marcia Barry Macollum as Dogface George MacQuarrie as Inspector Helen Crane as Mrs. Jackson (play) Claudette Colbert Edward G. Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • Claudette Colbert as Jean Oliver Edward G. Lyons . Folsey Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Mort Blumenstock Paramount Pictures 27 April 1929 73 min  United States English The Hole in the Wall is a 1929 film directed by Robert Florey.

jsp?stid=78188 [2] http:/ / www. com/ title/ tt0019992/ [3] http:/ / www.The Hole in the Wall 23 External links • The Hole in the Wall [1] at the TCM Movie Database • The Hole in the Wall [2] at the Internet Movie Database • The Hole in the Wall [3] at Allmovie References [1] http:/ / tcmdb. imdb. com/ title/ title. allmovie. com/ work/ 95421 .

Cast • • • • • • • • • • Walter Huston as Robert Rossiter Claudette Colbert as Joyce Roamer Charles Ruggles as Charlie Tayler Patricia Deering as Jo Rossiter Tom Brown as Bob Rossiter Betty Garde as Hilda Pearson Jean Dixon as Ann Gardner Duncan Penwarden as Henry Tuttle Virginia True Boardman as Amelia Tuttle Verna Deane as Bernice Tuttle . Claudette Colbert and Charles Ruggles.The Lady Lies (film) 24 The Lady Lies (film) The Lady Lies Directed by Produced by Written by Hobert Henley Walter Wanger Mort Blumenstock (titles) Garrett Fort (adaptation) Walter Huston Claudette Colbert Charles Ruggles Patricia Deering Tom Brown Starring Cinematography William O. Steiner Editing by Studio Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Helene Turner Paramount Pictures Paramount Pictures 21 September 1929 75 min USA English The Lady Lies is a 1929 film directed by Hobert Henley. and starring Walter Huston. Plot Children of a widower who is having an affair with a salesgirl try to break it up but are won over by the girl.

. USA External links • The Lady Lies [1] at the Internet Movie Database • The Lady Lies [2] at Allmovie • The Lady Lies [3] at the TCM Movie Database References [1] http:/ / www. jsp?stid=80675 . com/ title/ tt0020072/ [2] http:/ / www. com/ work/ 98510 [3] http:/ / tcmdb.The Lady Lies (film) 25 Filming locations Paramount Studios . Hollywood. California. Los Angeles. com/ title/ title. allmovie.5555 Melrose Ave. imdb.

Harriet Aalbu as the Sherman Sisters (as Aalbu Sisters) H. Ginger Rogers and Charles Ruggles.Young Man of Manhattan 26 Young Man of Manhattan Young Man of Manhattan Directed by Produced by Written by Monta Bell Monta Bell Daniel Reed Katherine Brush (novel) Robert Presnell Sr. Aileene Aalbu. Plot Jealousy comes between a couple when the wife earns more money and becomes more famous than her husband. and starring Claudette Colbert. Cast • • • • • • • Claudette Colbert as Ann Vaughn Norman Foster as Toby McLean Ginger Rogers as Puff Randolph Charles Ruggles as Shorty Ross Leslie Austin as Dwight Knowles Lorraine Aalbu. (story) Claudette Colbert Norman Foster Ginger Rogers Charles Ruggles Sammy Fain Pierre Norman W. Norman Foster. It had been filmed in New York City. Dudley Hawley as Doctor . 1930 79 minutes United States English Young Man of Manhattan is a 1930 film made by Paramount Pictures. Raskin Starring Music by Cinematography Larry Williams Editing by Studio Release date(s) Running time Country Language Emma Hill Paramount Pictures May 17. Fern Aalbu. directed by Monta Bell.

jsp?stid=96544 .Young Man of Manhattan 27 Quotes • Puff Randolph: Cigarette me. big boy. com/ title/ title. imdb. com/ title/ tt0021568/ [2] http:/ / www. allmovie. External links • Young Man of Manhattan [1] at the Internet Movie Database • Young Man of Manhattan [2] at Allmovie • Young Man of Manhattan [3] at the TCM Movie Database References [1] http:/ / www. com/ work/ 118101 [3] http:/ / tcmdb.

who provided the dialogue in his first Hollywood assignment. . and was directed by Hobart Henley. The film stars Maurice Chevalier and Claudette Colbert. and was released by Paramount Pictures. Thomas Scenario: Garrett Fort Robert Presnell Sr.[1] The film was written by Garrett Fort. G. Thomas.E. Dialogue: Preston Sturges Maurice Chevalier Claudette Colbert Irving Kahal Al Sherman Lew Brown Ray Henderson Sammy Fain Al Lewis B. Robert Presnell Sr. Folsey Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Emma Hill Paramount May 3. 1930 78 minutes United States English The Big Pond is a 1930 American romantic comedy film based on a 1928 play of the same name by George Middleton and A.The Big Pond 28 The Big Pond The Big Pond theatrical poster Directed by Produced by Written by Hobart Henley Monta Bell Play: George Middleton A. Marion Ballou.E. and Preston Sturges. DeSylva Pierre Norman Starring Music by Cinematography George J. and features George Barbier. and Andrée Corday.

G. and is then fired when he is wrongly accused of spilling rum on some chewing gum samples. he manages to captivate his landlady (Andrée Corday) and the maid (Elaine Koch) with his humorous songs. Unfortunately.[2] 29 Plot Pierre Mirande (Maurice Chevalier). Barbara disapproves.[3] [4] Cast • • • • • • • • Maurice Chevalier as Pierre Mirande Claudette Colbert as Barbara Billings George Barbier as Mr. and also provided Chevalier with his first American hit song "Livin' in the Sunlight. Despite living in a dingy boardinghouse and being given the hardest job in the plant. but Pierre whisks her away in a speedboat. . and is promoted as well. Billings Marion Ballou as Mrs. Claudette Colbert.The Big Pond The Big Pond was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actor for Maurice Chevalier. Queens. he falls asleep on the night he is to attend Barbara's party.[7] [8] Maurice Chevalier. Billings Andrée Corday as Toinette Frank Lyon as Ronnie Nat Pendleton as Pat O'Day Elaine Koch as Jennie Songs • "Livin' in the Sunlight. Pierre Norman and Sammy Fain Production The Big Pond and its French language version La grande mare[6] were shot simultaneously at the Paramount Astoria Studios in Astoria. Barbara's mother (Marion Ballou) persuades her husband to give Pierre a job in his chewing-gum factory in the States. Although Barbara loves Pierre as well. Lovin' in the Moonlight" written by Al Sherman and Al Lewis. DeSylva and Ray Henderson [5] • "Mia Cara" and "You Brought a New Kind of Love to Me" by Irving Kahal. Andrée Corday and Nat [6] Pendelton played the same roles in both versions. Lovin' in the Moonlight" by Al Sherman and Al Lewis • "This Is My Lucky Day" by Lew Brown. a wealthy American tourist whose father (George Barbier). Ronnie (Frank Lyon) and her father see him as a fortune-hunter. her suitor. B. is a Venetian tour guide from a poor French family who falls in love with Barbara Billings (Claudette Colbert). and plans to marry Ronnie. He wins back his job. when he sells liquor-coated chewing gum as a sales gimmick. New York City.

Hal Plot synopsis (Allmovie) (http:/ / www. jsp?stid=68700& category=Music) La Grande Mare (http:/ / www.imdb. Erickson. except the editing for the French version was done by Barney Rogan. Williams as Ronnie Nat Pendleton as Pat O'Day Loraine Jaillet as Jennie Writer Preston Sturges was fluent in French.com/title/tt0020690/) at the Internet Movie Database La grande mare (http://www. The cast was: • • • • • • • • Maurice Chevalier as Pierre Mirande Claudette Colbert as Barbara Billings Henry Mortimer as Mr.jsp?stid=561611) at the TCM Movie Database The Big Pond (http://www. com/ production. com/ cg/ avg. imdb. 1998. Billings Andrée Corday as Toinette William B. imdb.[8] French version The French language version of The Big Pond. com/ title/ tt0020690/ locations) TCM Notes (http:/ / www. jsp?stid=68700& category=Notes) External links • • • • • • The Big Pond (http://www.com/title/tt0020935/) at the Internet Movie Database The Big Pond (http://tcmdb. allmovie. which was filmed simultaneously with the English version. tcm. tcm.com/title/title. com/ tcmdb/ title. Walt's Time: from before to beyond. tcm.[6] Notes [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] The Big Pond (http:/ / www. php?id=10659) at the Internet Broadway Database Sherman. com/ title/ tt0020935/ ) at the Internet Movie Database IMDB Filming locations (http:/ / www. but additional dialogue was provided by Jacques Bataille-Henri. com/ tcmdb/ title.allmovie. Billings Maude Allen as Mrs. The technical credits for the two versions are the same. Robert B.com/work/85027) at Allmovie La grande mare (http://www. ibdb. was called La grande mare. jsp?stid=68700& category=Full Synopsis) TCM Music (http:/ / www. Santa Clarita: Camphor Tree Publishers.com/work/85027) at Allmovie .The Big Pond 30 Awards Maurice Chevalier was nominated for a 1930 Academy Award for "Best Actor in a Leading Role" for his performance in The Big Pond as well as his performance in The Love Parade (1929). com/ tcmdb/ title.jsp?stid=68700) at the TCM Movie Database La grande mare (http://tcmdb.com/title/title.imdb. dll?p=avg& sql=1:85027) TCM Full synopsis (http:/ / www.allmovie.

Albee Hilda Vaughn as Louise Evans G. and starring Claudette Colbert and Fredric March. Plot It tells the story of a rich woman who runs over and kills a man in an automobile accident. Simpson as Morson Irving Mitchell as Foster . An original print of the film is saved in the UCLA Film and Television Archive.Manslaughter (1930 film) 31 Manslaughter (1930 film) Manslaughter Directed by Written by George Abbott George Abbott (adaptation) Alice Duer Miller (novel) Claudette Colbert Fredric March Karl Hajos Starring Music by Cinematography Archie Stout Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Otho Lovering Paramount Pictures 23 July 1930 85 min  United States English Manslaughter is a 1930 film directed by George Abbott. Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • Claudette Colbert as Lydia Thorne Fredric March as Dan O'Bannon Emma Dunn as Miss Bennett Natalie Moorhead as Eleanor Bellington Richard Tucker as J.P. Pat Collins as John Drummond Steve Pendleton as Bobby Stanley Fields as Peters Arnold Lucy as Piers Ivan F.

jsp?stid=82867 [2] http:/ / www. com/ work/ 101560 . com/ title/ tt0021121/ [3] http:/ / www. com/ title/ title.Manslaughter (1930 film) 32 External links • Manslaughter [1] at the TCM Movie Database • Manslaughter [2] at the Internet Movie Database • Manslaughter [3] at Allmovie References [1] http:/ / tcmdb. allmovie. imdb.

allmovie. Parkes Directed by Written by Starring Louis J. Gasnier.[2] directed by Louis J. Corbett Sandra Ravel as Edith Corbett Armand Kaliz as Malatroff Frank O'Neill as Jimmy Weyman André Cheron as Police Captain Jacques Jou-Jerville References [1] (http:/ / www. Parkes (French title: L'Énigmatique Monsieur Parkes) is a 1930 comedy drama film made by Paramount Pictures. imdb. Siegler Editing by Studio Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Jacques Bataille-Henri Paramount Pictures Paramount Pictures 30 August 1930 (USA) 17 October 1930 (France) 75 min USA [1] French Mysterious Mr.imdb.com/title/tt0021578/) at the Internet Movie Database • Mysterious Mr. com/ title/ tt0021578/ companycredits) External links • Mysterious Mr. imdb.com/work/98054) at Allmovie • Mysterious Mr. Parkes (http://tcmdb.com/title/title.Mysterious Mr. Gasnier Jacques Bataille-Henri Percy Heath (play) Adolphe Menjou Claudette Colbert Cinematography Allen G.jsp?stid=576529) at the TCM Movie Database . Parkes 33 Mysterious Mr. com/ title/ tt0021578/ ) [2] (http:/ / www. Parkes (http://www. Cast • • • • • • • • • Adolphe Menjou as Courtenay Parkes Claudette Colbert as Lucy Stavrin Emile Chautard as Sylvester Corbett Adrienne D'Ambricourt as Mrs. Parkes (http://www. Parkes Mysterious Mr.

The secretary woman (Julia Traynor) marries with the hysterical fraud man (Philip Craig) to escape her boss' persistent demand. Monroe Owsley. Plot It tells the story of the wife of a peculator who has an affair with a Wall Street trader (Jerry Stafford) to keep her husband out of prison. Charles Ruggles and Ginger Rogers. Cast • • • • • • Claudette Colbert as Julia Traynor Fredric March as Jerry Stafford Monroe Owsley as Philip Craig Charles Ruggles as Monty Dunn Ginger Rogers as Doris Brown Avonne Taylor as Maybelle Worthington . directed by Dorothy Arzner.Honor Among Lovers 34 Honor Among Lovers Honor Among Lovers Directed by Written by Dorothy Arzner Austin Parker (also story) Gertrude Purcell Claudette Colbert Fredric March Monroe Owsley Charles Ruggles Ginger Rogers Vernon Duke Johnny Green Starring Music by Cinematography George J. The film stars Claudette Colbert. Craig wakes up from a drunk sleep to tell his wife what has happened. 1931 75 minutes United States English Honor Among Lovers is a 1931 drama film made by Paramount Pictures. Fredric March. Folsey Editing by Studio Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Helene Turner Paramount Pictures Paramount Pictures March 21.

Butler Grace Kern as Party Guest Winifred Harris as Party Guest Roberta Beatty as Mrs.imdb. Party Guest Charles Halton as Wilkes Granville Bates as Clark Si Wills as Club Waiter Betty Morrissey as Party Guest Dr.com/work/95547) at Allmovie . Headwaiter Leonard Carey as Forbes.com/title/title.jsp?stid=78331) at the TCM Movie Database • Honor Among Lovers (http://www. Nathan Rozofsky as Bit Role 35 References External links • Honor Among Lovers (http://tcmdb.Honor Among Lovers • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Pat O'Brien as Conroy Janet McLeary as Margaret Newton John Kearney as Inspector Ralph Morgan as Riggs Jules Epailly as Louis.allmovie.com/title/tt0021969/) at the Internet Movie Database • Honor Among Lovers (http://www. Fleming.

The film was directed by Ernst Lubitsch and was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture. Folsey Merrill G. 1931 (US) 89 minutes United States English Starring Music by Cinematography Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language The Smiling Lieutenant is a 1931 American film produced by Paramount Pictures. it was written by Samson Raphaelson and Ernest Vajda. The other two were Trouble in Paradise and Design for Living. from the operetta Ein Walzertraum by Oscar Straus (libretto by Leopold Jacobson and Felix Dörmann). . which in turn was based on the novel Nur der Prinzgemahl (Only the Prince Consort) by Hans Müller-Einigen. White Paramount Pictures August 1. This was the first of three films directed by Lubitsch and starring Miriam Hopkins.The Smiling Lieutenant 36 The Smiling Lieutenant The Smiling Lieutenant Directed by Produced by Written by Ernst Lubitsch Ernst Lubitsch Novel: Hans Müller-Einigen Operetta: Leopold Jacobson Felix Dörmann Screenplay: Samson Raphaelson Ernest Vajda Uncredited: Ernst Lubitsch French dialogue: Jacques Bataille-Henri Maurice Chevalier Claudette Colbert Miriam Hopkins Oscar Straus George J. Made in the Pre-Code era.

Franzi sees that the princess is in fact deeply in love with the lieutenant. Unfortunately the smile is intercepted by the Princess of Flausenthurm. Claudette Colbert. Cast (in credits order) • • • • • • Maurice Chevalier as Lieutenant Nikolaus 'Niki' von Preyn Claudette Colbert as Franzi Miriam Hopkins as Princess Anna Charles Ruggles as Max George Barbier as King Adolf XV Hugh O'Connell as Niki's Orderly External links • The Smiling Lieutenant [1] at the Internet Movie Database • Criterion Collection essay [2] by Michael Koresky References [1] http:/ / www. It is a romantic comedy concerning the love of a Princess for a soldier. imdb. and decides to save the marriage by giving the princess a makeover ("Jazz up your lingerie!") The results are a complete success as the Lieutenant follows his satin-clad. After the initial confrontation. The Lieutenant (Chevalier) while standing in formation before a parade honoring the visiting royal family of Flausenthurm takes an opportunity to smile at his girlfriend in the crowd. and the love of the soldier for another woman. Miriam Hopkins. The Lieutenant sneaks away from his bride to wander the streets of Flausenthurm and discovers his girlfriend Franzi (Colbert). com/ title/ tt0022074/ [2] http:/ / www. criterion. and an international incident is narrowly avoided by having them marry. com/ current/ posts/ 648 . The princess receives notice of this and decides to confront Franzi.The Smiling Lieutenant 37 Plot The movie stars Maurice Chevalier. cigarette-puffing bride into the bedroom and closes the door — only to open it and give the audience a last song and a suggestive wink. Charles Ruggles and George Barbier.

Folsey Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Helene Turner Paramount Pictures 5 September 1931 71 min  United States English Secrets of a Secretary is a 1931 film directed by George Abbott. Plot Society girl becomes a social secretary when her father dies penniless. Merritt Berton Churchill as Mr. and starring Claudette Colbert and Herbert Marshall. Merritt Averell Harris as Don Marlow Betty Garde as Dorothy White Hugh O'Connell as Charlie Rickenbacker . From a story by Charles Brackett.Secrets of a Secretary 38 Secrets of a Secretary Secrets of a Secretary Directed by Produced by Written by George Abbott George Abbott George Abbott (adaptation) Charles Brackett (story) Claudette Colbert Herbert Marshall Johnny Green Starring Music by Cinematography George J. Cast • • • • • • • • • Claudette Colbert as Helen Blake Herbert Marshall as Lord Danforth Georges Metaxa as Frank D'Agnoll Betty Lawford as Sylvia Merritt Mary Boland as Mrs.

allmovie. com/ title/ title.Secrets of a Secretary 39 External links • Secrets of a Secretary [1] at the TCM Movie Database • Secrets of a Secretary [2] at the Internet Movie Database • Secrets of a Secretary [3] at Allmovie References [1] http:/ / tcmdb. jsp?stid=89489 [2] http:/ / www. com/ work/ 109373 . com/ title/ tt0022359/ [3] http:/ / www. imdb.

Steiner Editing by Studio Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Arthur Ellis Paramount Pictures Paramount Pictures 21 November 1931 76 min USA English His Woman is a 1931 romantic drama film made by Paramount Pictures.His Woman 40 His Woman His Woman Directed by Written by Edward Sloman Melville Baker Adelaide Heilbron Dale Collins (novel) Gary Cooper Claudette Colbert Starring Cinematography William O. Plot Story of captain of freighter who adopts a baby he picks up in a boat and engages a girl to look after him. Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Gary Cooper as Captain Sam Whalan Claudette Colbert as Sally Clark Averell Harris as Mate Gatson Richard Spiro as Sammy Douglass Dumbrille as Alisandroe Raquel Davidovich as Maria Estella Hamtree Harrington as Aloysius Sidney Easton as Mark Joan Blair as Gertrude Charlotte Wynters as Flo Herschel Mayall as Mrs. Doyle as Doctor . directed by Edward Sloman. Morrisey Joseph Calleia as The Agent Lon Haschal as Captain of Schooner Harry Davenport as Customs Inspector John T. and written by Melville Baker and Adelaide Heilbron. based on novel by Dale Collins.

References External links • His Woman (http://tcmdb.imdb.com/title/tt0021963/) at the Internet Movie Database • His Woman (http://www. New York City. 3412 36th Street.jsp?stid=78113) at the TCM Movie Database • His Woman (http://www.com/work/95350) at Allmovie . Queens.His Woman 41 Filming locations The film has been filmed at the Kaufman Astoria Studios.allmovie.com/title/title. Astoria.

The Wiser Sex 42 The Wiser Sex The Wiser Sex Theatrical poster Directed by Written by Berthold Viertel Fred Zinnemann (assistant) Caroline Francke Harry Hervey Clyde Fitch (play) Claudette Colbert Melvyn Douglas Lilyan Tashman Franchot Tone William Boyd Johnny Green Starring Music by Cinematography George J. . directed by Berthold Viertel and Victor Viertel. William Boyd and Ross Alexander. and starring Claudette Colbert. Melvyn Douglas. Folsey Studio Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Paramount Pictures Paramount Pictures 15 March 1932 76 min USA English The Wiser Sex is a 1932 film made by Paramount Pictures. Lilyan Tashman.

based on the play Her Confessions by Clyde Fitch. imdb. Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • Claudette Colbert as Margaret Hughes Melvyn Douglas as David Rolfe Lilyan Tashman as Claire Foster William 'Stage' Boyd as Harry Evans Ross Alexander as Jimmy O'Neill Franchot Tone as Phil Long Effie Shannon as Mrs. com/ title/ title. com/ title/ tt0023702/ [3] http:/ / www. com/ work/ 1:117264 . Hughes Paul Harvey as Blaney Granville Bates as City editor Victor Kilian as Ed Robert Fischer as Fritz Engelhardt Douglass Dumbrille as Chauffeur aka The Wop Production ended mid-Feb 1932 at Paramount-Publix New York Studios (Astoria. The film is affected with the crime crusade of New York's Samuel Seabury legislative committee at the time. allmovie.The Wiser Sex 43 Plot It tells the clash story of an ambitious politician and a racketeer. Long Island) External links • The Wiser Sex [1] at the TCM Movie Database • The Wiser Sex [2] at the Internet Movie Database • The Wiser Sex [3] at Allmovie References [1] http:/ / tcmdb. jsp?stid=96017 [2] http:/ / www.

and starring Claudette Colbert and Edmund Lowe. Queens (in New York City) upon the completion of this film on 1 March 1932. Plot Story of girl. Goddard and Paul Dickey. Cast • • • • • • • • Claudette Colbert as Helen Steele Edmund Lowe as Jack Craigen Stuart Erwin as Boney Robert Strange as Sydney Parker George Meeker as Tracy Selena Royle as Alice Connell Curtis Cooksey as Bob Connell William Gargan as Fitzpatrick . Folsey Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Paramount Pictures 15 April 1932 70 minutes United States English Misleading Lady is a 1932 film directed by Stuart Walker. Paramount closed its studio in Astoria. Goddard (play) Adelaide Heilbron Claudette Colbert Edmund Lowe Stuart Erwin Johnny Green Starring Music by Cinematography George J. who to convince a producer of her ability to act. undertakes to make a man propose to her within three days. From the play by Charles W.Misleading Lady 44 Misleading Lady Misleading Lady Theatrical release poster Directed by Written by Stuart Walker Paul Dickey (play) Caroline Francke Charles W.

New York City. com/ work/ 102494 . allmovie. jsp?stid=83599 [2] http:/ / www. com/ title/ tt0023229/ [3] http:/ / www. Queens. imdb. New York. USA External links • Misleading Lady [1] at the TCM Movie Database • Misleading Lady [2] at the Internet Movie Database • Misleading Lady [3] at Allmovie References [1] http:/ / tcmdb. Astoria.3412 36th Street.Misleading Lady • • • • • • Nina Walker as Jane Neatherby Edgar Nelson as Steve Fred Stewart as Babs Harry Ellerbe as Spider Will Geer as McMahon Donald MacBride as Bill 45 Filming locations Kaufman Astoria Studios . com/ title/ title.

P. Sylvia Suffolk and British officer Tony Clyde get married. and written by Oliver H. bases on story by Neil Blackwell and Rowland G. Sylvia gradually falls in love with René. Kopp John Leipold Starring Music by Cinematography Karl Struss Studio Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Paramount Pictures Paramount Pictures June 24. On holiday in Switzerland with René. shortly before Tony leaves for the front. directed by Berthold Viertel. newly pregnant. Sylvia. Sylvia is shocked to find Tony is still alive.The Man from Yesterday 46 The Man from Yesterday The Man from Yesterday Directed by Written by Berthold Viertel Oliver H. and now finds herself torn between duty to Tony and marriage to René. Plot In Paris at the end of the First World War. . but is reluctant to remarry since she has no official news of Tony's death. Garrett. Garrett Story: Neil Blackwell Rowland G. 1932 71 minutes USA English The Man from Yesterday is a 1932 romantic war drama film made by Paramount Pictures. and convalescing.P. is given the news that Tony is dead while working as a nurse for surgeon René Gaudin. Edwards. Edwards Claudette Colbert Clive Brooke Herman Hand Rudolph G.

com/ Boyer/ ManYestrdy. allmovie. htm . jsp?stid=82618 http:/ / www. com/ title/ title. imdb. Waite Greta Meyer as Inn Proprietress Barbara Leonard as Steve's Girl Yola d'Avril as Tony's Girl Ronnie Cosby as Baby Tony Emile Chautard as Priest George Davis as Taxi Driver Christian Rub as Terrace Waiter External links • The Man from Yesterday [1] at the TCM Movie Database • The Man from Yesterday [2] at the Internet Movie Database • The Man from Yesterday [3] at Allmovie • The Mave-The Man from Yesterday [4] References [1] [2] [3] [4] http:/ / tcmdb.The Man from Yesterday 47 Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • Claudette Colbert as Sylvia Suffolk Clive Brook as Capt. Tony Clyde Charles Boyer as Rene Gaudin Andy Devine as Steve Hand Alan Mowbray as Dr. com/ work/ 101206 http:/ / themave. com/ title/ tt0023185/ http:/ / www.

Cohan Claudette Colbert Jimmy Durante Richard Rodgers Rudolph G.The Phantom President 48 The Phantom President The Phantom President Directed by Written by Norman Taurog Walter DeLeon Harlan Thompson George F. Kopp (uncredited) John Leipold (uncredited) Starring Music by Cinematography David Abel Studio Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Paramount Pictures Paramount Pictures September 23. Claudette Colbert and Jimmy Durante. 1932 (U. Worts (novel) George M. among others. United States English The Phantom President is a 1932 film directed by Norman Taurog. and starring George M. Cohan would sarcastically refer to Rodgers and Hart as "Gilbert and Sullivan". . George M. During the filming. and that it was being supplanted by the more literate and musically sophisticated shows of Rodgers and Hart.) 78 min.S. According to Richard Rodgers. Cohan was bitter that the type of musical theatre that he had created was now out of fashion. Cohan. Cohan deeply resented having to work with Rodgers and lyricist Lorenz Hart on the film.

" • Peeter J. 'Doc' Varney Claudette Colbert as Felicia Hammond Jimmy Durante as Curly Cooney George Barbier as Boss Jim Ronkton Sidney Toler as Prof. com/ title/ tt0023334/ [3] http:/ / www. Sarah Scranton Jameson Thomas as Jerrido Julius McVicker as Sen. Quotes • Prof. Blair has no flair for savoir faire. Blair/Peeter J. Aikenhead Louise Mackintosh as Sen. Aikenhead: "Blair lacks political charm. Cohan as Theodore K. com/ work/ 106021 .The Phantom President 49 Plot It tells the fictional story of American presidential candidates. Worts. 'Doc' Varney: "I'm just trying to figure out which one of us looks the most alike. jsp?stid=86608 [2] http:/ / www. allmovie. com/ title/ title. Melrose External links • The Phantom President [1] at the TCM Movie Database • The Phantom President [2] at the Internet Movie Database • The Phantom President [3] at Allmovie References [1] http:/ / tcmdb. imdb." Cast • • • • • • • • George M. based on the novel by George F.

with Ian Keith and Arthur Hohl. It was produced and directed by Cecil B. based on the 1895 play by Wilson Barrett.[1] The film stars Fredric March. take place in ancient Rome during the reign of Nero. Claudette Colbert. DeMille Sidney Buchman Waldemar Young Wilson Barrett (play) Fredric March Elissa Landi Claudette Colbert Charles Laughton Rudolph G.000 The Sign of the Cross is a 1932 pre-code epic film made by Paramount Pictures. The film is the third and last in DeMille's biblical trilogy with The Ten Commandments (1923) and The King of Kings (1927). Karl Struss was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Cinematography. DeMille Cecil B. . and Charles Laughton. California. Kopp Jay Chernis Paul Marquardt Milan Roder Starring Music by Cinematography Karl Struss Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Budget Anne Bauchens Paramount Pictures 30 November 1932 125 min  United States English $650. DeMille from a screenplay by Waldemar Young and Sidney Buchman. Elissa Landi.The Sign of the Cross (film) 50 The Sign of the Cross (film) The Sign of the Cross Directed by Produced by Written by Cecil B. Both play and film have a strong resemblance to the novel Quo Vadis. and like the novel. USA. The art direction and costume design were by Mitchell Leisen who also acted as assistant director. It was filmed on location in Fresno.

. as were arena sequences involving naked women being attacked by crocodiles and a gorilla. After a few days under the hot lights. For many years. making it very unpleasant for Colbert to work in the stench. this edited version was the only one available. it was actually powdered cow's milk. this film has a history of censorship. an innocent Christian girl. In the original version. In the new prologue. featuring actor Stanley Ridges (who did not originally appear in the film) was added to make the film more topical. rather than simply fading out on the original closing scene of the movie.The Sign of the Cross (film) 51 Cast (in credits order) • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Fredric March as Marcus Superbus .Prefect of Rome Elissa Landi as Mercia Claudette Colbert as Empress Poppaea Charles Laughton as Emperor Nero Claudius Caesar Ian Keith as Tigellinus Arthur Hohl as Titus Harry Beresford as Favius Fontelas Tommy Conlon as Stephan Ferdinand Gottschalk as Glabrio Vivian Tobin as Dacia William V. however. DeMille announced to the press that real asses' milk was used. The last few seconds of the edited version of the film showed the planes flying off into the distance.[6] Some gladiatorial combat footage was also cut for the 1938 reissue. He then urges Ancaria (Joyzelle Joyner) to perform the erotic "Dance of the Naked Moon" that will "warm her into life". the milk turned sour.[7] DeMille himself supervised a new version for its 1944 rerelease. which now owns most pre-1950 Paramount sound features. The version now shown on Turner Classic Movies has been restored to the original 125 minute length by the UCLA Film and Television Archive with the help of the DeMille estate and Universal Pictures. The conversation of the soldiers in one of the planes leads directly into the film's original opening scene. but was restored by MCA-Universal for its 1993 video release. New footage with a World War II setting.[5] This "lesbian dance" was cut from the negative for a 1938 reissue. Mong as Licinius Joyzelle Joyner as Ancaria Richard Alexander as Viturius Nat Pendleton as Strabo Clarence Burton as Servillius Harold Healy as Tybul Robert Seiter as Philodemus Charles Middleton as Tyros Production notes • The famous scene in which Poppaea (Claudette Colbert) bathes in asses' milk took several days to shoot. These were also restored in 1993.[2] [3] [4] Editing for reissue after enforcement of the production code As with many other Pre-Code films that were reissued after the Production Code was strictly enforced in 1934. Marcus Superbus (Fredric March) is unsuccessful in his desire to seduce Mercia (Elisa Landi). a group of planes is seen flying over what was ancient Rome.

 106. Sin in Soft Focus: Pre-Code Hollywood. php?i=27 Vieira.com/title/title. p.com/work/128980) at Allmovie The Sign of the Cross (http://tcmdb.com/title/tt0023470/) at the Internet Movie Database The Sign of the Cross (http://www. Abrams. imdb.imdb. edu/ ~kinsey/ services/ gallery/ cinema/ img. com/ thismonth/ article. 110 External links • • • • The Sign of the Cross (http://www. (1999).rottentomatoes. jsp?cid=72483& mainArticleId=159623 http:/ / iub.allmovie. 106-109 Sin in Soft Focus. Inc. com/ title/ tt0023470/ awards) http:/ / www. ISBN 0-8109-4475-8. p. Mark A. tcm. pp. p.The Sign of the Cross (film) 52 References [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] Sign of the Cross (1932) awards at IMDB (http:/ / www.jsp?stid=90102) at the TCM Movie Database The Sign of the Cross (http://www. New York: Harry N.com/m/sign_of_the_cross/) at Rotten Tomatoes .. Sin in Soft Focus. 109 Sin in Soft Focus.

Fredric March and Alison Skipworth. Cast • • • • • • • • Claudette Colbert as Princess Nadya Fredric March as Sabien Pastal Alison Skipworth as Grand Duchess Emilie Arthur Byron as Gen.Tonight Is Ours 53 Tonight Is Ours Tonight Is Ours Directed by Written by Starring Stuart Walker Noel Coward (play) Edwin Justus Mayer Claudette Colbert Fredric March Alison Skipworth Karl Hajos John Leipold Music by Cinematography Karl Struss Distributed by Release date(s) Paramount Pictures 21 January 1933 30 July 1933 75 min  United States Running time Country Language English Tonight Is Ours is a 1933 film made by Paramount Pictures. Krish Paul Cavanagh as Prince Keri Ethel Griffies as Zana Clay Clement as Seminoff Warburton Gamble as Alex . It is based on the play The Queen Was in the Parlour by Noël Coward. and starring Claudette Colbert. Plot It tells the story of a princess who has an affair with another boyfriend before her marriage to a prince. directed by Stuart Walker.

com/ title/ tt0024680/ [3] http:/ / www. imdb. com/ work/ 114062 . com/ title/ title. jsp?stid=93567 [2] http:/ / www.Tonight Is Ours • Edwin Maxwell as Mob leader 54 External links • Tonight Is Ours [1] at the TCM Movie Database • Tonight Is Ours [2] at the Internet Movie Database • Tonight Is Ours [3] at Allmovie References [1] http:/ / tcmdb. allmovie.

and Hobart Cavanaugh. . 1933 75 minutes  United States English I Cover the Waterfront (1933) is a film directed by James Cruze and starring Ben Lyon. Claudette Colbert. Ernest Torrance.I Cover the Waterfront 55 I Cover the Waterfront I Cover the Waterfront Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Written by James Cruze Edward Small Joseph M. Schenck Max Miller (book) Wells Root Jack Jevne (additional dialogue) Ben Lyon Claudette Colbert Ernest Torrance Hobart Cavanaugh Alfred Newman Starring Music by Cinematography Ray June Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Grant Whytock United Artists (1933) Astor Pictures (1941 re-release) May 19.

org/details/ICoverTheWaterfront1933) available for free download at the Internet Archive [more] • I Cover the Waterfront (72 minutes) (http://www.edu/speccoll/testing/html/mss0158a.com/work/24032) at Allmovie • Max Miller Papers at UC San Diego (http://orpheus.archive. with music by Johnny Green and lyrics by Edward Heyman. In the process he becomes romantically involved with the daughter of the man he is investigating. a beat reporter in San Diego who covered stories on the city's waterfront.com/title/tt0024151/) at the Internet Movie Database • I Cover the Waterfront (60 minutes) (http://www.com/title/title.archive.imdb.allmovie. Miller's boss) Harry Beresford as Old Chris (salvage man) Wilfred Lucas as Randall (Coast Guard officer) References External links • I Cover the Waterfront (http://www. Production The song "I Cover the Waterfront" appears in the film as an instrumental only. has become a jazz standard. Joseph 'Joe' Miller Claudette Colbert as Julie Kirk Ernest Torrence as Eli Kirk (Julie's father) Hobart Cavanaugh as One Punch McCoy Maurice Black as Ortegus (Kirk's First Mate) Purnell Pratt as John Phelps ('Standard editor.html) . written by Max Miller (1899–1967).jsp?stid=78785) at the TCM Movie Database • I Cover the Waterfront (http://www. The film was based on a book by the same name.org/details/I_Cover_the_Waterfront) available for free download at the Internet Archive [more] • I Cover the Waterfront (http://tcmdb. The song.ucsd. Cast • • • • • • • • Ben Lyon as H.I Cover the Waterfront 56 Synopsis I Cover the Waterfront tells the story of a reporter who investigates a dockland smuggling operation.

Alan Stevens Mary Boland as Nellie Rimpleger Wallace Ford as Kenneth Rimpleger Lyda Roberti as Jenny Tom Brown as Eddie Rimplegar Joan Marsh as Kitty Hardie Albright as Ronald William Bakewell as Douglas Rimplegar Sam Hardy as Hawkins .K.K. 9 in the National Board of Review Awards Top 10 films in 1933. The film reached No. and written by Ray Harris and S. Cast • • • • • • • • • • Claudette Colbert as Elizabeth Rimplegar Richard Arlen as Dr. based on play by Gertrude Tonkonogy Friedberg.P. Lauren Gertrude Tonkonogy (play) Claudette Colbert Richard Arlen Mary Boland Wallace Ford Ralph Rainger John Leipold (uncredited) Starring Music by Cinematography Leon Shamroy Studio Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Paramount Pictures Paramount Pictures 8 August 1933 77 min USA English Three-Cornered Moon is a 1933 film directed by Elliot Nugent. Plot Difficulties that overtake a well-to-do family in New York when they lose all their money. Lauren.[1] This film is often mentioned as one of the earliest examples of screwball comedy. but although the characters are a bit strange and a bit crazy.Three-Cornered Moon 57 Three-Cornered Moon Three-Cornered Moon Directed by Produced by Written by Elliot Nugent B. the story is typical period comedy and not as frantic as the classic screwball comedy style. Schulberg Ray Harris S.

com/title/tt0024664/) at the Internet Movie Database • Three-Cornered Moon (http://www.Three-Cornered Moon 58 References [1] http:/ / www.allmovie. nbrmp.jsp?stid=93069) at the TCM Movie Database • Three-Cornered Moon (http://www. cfm?year=1933 External links • Three-Cornered Moon (http://tcmdb.com/work/113647) at Allmovie .imdb. org/ awards/ past.com/title/title.

The screenplay was written by Lenore J. based on the short story Mike by Grace Perkins. directed by Alexander Hall and George Somnes. which was published in Liberty magazine (May 20–27. 1933). 2009. and starring Claudette Colbert. Coffee Lynn Starling Story: Grace Perkins Claudette Colbert Ricardo Cortez David Manners Lyda Roberti Starring Cinematography Karl Struss Editing by Studio Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Eda Warren (uncredited) Paramount Pictures Paramount Pictures 8 September 1933 71 min USA English Torch Singer is a 1933 film made by Paramount Pictures.Torch Singer 59 Torch Singer Torch Singer Theatrical poster Directed by Produced by Written by Alexander Hall George Somnes Albert Lewis (uncredited) Lenore J. Coffee and Lynn Starling. Ricardo Cortez and David Manners and Lyda Roberti. It was released on DVD (as part of a six disc set entitled "Pre-Code Hollywood Collection") on April 7.[1] .

Make him know what you're worth. Come around some day with a fistful. Dora's Baby at 1 Year Charley Grapewin as Andrew 'Juddy' Judson Sam Godfrey as Harry.com/work/114153) at Allmovie . asp?pid=7858506& style=movie External links • Torch Singer (http://tcmdb." • Mimi Benton: "Don't ever let any man make a sucker out of you." Notes [1] http:/ / www.Torch Singer 60 Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Claudette Colbert as Sally Trent. com/ productinfo. It's a nice place. cduniverse. hard. Anything they get for nothing is always cheap. Julia Judson Mildred Washington as Carrie." • Michael Gardner: "You've changed all right! You're selfish.com/title/title. you must go there someday.jsp?stid=93650) at the TCM Movie Database • Torch Singer (http://www. she went through hell. Maybe we can get together. nothing'll cut it but diamonds.com/title/tt0024685/) at the Internet Movie Database • Torch Singer (http://www. aka Mimi Benton Ricardo Cortez as Tony Cummings David Manners as Michael 'Mike' Gardner Lyda Roberti as Dora Nichols Baby LeRoy as Bobby.imdb. So hard. While you were touring China.allmovie. I'll tell you what happened to her. Mimi's Maid Cora Sue Collins as Sally at 5 Years Helen Jerome Eddy as Miss Spaulding Albert Conti as Carlotti Ethel Griffies as Agatha Alden Quotes • Mimi Benton: "Well. Radio Announcer Florence Roberts as Mother Angelica Virginia Hammond as Mrs. just like glass. Mimi Benton: Sure I am.

DeMille Emanuel Cohen (executive producer) (uncredited) Lenore J. and starring Claudette Colbert. Herbert Marshall. .Four Frightened People 61 Four Frightened People Four Frightened People Theatrical poster Directed by Produced by Written by Cecil B. Mary Boland. Arnot Robertson (novel) Claudette Colbert Herbert Marshall Mary Boland William Gargan Karl Hajos John Leipold Milan Roder Heinz Roemheld Starring Music by Cinematography Karl Struss Editing by Studio Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Anne Bauchens Paramount Pictures Paramount Pictures 26 January 1934 95 min / 78 min (1935 re-release) (USA) USA English Four Frightened People (1934) is a film directed by Cecil B. DeMille. Coffee Bartlett Cormack E. released by Paramount Pictures. DeMille Cecil B. and William Gargan.

jsp?stid=75515 [2] http:/ / www. USA Production crew • • • • • Art Direction . Ainger's mother Filming locations • Hawaii.Four Frightened People 62 Plot The film tells the story of two men (Marshall and Gargan) and two women (Colbert and Boland). Based on the novel by E. who leave from a plague-ridden ship and reach the Malayan jungle.Roy Burns Assistant Director (uncredited) . com/ work/ 92208 . Bruce Warren as Herbert Marshall. allmovie. James Dugan Sound Mixer (uncredited) .R. USA • Waialua. Arnot Robertson. Ainger Tetsu Komai as Native Chief Chris-Pin Martin as Native boatman Joe De La Cruz as Native Minoru Nishida as Native Teru Shimada as Native E.Mildred Mernie as Claudette Colbert. Hawaii. com/ title/ title. Mardick William Gargan as Stewart Corder Leo Carrillo as Montague Nella Walker as Mrs.Roland Anderson Production Manager (uncredited) .Cullen Tate. com/ title/ tt0025134/ [3] http:/ / www.Harry Lindgren Double (uncredited) . Jinedas as Native Delmar Costello as Sakais Ethel Griffies as Mrs. Curley Dresden as Leo Carrillo External links • Four Frightened People [1] at the TCM Movie Database • Four Frightened People [2] at the Internet Movie Database • Four Frightened People [3] at Allmovie References [1] http:/ / tcmdb. O`ahu. Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Claudette Colbert as Judy Jones Herbert Marshall as Arnold Ainger Mary Boland as Mrs. Carl Mudge as William Gargan. Leota Lorraine as Mary Boland. imdb.

and Screenplay). Actor. Actress. In spite of its title the movie takes place over several nights. or aesthetically significant. a feat that would not be matched until One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975) and later by The Silence of the Lambs (1991). 1934 105 minutes United States English $325. The film was the first to win all five major Academy Awards (Best Picture.000 (est. and falls in love with a roguish reporter (Clark Gable). It Happened One Night was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally. which provided the shooting title. .It Happened One Night 63 It Happened One Night It Happened One Night original poster Directed by Produced by Screenplay by Story by Starring Frank Capra Frank Capra Harry Cohn Robert Riskin Samuel Hopkins Adams Clark Gable Claudette Colbert Walter Connolly Howard Jackson Louis Silvers Music by Cinematography Joseph Walker Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Budget Gene Havlick Columbia Pictures February 22. In 1993." It [2] was remade twice.) [1] It Happened One Night is a 1934 American comedy film with elements of screwball comedy directed by Frank Capra. Director. and You Can't Run Away from It (1956) starring Jack Lemmon and June Allyson. historically. in which a pampered socialite (Claudette Colbert) tries to get out from under her father's thumb. both as musicals: Eve Knew Her Apples (1945) starring Ann Miller. It Happened One Night was one of the last film romantic comedies created before the MPAA began enforcing the 1930 production code in 1934. The plot was based on the story Night Bus by Samuel Hopkins Adams.

She runs off to find Peter. Peter has obtained money from his editor to marry Ellie. decides he loves her too. enabling Ellie to marry Peter.60. She stops the next car. she meets fellow bus passenger Peter Warne (Clark Gable). nearing the end of their journey together. As car after car passes them by. Ellie calls her father. telling her that her car is out back for a quick get-away. Danker tries to drive off with their luggage. At the point where she is to say "I do". Peter claims to be an expert on the subject. He recognizes her and gives her a choice: if she will give him an exclusive on her story he will help her reunite with Westley. Believing Peter has deserted her. One night. so she agrees to have a second. Mr. they roust Ellie out of bed and kick her out. but as he drives back to tell her. formal wedding. he eventually ends up thumbing his nose at them. When they stop for a break. Soon penniless. Ellie has to rely completely on Peter. Ellie agrees to the first choice. he will tell her father where she is and collect the reward offered for her return. Peter mulls over what she has said. she believes Peter has betrayed her for the reward money. and leaves to make arrangements after she has fallen asleep. As they go through several adventures together. Andrews offers him the reward money. they pass each other on the road. Peter chases him down and takes his car. When the owners of the motel in which they are staying notice that Peter's car is gone. When they have to hitchhike. an out-of-work newspaper reporter. he quietly encourages Ellie to run off again. Her pleased father pays Westley off. Peter admits he loves Ellie (though he thinks he is out of his mind to do so). When Peter comes to Ellie's home. driven by Danker (Alan Hale). who is so relieved to get her back that he agrees let her The hitchhiking scene marry Westley. If not. At the wedding ceremony. . The sheltered Ellie then shows him how it's done. Ellie loses her initial disdain for him and begins to fall in love. Ellie confesses her love to Peter. Ellie tries to pretend that nothing has happened. Andrews walks his daughter down the aisle. but she is unable to fool her father.It Happened One Night 64 Plot Spoiled heiress Ellen "Ellie" Andrews (Claudette Colbert) marries fortune-hunter "King" Westley (Jameson Thomas) against the wishes of her extremely wealthy father (Walter Connolly). to reunite with her new spouse. She finally reveals the whole story (as she sees it). dead in its tracks by lifting up her skirt and showing off a shapely leg. but Peter insists on being paid only his expenses: a paltry $39. Meanwhile. she makes up her mind. He retrieves his daughter before the marriage can be consummated. but then she runs away. Although Ellie has no desire to be with Westley. then storms out. Boarding a bus to New York City. as Mr. When Ellie's father presses him for an explanation of his odd behavior.

they established a friendly working relationship and found that the script was no worse than those of many of their earlier films. Colbert "had many little tantrums. an outraged Colbert told the director. Mayer lent him to Columbia Pictures for $2500 per week. this tale has been refuted by more recent biographies. however.[7] Constance Bennett was willing to play the role if she could produce the film herself.M. an annoying bus passenger who tries to pick up Ellie Jameson Thomas as "King" Westley Alan Hale as Danker . who responded with good humor. and also on the condition that the filming of her role be completed in four weeks so that she could take her well-planned vacation. Louis B.[9] Carole Lombard was unable to accept. upon seeing the chorus girl who was brought in as her body double. For the Love of Mike (1927). motivated by her antipathy toward me. Later on. complaining that it was unladylike. Columbia Pictures would not allow this. But Colbert and Gable did it again in "Boom Town" in 1940 with Spencer Tracy as the third side of the triangle. she went back on stage and thanked Capra for making the film. However.000 per week whether he worked or not.[13] According to some old tales. she agreed to appear in It Happened One Night only if her salary had been doubled to $50. [3] $500 per week while he was gone. but each turned the script down.[6] Margaret Sullavan also rejected the part.[12] Colbert's first film. though Loy later noted that the final story as filmed bore little resemblance to the script that she and Montgomery and been offered for their perusal. had been directed by Frank Capra. because the filming schedule conflicted with that of Bolero. and it was then considered to be a minor studio. as some kind of "punishment" for refusing to take a role at his own studio.[5] Cast Neither Gable nor Colbert were the first choices to play the lead roles. and the studio was paying him his contracted salary of $2.[3] Colbert however continued to show her displeasure on the set. Gable was lent to Columbia Pictures as an actor. The Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer company did not have a movie project ready to commence for Gable. Loretta Young also turned it down.It Happened One Night 65 Production Filming began in a tense atmosphere as Gable and Colbert were dissatisfied with the quality of the script. and she initially turned the role down. "Get her out of here.000. I'll do it. Robert Montgomery and Myrna Loy were then offered the roles. Capra claimed. and it was such a disaster that she vowed to never make another with him." however "she was wonderful in the part. Miriam Hopkins first rejected the part of Ellie. She also initially balked at pulling up her skirt Gable and Colbert in the movie's trailer to entice a passing driver to provide a ride."[4] After her acceptance speech at the Oscars ceremony. hence netting M.[10] In addition.[11] Harry Cohn suggested Colbert as an actress.[8] but was under contract with Warner Brothers and Jack Warner refused to loan her. As appearing in screen credits (main roles identified):[14] • • • • • • Clark Gable as Peter Warne Claudette Colbert as Ellie Andrews Walter Connolly as Alexander Andrews Roscoe Karns as Oscar Shapeley.G. However.Capra understood their dissatisfaction and tried to lighten the mood by having Gable play practical jokes on Colbert. That's not my leg!"[4] Through the filming. However. Then Bette Davis wanted the role.

100 Movies (10th Anniversary Edition) #46 2008 AFI's 10 Top 10 #3 romantic comedy .. On December 15. only two more films have achieved this feat: One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest in 1975 and The Silence of the Lambs in 1991.[17] Academy Awards The film won all five of the Academy Awards for which it was nominated: Award Best Picture Best Director Best Actor Best Actress Best Writing. Best Actress. American Film Institute • • • • • 1998 AFI's 100 Years. "I just finished the worst picture in the world.. which had not yet left the station. Then.It Happened One Night • Arthur Hoyt as Zeke • Blanche Friderici as Zeke's wife • Charles C. Wilson as Joe Gordon Uncredited cast members of note include Ward Bond. 100 Laughs #8 2002 AFI's 100 Years. 100 Passions #38 2007 AFI's 100 Years. after her Academy Award nomination. Adaptation Result Won Won Won Won Won Winner Columbia Pictures (Frank Capra and Harry Cohn) Frank Capra Clark Gable Claudette Colbert Robert Riskin At the 7th Academy Awards for 1934. It turned out to be a major hit. seen early on as the bus driver. studio chief Harry Cohn sent someone to "drag her off" the train. No bids were made for it. and take her to the ceremony. Clark Gable's Oscar was auctioned off to Steven Spielberg for $607.. Colbert complained to her friend.[19] On June 9. Best Director.[16] In 1935.. It Happened One Night became the first film ever to win the "Big Five" Academy Awards (Best Picture. feeling confident that she would not win the award. After she was named the winner. planned to take a cross-country railroad trip.. It Happened One Night was the last film to win both lead acting in the Academy Award. word-of-mouth began to spread and tickets sales became brisk.[18] Also. Travis Banton. Best Actor.500. and Best Writing). To date. easily Columbia's biggest hit to date."[4] [15] Capra fretted that the film was released to indifferent reviews and initially only did so-so business. until 1975's One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest which also won both lead acting awards. the following year. 66 Reception After filming was completed. Colbert decided not to attend the presentation. and instead. Colbert arrived wearing a two-piece traveling suit which she had the Paramount Pictures costume designer. after it was released to the secondary movie houses. 100 Movies #35 2000 AFI's 100 Years. Colbert's Oscar was offered for auction by Christie's.. Spielberg promptly donated the statuette to the Motion Picture Academy. 1996... make for her trip.

Erik. Carrie and Mr. as Bugs does. And in Steven Spielberg's World War II comedy "1941. imdb. Three things in the film may have coalesced to create Bugs: the personality of a minor character. 1939 broadcast of Lux Radio Theater. July 31. starring Ganesh (of television's Comedy Time) and Rekha Vedavyas. com/ gst/ fullpage. p. 94.[20] The unpublished memoirs of animator Friz Freleng mention that this was one of his favorite films. starring Aamir Khan and Pooja Bhatt. In Sex and the City 2. (http:/ / eeweems. starring Raj Kapoor and Nargis Dutt. an imaginary character named "Bugs Dooley" mentioned once to frighten Shapely. executive producer Gloria Monty used the film as a source for the Left-Handed Boy storyline for Luke and Laura (Anthony Geary and Genie Francis). starring Uttam Kumar and Suchitra Sen. Carrie mimmicks Claudette Colbert by showing some leg to stop a taxi. It has been claimed that it helped inspire the cartoon character Bugs Bunny. with Stan Laurel managing to stop a stage coach using the same technique. as a result. Pace. The film was also remade into a more recent movie called Dil Hai Ki Manta Nahin. saying. and directed by Mahesh Bhatt. is a frame-by-frame copy of It Happened One Night.It Happened One Night 67 Radio adaptation It Happened One Night was adapted as a radio play on the March 20. a scene in which Clark Gable eats carrots while talking quickly with his mouth full. As she walks down the aisle to wed Prince Valium. It Happened One Night . p. 1996. 112–114. It was made into a Kannada (southern Indian language) movie called Hudugaata. com/ capra/ _it_happened_one_night. com/ title/ tt0037685/ ) Harris 2002.[21] Joseph Stalin was another fan of the film. King Roland. Mel Brooks' 1987 film Spaceballs parodies the wedding scene. Unflappable Heroine of Screwball Comedies. Joe Blake (Bruce Willis) erects a blanket partition between motel room beds out of respect for Kate Wheeler's (Cate Blanchett's) privacy. 54." (http:/ / query. Oscar Shapely. He remarks that he saw them do the same thing in an old movie.Frank Capra. An urban legend claims that. pp.[22] The 1937 Laurel and Hardy comedy Way Out West parodied the famous hitch-hiking scene. Kotsabilas-Davis and Loy 1987. Gable undresses for bed. was made in 1959. in an attempt to get a taxi in Abu Dhabi. Eric. html) Updated June 22. . that Lone Starr forsook the reward for the princess's return and only asked to be reimbursed for the cost of the trip. A Bengali movie named Chaoa Paoa. The movie was also adapted as a radio play for the January 28. D21." Wiley and Bona 1987. nytimes. p. McBride 1992. In popular culture In one scene. Note: Loy described the first script she saw as "one of the worst [that] she had ever read. 118. p." a female character hitches a ride from a motorcycle-riding John Belushi by showing her leg. Weems. meaning "Child's Play". Princess Vespa (Daphne Zuniga) is told by her father. inspired by this film. "Claudette Colbert. 2006. In the 2001 film Bandits. IMDb (http:/ / www. On General Hospital in 1980. and most of all. 1940 broadcast of The Campbell Playhouse. Later in the film. taking off his shirt to reveal that he is bare-chested. is Dead at 92. "The Walls of Jericho" scene was specifically used. with Colbert and Gable reprising their roles. 326. Big watch the film (specifically the taxi scene) in a hotel. html?res=9802E6D91439F932A05754C0A960958260& sec=& spon=& pagewanted=3) The New York Times. sales of men's undershirts declined noticeably. References Notes [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] Brown 1995. "Oh. I saw that movie!" The 1956 Bollywood film Chori Chori. p.

co. ISBN 0-7513-3001-9. Rating the Movie Stars for Home Video. Petersburg Times. New Jersey: Prentice-Hall Inc. com/ photos/ rattlingdjs/ 1697495016/ ) flickr." St. The Name Above the Title: An Autobiography. uk/ culture/ 3618310/ Why-Stalin-loved-Tarzan-and-wanted-John-Wayne-shot.com/capra/_it_happened_one_night. External links It Happened One Night (http://www. 2002. Retrieved: December 7. html) filmsite." (http:/ / www. Retrieved: September 4. 2009." (http:/ / www. London: Aurum Press. org/ ampas_awards/ DisplayMain. ISBN 0-7432-6208. Robyn.com. The Great Movie Book: A Comprehensive Illustrated Reference Guide to the Best-loved Films of the Sound Era.com/work/25509) at Allmovie It Happened One Night (http://tcmdb.com. New York: The Macmillan Company. 2007. [16] McBride 1992. • Chandler.org. 1980. Joseph. 1992. html) The Daily Telegraph. Retrieved: December 7. 2009. 308–309. New York: MacMillan. [21] Dirks. [15] "It Happened One Night. Warren G. Joel. Paul. 303. Mason and Damien Bona.allmovie. com/ oscar/ article-9397448) britannica. • Hirschnor. Frank Capra: The Catastrophe of Success. telegraph. 1995. ISBN 0-671-79788-3. Retrieved: December 7. ISBN 0-88176-152-4. Gene. org/ itha. 1971. 102. com/ title/ tt0025316/ fullcredits) imdb. imdb. Clark Gable." (http:/ / www.rottentomatoes. James and Myrna Loy. [17] Sharon Fink.org. Englewood Cliffs. New York: Simon and Schuster. com/ free_article_detail. Retrieved: December 7. pp. com/ MD_root/ reviewpages/ MDItHappenedOneNight.com. php?article_id=53) liveauctiontalk. 2009. Frank Capra.oscars. 2007. New York: Primus. • Capra. britannica. • Wiley. com/ movies/ actors/ gable1.org/itha. Retrieved: December 7. 1983." (http:/ / www. oscars. ISBN 0-02-86042906. 2004. • Kotsabilas-Davis. ISBN 1-85410-904-9. "Gable's Gold: Auction Cashes In On Hollywood Idol. 2009. [20] "The Shirt off his Back. jsp?curTime=1252044858649) awardsdatabase. [22] "Why Stalin loved Tarzan and wanted John Wayne shot. • Harris. Being and Becoming. Retrieved: December 7. filmsite. 1995.com.com/title/tt0025316/) at the Internet Movie Database It Happened One Night (http://www. liveauctiontalk. A Personal Biography. The Girl Who Walked Home Alone: Bette Davis. February 24." (http:/ / awardsdatabase. " 'It Happened One Night' review. snopes.filmsite. p. [14] " 'It Happened One Night' Full credits. 2009. Fine Inc. Lincolnwood.com." (http:/ / www. 2009. 1987. [19] McKittrick. April 6. p. Chronicle of the Cinema. "Oscars: The Evolution of Fashion.. Rosemary. ISBN 0-13-363663-1. ISBN 1-55611-101-0. London: Dorling Kindersley. [10] McBride 1992. Donald I. 2006. ed.com/m/it_happened_one_night/) at Rotten Tomatoes It Happened One Night on Frank Capra & the Film (http://eeweems. Charlotte. [13] "All about Oscar." (http:/ / www. Movie Time: A Chronology of Hollywood and the Movie Industry from its Beginnings to the Present. [11] "Loretta Young 1999. • McBride." (http:/ / www. TV and Cable. 68 Bibliography • Brown. 1987. [18] "Awards.com." (http:/ / www.It Happened One Night [9] Chandler 2006. 100 Years of the Movies. html) • "It Happened One Night" at [[Filmsite. asp) snopes. 252.com/title/title. Illinois: Publications International Limited. Tim. 2009. [12] Karney 1995. • Michael. Retrieved: November 14. Inside Oscar: The Unofficial History of the Academy Awards.imdb. flickr. ISBN 0-345-34453-7.org (http://www. moviediva. New York: Ballantine Books. A Biography. htm) moviediva.html)]] • • • • • . Frank. • Karney. p.. ISBN 0-30680-771-8. New York: Touchstone Books.jsp?stid=12648) at the TCM Movie Database It Happened One Night (http://www.

It was written by Waldemar Young. . DeMille and distributed by Paramount Pictures. DeMille Cecil B.Cleopatra (1934 film) 69 Cleopatra (1934 film) Cleopatra Directed by Produced by Written by Cecil B. and was produced and directed by Cecil B. Henry Wilcoxon as Marc Antony. DeMille Waldemar Young Vincent Lawrence Bartlett Cormack (adaptation: historical material) Claudette Colbert Warren William Henry Wilcoxon Joseph Schildkraut Rudolph G. Vincent Lawrence and Bartlett Cormack. Claudette Colbert stars as Cleopatra. 1934 100 minutes United States English Cleopatra is a 1934 epic film directed by Cecil B. Warren William as Julius Caesar. DeMille. Kopp Milan Roder (uncredited) Starring Music by Cinematography Victor Milner Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Anne Bauchens (uncredited) Paramount Pictures October 5. which retells the story of Cleopatra VII of Egypt. and Ian Keith as Octavian. Joseph Schildkraut as King Herod.

The film won the Academy Award for Best Cinematography (Victor Milner). Aubrey Smith as Enobarbus Irving Pichel as Apollodorus Arthur Hohl as Brutus Edwin Maxwell as Casca Ian Maclaren as Cassius Eleanor Phelps as Charmion Leonard Mudie as Pothinos Grace Durkin as Iras Ferdinand Gottschalk as Glabrio (scenes deleted) . and for DeMille's legendary set piece of Cleopatra's seduction of Antony. and was nominated Best Picture. The film is also memorable for the sumptuous art deco look of its sets (by Hans Dreier) and costumes (by Travis Banton). Best Assistant Director (Cullen Tate). the atmospheric music by Rudolph Kopp. most recently as a 75th anniversary DVD edition in 2009 by Universal Studios Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Claudette Colbert as Cleopatra Warren William as Julius Caesar Henry Wilcoxon as Marc Antony Joseph Schildkraut as King Herod Ian Keith as Octavian Gertrude Michael as Calpurnia C. so DeMille got away with using more risque imagery than he would be able to in his later productions. Best Film Editing (Anne Bauchens). Recording (Franklin Hansen).Cleopatra (1934 film) 70 Production In 1934 the Hays code had just taken effect. strategically lit slavegirl holding up incense burners as the title appears on screen. which takes place on Cleopatra's barge. and Best Sound.[1] It has been released for home viewing several times. He opens the film with a naked. Claudette Colbert Home Entertainment.

html).filmsite.Cleopatra (1934 film) 71 References [1] Chaney.com/m/1004329-cleopatra/) at Rotten Tomatoes Greatest Films. Retrieved 2009-04-12.php) Images and the Story of the making of the film . "A Pair of DVDs From a 'Loose' Era" (http:/ / www.com/work/9963) at Allmovie • • • • Cleopatra (http://tcmdb. External links • Cleopatra (1934 film) (http://www. washingtonpost.rottentomatoes. .imdb.html) Critique and plot description.com/title/title.allmovie.org/cleo. CinemaGraphe | Cleopatra 1934 (http://www. Jen (2009-04-09). com/ wp-dyn/ content/ article/ 2009/ 04/ 06/ AR2009040602212.Cleopatra (http://www.cinemagraphe.com/cleopatra-1934. Washington Post (The Washington Post Company).jsp?stid=71068) at the TCM Movie Database Cleopatra (http://www.com/title/tt0024991/) at the Internet Movie Database • Cleopatra (http://www.

Hurlbut Novel: Fannie Hurst Uncredited: Finley Peter Dunne Walter Ferris Bianca Gilchirst Victor Heerman Sarah Y. Stahl Carl Laemmle Jr.[1] The film stars Claudette Colbert.Imitation of Life (1934 film) 72 Imitation of Life (1934 film) Imitation of Life Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Written by John M. Warren William and Rochelle Hudson and features Louise Beavers and Fredi Washington. Gerstad Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Philip Cahn Maurice Wright Universal Pictures November 26. was augmented by eight additional uncredited writers. William J. . Stahl. 1934 111 minutes United States English Imitation of Life is a 1934 American drama film directed by John M. including Preston Sturges and Finley Peter Dunne. Mason Samuel Ornitz Arthur Richman Preston Sturges Claudette Colbert Warren William Rochelle Hudson Ned Sparks Louise Beavers Fredi Washington Juanita Quigley Heinz Roemheld (uncredited) Starring Music by Cinematography Merritt B. The screenplay by William Hurlbut. based on Fannie Hurst's 1933 novel of the same name.

In 2005. begging her mother to forgive her. a remorseful. Later. Claudette Colbert Peola returns to her Negro college and presumably abandons her efforts to pass as white. complete with a marching band and a horse-drawn hearse. she is again humiliated to be identified as black and ultimately tells her mother that she is going away. Marilyn Knowlden as an eight-year-old) take in black housekeeper Delilah Johnson (Louise Beavers) and her daughter. but all is not well as the story advances ten years. Peola does not tell her classmates at school that she is "colored" and is humiliated when her mother shows up one day. revealing her secret. Meanwhile. Imitation of Life was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry. attempts to pass as white. relying instead on her charm. she opens a pancake restaurant on the boardwalk (with Delilah cooking in the front window). takes to her bed and dies. falls in love with her mother's boyfriend. Five years later. light-complexioned Peola (Sebie Hendricks) — exchanging room and board for work. Peola (Fredi Washington). murmuring Peola's name and forgiving her. and later re-issued in 1936. marketing Delilah as an Aunt Jemima-like figure. and it was named by Time in 2007 as one of "The 25 Most Important Films on Race". As a result. in a melodramatic scene. When her mother and Bea track her down. ashamed of her African-American heritage.[2] 73 Plot White widow Bea Pullman (Claudette Colbert) and her daughter Jessie (Juanita Quigley as a toddler. Delilah is literally heartbroken and. so she can pass as a white woman without the fear that Delilah will show up. making it clear that their childhood idyll is doomed. They particularly enjoy Delilah's pancakes. she sets up an even more successful pancake flour corporation. 1934. Delilah and Peola quickly become like family to Jessie and Bea. and is the first person to call Peola "black" in a hurtful way. Bea becomes a wealthy business woman. who is unaware at first of her affections. not particularly studious. .Imitation of Life (1934 film) The film was released by Universal Pictures on November 26. She gives Delilah a 20% interest in the business but Delilah continues to act as Bea's housekeeper. Bea holding her hand at the end. grand funeral. Using her wiles to get a store on the busy Atlantic City boardwalk refurbished for practically nothing. Delilah's last wish had been for a large. A 1959 remake with the same title stars Lana Turner. Peola runs away from her Negro college and takes a job as a cashier in a white store. The black servants are glimpsed singing a spiritual as she passes. The movie ends with Bea embracing Jessie while remembering Jessie's insistent demands for her toy duck (her "quack quack") back when she was a toddler. crying Peola appears. Elmer Smith (Ned Sparks). Just before the processional begins. breaking Delilah's heart. The film ends with Bea breaking her engagement with Stephen because of the situation with Jessie and doesn't want to hurt her feelings while being with him. even though Bea is struggling to make ends meet herself. Bea finds it difficult to make a living selling pancake syrup (as her husband had done). Jessie and Peola prove to be challenging children to raise: Jessie is demanding. at the suggestion of a passerby. never to return. made from a special family recipe. home on college vacation. although Bea promises to come find him once Jessie has forgotten him. Stephen Archer (Warren William). Eighteen-year-old Jessie (Rochelle Hudson).

Production Fannie Hurst's inspiration in writing her novel Imitation of Life was a road trip to Canada she took with her friend. Carven" Theme The theme of the movie. • Franklin Pangborn appears uncredited as "Mr.[3] Universal borrowed Warren William from Warner Bros. feature re-done title cards in place of the originals.[4] The actress playing "Jessie" as a baby changed her name from "Baby Jane" to "Juanita Quigley" [4] during production of the film. and a scene where a black boy is nearly lynched for approaching a white woman who he believed had invited his attention.especially with the long processional portraying a very dignified black community. The novel was originally to be called Sugar House but was changed just before publication. which "not only violates the Production Code but is very dangerous from the standpoint both of industry and public policy. maternal affection -." They also objected to some language in the script. including TV.passing. deals with very important issues -. Age 18 Ned Sparks as Elmer Smith Louise Beavers as Delilah Johnson Fredi Washington as Peola Johnson. Others highlight the similarities between the two mothers. the Furniture Man Henry Armetta as The Painter Wyndham Standing as Jarvis. the role of black servants in white families. yet by the end of the movie -. Breen continued to refuse to approve the script even up to July 17. often because of her ignorance about finance or her desire to stay in her humble role. Missing from all of these prints is a title card with a short prologue that apparently was included in the original release. VHS and DVD versions. both of whom adore their daughters and are brought to grief by their self-centeredness.[5] All versions of Imitation of Life issued by Universal after 1938.[4] Imitation of Life was in production from June 27 to September 11 1934. the black short-story writer and folklorist Zora Neale Hurston. Beatrice's Butler Cast notes: • Child actress Jane Withers has a small part as a classmate of Peola. when the film had already been shooting for two weeks. floats up the stairs to her rooms. Delilah has become a saintly icon to Bea and the audience.and remains very watchable. rooms that have been built on Delilah's recipe. her fifth movie appearance. Delilah descends down the shadowy stairs to the basement where she lives while Bea.Imitation of Life (1934 film) 74 Cast • • • • • • • • • • Claudette Colbert as Beatrice "Bea" Pullman Warren William as Stephen "Steve" Archer Rochelle Hudson as Jessie Pullman.for example. Universal had difficulty receiving approval from the censors at the Hays Office for the original script they submitted for Imitation of Life. but the studio had first wanted Paul Lukas for the part. in Bea's fabulous NYC mansion. to the modern eye. Still others permit the audience to view Delilah as a figure of fun. Age 19 Juanita Quigley as Baby Jessie Pullman. It reads: . Age 3 Alan Hale as Martin. Joseph Breen objected to the elements of miscegenation in the story. for the male lead. when. and was released on November 26 of that year. Some scenes seem to have been consciously filmed to highlight the fundamental unfairness of Delilah's position -. dressed in the height of fashion.

1709148_1709143_1709634. jsp?stid=79028& category=Overview) Imitation of Life (1934) screenshots (http:/ / www. com/ cokelore/ bottleit. to "bottle it". org/ g27/ g27_pr. Jeff "Imitation of Life" (TCM article) (http:/ / www. Imitation of Life was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry. Genders. com/ tcmdb/ title. com/ title/ tt0025301/ ) at the Internet Movie Database Imitation of Life in Time (http:/ / www. In 2005. tcf.edu/classes/Jbutler/T440/ ImitationOfLife1959Illustrations. com/ tcmdb/ title. com/ time/ specials/ 2007/ article/ 0. jsp?stid=79028& category=Articles) TCM Notes (http:/ / www. References Further reading • Courtney. and Sound Mixing for Theodore Soderberg. permanent citizens of the town lived and worked and reared families just like people in less glamorous cities.[7] 75 Awards and honors Imitation of Life was nominated for three Academy Awards . tcm.imdb. time. genders. html) Stafford. snopes. as part of the magazine's celebration of Black History Month[2] DVD Both the original 1934 film and its remake were issued in 2003 on a double-sided DVD from Universal Home Entertainment. and has been credited with solidifying into popular consciousness the (untrue) secret of Coke's success — that is. edu/ classes/ Jbutler/ T440/ ImitationOfLife1934Illustrations.Imitation of Life (1934 film) Atlantic City. ua. in 1919. A few blocks from the gaiety of the famous boardwalk. tcm.Best Picture. com/ tcmdb/ title. Beal. rolling-chairs and expensive hotels where bridal couples spent their honeymoons.00.com/title/tt0025301/) at the Internet Movie Database Imitation of Life (1934) (http://tcmdb. html External links • • • • Imitation of Life (1934) (http://www.htm) . jsp?stid=79028& category=Notes) TCM Overview (http:/ / www.ua.tcf. imdb. was not just a boardwalk.com/title/title.jsp?stid=79028) at the TCM Movie Database Imitation of Life (1934) (http://www. htm) Urban Legends Reference Pages: Coca-Cola in Bottles (http:/ / www.[6] The scene in which Elmer approaches Bea with the idea to sell Delilah's pancake mix to consumers refers to a legend about the origins of Coca-Cola's success. Best Assistant Director for Scott R. Retrieved 2007-04-02.com/work/96320) at Allmovie Screen shots from both versions (http://www. Susan (1998). "Picturizing Race: Hollywood's Censorship of Miscegenation and Production of Racial Visibility through Imitation of Life" [8]. tcm. and it was named by Time in 2007 as one of The 25 Most Important Films on Race.28804. asp) http:/ / www. Notes [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] Imitation of Life (1934) (http:/ / www.allmovie.

a titled British nobleman. tipping the scales in his favour. 1935 80 minutes United States English Starring Music by Cinematography Editing by Studio Release date(s) Running time Country Language The Gilded Lily is a 1935 film made by Paramount Pictures.[1] Plot New York stenographer Marilyn David (Colbert) has become good friends with Peter Dawes (MacMurray). Aubrey Smith Sigmund Krumgold Heinz Roemheld Tom Satterfield Victor Milner Otho Lovering Paramount Pictures January 25. she succeeds. her platonic friend. So Marilyn is suddenly famous. a newspaper reporter who takes the same subway as she does each morning. who is ecstatic at this bit of news and publicizes her as the 'No Girl'. Charles leaves town and Marilyn discovers he is a duke's son and already engaged. Fred MacMurray. she turns him down. . The film reached #5 in Best English Language Films. but after a sudden argument. directed by Wesley Ruggles. and minor royalty. Charles proposes marriage to Marilyn. Marilyn confides in Peter. In an unexpected way. which means Charles is rich. good looking. and they fall in love. Peter is crazy about Marilyn. National Board of Review Awards 1935. Charles is the son of Lloyd Granville (Smith). Aubrey Smith. but she meets and has her eye on wealthy Englishman Charles Gray (Milland). Ray Milland and C. the working girl who refused a chance to marry into monied nobility. and starring Claudette Colbert. and she cashes in on her sudden and unwelcome notoriety by becoming a cafe entertainer.The Gilded Lily (1935 film) 76 The Gilded Lily (1935 film) The Gilded Lily Directed by Produced by Written by Wesley Ruggles Albert Lewis Claude Binyon Story: Melville Baker Jack Kirkland Claudette Colbert Fred MacMurray Ray Milland C.

That's what I call class. he asks her to reconsider. Look. • Marilyn David: I'll take the other.The Gilded Lily (1935 film) Marilyn's fame causes Charles to take a second look at her.ah. • Marilyn David: Pete. who would go on to make seven movies together. one way or the other. but Marilyn wonders if she might be better off with Peter after all.. What do poor little working girls usually do next? • Peter Dawes: Well. • Marilyn David: Sure. Wilson as Managing Editor Edward Gargan as Subway Guard Pat Somerset as Man in London Club Georgie Billings as Guard's Son (as George Billings) Tom Dugan as Bum on Park Bench Warren Hymer as Taxi Driver Eddie Borden as Photographer Quotations • Peter Dawes: But popcorn . I chew. Aubrey Smith as Lloyd Granton. they usually drown themselves. Peanut eaters don't know how to live. I throw some popcorn in my craw. Orchestra Leader Forrester Harvey as Hugo/Innkeeper Grace Bradley as Daisy Claude King as Boat Captain Charles C. Photographer Donald Meek as Hankerson Charles Irwin as Oscar. 77 Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Claudette Colbert as Marilyn David Fred MacMurray as Peter Dawes Ray Milland as Charles Gray (Lord Granton) C. . you're a smart fellow.and I'm still looking. popcorn was made for watching the world go by. But can she decide between her two loves? The Gilded Lily was the first co-starring vehicle for Claudette Colbert and Fred MacMurray.. Duke of Loamshire Luis Alberni as Nate Porcopolis Eddie Craven as Eddie. I stick my hand in the bag without taking my eyes off the street.

imdb.jsp?stid=76268) at the TCM Movie Database • The Gilded Lily (http://www. California References [1] http:/ / www.com/title/title.com/title/tt0026409/) at the Internet Movie Database • The Gilded Lily (http://www. Chatsworth.com/work/92982) at Allmovie . nbrmp. Los Angeles. org/ awards/ past.allmovie.The Gilded Lily (1935 film) • Marilyn David: I'm just a freak! 78 Filming locations • Iverson Ranch. cfm?year=1935 External links • The Gilded Lily (http://tcmdb.

It stars Claudette Colbert. It was directed by La Cava. The film is based on a story by novelist Phyllis Bottome who has had several of her works transferred to film.Private Worlds 79 Private Worlds PrivateWorlds Directed by Produced by Written by Gregory La Cava Walter Wanger Gregory La Cava Lynn Starling Phyllis Bottome (story) Claudette Colbert Charles Boyer Joel McCrea Joan Bennett Helen Vinson Heinz Roemheld (uncredited) Starring Music by Cinematography Leon Shamroy Editing by Studio Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Aubrey Scotto Paramount Pictures Paramount Pictures 19 April 1935 84 min USA English Private Worlds is a 1935 film which tells the story of the staff and patients at a mental hospital. Gregory La Cava and Lynn Starling. filmed in 1940. Joan Bennett and Helen Vinson. and the chief of the hospital who has problems dealing with a female psychiatrist. Charles Boyer. Joel McCrea. . such as The Mortal Storm. It was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actress (Claudette Colbert). The movie was written by Phyllis Bottome.

com/ title/ tt0026893/ [3] http:/ / www. The very caring psychiatrist and her colleague face discrimination by a conservative new supervisor. com/ title/ title. Charles Monet Joan Bennett as Sally MacGregor Helen Vinson as Claire Monet Joel McCrea as Dr. Jane Everest Charles Boyer as Dr. allmovie. Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Claudette Colbert as Dr. Harding Stanley Andrews as Dr. jsp?stid=87233 [2] http:/ / www. Hinds as Dr. com/ work/ 106760 . Arnold Theodore von Eltz as Dr. Alex MacGregor Jean Rouverol as Carrie Flint Esther Dale as Matron Guinn 'Big Boy' Williams as Jerry Dora Clement as Bertha Hirst Sam Godfrey as Tom Hirst Samuel S. Barnes Maurice Murphy as Boy in car Eleanore King as Carrie's nurse External links • Private Worlds [1] at the TCM Movie Database • PrivateWorlds [2] at the Internet Movie Database • PrivateWorlds [3] at Allmovie References [1] http:/ / tcmdb.Private Worlds 80 Plot It tells the story of problems in the lives of doctors and patients. imdb. A female doctor probes the twisted minds of her patients in a mental institution.

however she has a hard time living up to him. United States English She Married Her Boss is a 1935 film directed by Gregory La Cava.She Married Her Boss 81 She Married Her Boss She Married Her Boss Theatrical poster Directed by Produced by Written by Gregory La Cava Louis Silvers Sidney Buchman Gregory La Cava (uncredited) Thyra Samter Winslow (story) Claudette Colbert Melvyn Douglas Starring Cinematography Leon Shamroy Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Richard Cahoon Columbia Pictures 19 September 1935 85 min. Plot It tells the story of a secretary who married with her boss. Cast • • • • • • • • • Claudette Colbert as Julia Scott Melvyn Douglas as Richard Barclay Michael Bartlett as Lonnie Rogers Raymond Walburn as Franklin Jean Dixon as Martha Pryor Katharine Alexander as Gertrude Barclay Edith Fellows as Annabel Barclay Clara Kimball Young as Parsons Charles Arnt as Victor Jessup . and starring Claudette Colbert and Melvyn Douglas.

allmovie. 1939 with Ginger Rogers and George Brent. com/ title/ tt0026986/ [3] http:/ / www. External links • She Married Her Boss [1] at the TCM Movie Database • She Married Her Boss [2] at the Internet Movie Database • She Married Her Boss [3] at Allmovie References [1] http:/ / tcmdb. imdb. com/ title/ title.She Married Her Boss 82 Adaptations to Other Media The film was adapted to the radio program Lux Radio Theater on September 25. jsp?stid=27856 [2] http:/ / www. com/ work/ 109805 .

as Alfred Desmereau Donald Meek as The judge Richard Carle as Frank (butler) Edgar Kennedy as Henry Johnny Arthur as Otto Kate MacKenna as Emma . the penniless socialite (Jeannette Desmereau) works with magazine editor (Cyrus Anderson) and writer (Alfred Desmereau). Plot After the bankruptcy of her father's business. Sr. It also co-stars William Collier. They discuss about love or wedding plan. directed by Wesley Ruggles.The Bride Comes Home 83 The Bride Comes Home The Bride Comes Home Directed by Written by Starring Wesley Ruggles Claude Binyon Elisabeth Sanxay Holding (story) Claudette Colbert Fred MacMurray Robert Young Heinz Roemheld (uncredited) Music by Cinematography Leo Tover Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Paramount Pictures (original) Universal Studios (current) 25 December 1935 (New York City) 83 min USA English The Bride Comes Home is a 1935 comedy film made by Paramount Pictures. and Donald Meek. However when Bristow would seem to marry her. Cast • • • • • • • • • Claudette Colbert as Jeannette Desmereau Fred MacMurray as Cyrus Anderson Robert Young as Jack Bristow William Collier Sr. Anderson prepares a plan to take her back. and written by Claude Binyon and Elisabeth Sanxay Holding.

com/ work/ 85949 .The Bride Comes Home • Jimmy Conlin as Len Noble • Edward Gargan as Cab driver 84 External links • The Bride Comes Home [1] at the TCM Movie Database • The Bride Comes Home [2] at the Internet Movie Database • The Bride Comes Home [3] at Allmovie References [1] http:/ / tcmdb. com/ title/ tt0026137/ [3] http:/ / www. jsp?stid=69658 [2] http:/ / www. allmovie. imdb. com/ title/ title.

Lady Venetia (Rosalind Russell). Doyle sends Victor off on a suicidal mission to get rid of his rival. 1916 and 1922.  United States English Under Two Flags is a 1936 adventure film. who becomes jealous when Cigarette (Claudette Colbert). directed by Frank Lloyd and starring Ronald Colman. a cafe singer. 1936 112 min. and he eventually dumps Cigarette for her. however. He. Louis Silvers Music by Cinematography Ernest Palmer Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Ralph Dietrich Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation April 30. Versions of Under Two Flags were previously filmed in 1912. sets her sights on Victor. Plot Victor (Ronald Colman) has taken the blame for his younger brother's crime and joins the French Foreign Legion to escape his past. Rake (Herbert Mundin). . It was based on the 19th century novel of the same name by writer Ouida. taking with him his valet. Claudette Colbert and Victor McLaglen. The film has portions of action and melodrama and was widely popular with audiences of its time. Then. His commander is the ruthless Major Doyle (Victor McLaglen).Under Two Flags (1936 film) 85 Under Two Flags (1936 film) Under Two Flags Directed by Starring Frank Lloyd Ronald Colman Claudette Colbert Victor McLaglen Rosalind Russell Gregory Ratoff Nigel Bruce John Carradine. is more interested in a refined Englishwoman.

com/ work/ 115072 . Henry Gordon as Lieutenant Petaine Herbert Mundin as Rake John Carradine as Cafard Lumsden Hare as Lord Seraph J.Under Two Flags (1936 film) 86 Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Ronald Colman as Sergeant Victor Claudette Colbert as Cigarette Victor McLaglen as Major J. USA External links • Under Two Flags [1] at the TCM Movie Database • Under Two Flags [2] at the Internet Movie Database • Under Two Flags [3] at Allmovie \ References [1] http:/ / tcmdb. com/ title/ tt0028442/ [3] http:/ / www. imdb. Arizona. California. USA Yuma. com/ title/ title. Doyle Rosalind Russell as Lady Venetia Cunningham Gregory Ratoff as Ivan Nigel Bruce as Captain Menzies C. USA Palm Canyon. California. Edward Bromberg as Colonel Ferol Onslow Stevens as Sidi-Ben Youssiff Fritz Leiber as French Governor Thomas Beck as Pierre William Ricciardi as Cigarette's Father Frank Reicher as French General Francis McDonald as Husson Harry Semels as Sergeant Malinas Nicholas Soussanin as Levine Douglas Gerrard as Colonel Farley The role of 'Cigarette' was originally filmed with Simone Simon but when Zanuck wasn't impressed with her footage he refilmed it with Claudette Colbert. Filming locations Imperial County.C. USA Palm Springs. allmovie. California. USA La Quinta. jsp?stid=94403 [2] http:/ / www. California. California. USA Indio.

directed by Frank Lloyd. Cast • • • • • • Claudette Colbert as Barbara Clarke Fred MacMurray as Roger Coverman Harvey Stephens as Dr. Plot It tells the story of a young girl in Salem.Maid of Salem 87 Maid of Salem Maid of Salem Theatrical poster Directed by Produced by Written by Frank Lloyd Frank Lloyd Walter Ferris Durward Grimstead Bradley King (also story) Claudette Colbert Fred MacMurray Victor Young Starring Music by Cinematography Leo Tover Editing by Studio Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Hugh Bennett Paramount Pictures Paramount Pictures 3 March 1937 85 min USA English Maid of Salem is a 1937 film made by Paramount Pictures. and starring Claudette Colbert and Fred MacMurray. but saved by him. She is sentenced as a witch. John Harding Gale Sondergaard as Martha Harding Louise Dresser as Ellen Clarke Benny Bartlett as Timothy Clarke . Massachusetts. 1692. who has an affair with adventurer.

Maid of Salem • • • • • • • • • Edward Ellis as Elder Goode Beulah Bondi as Abigail Goode Bonita Granville as Ann Goode Virginia Weidler as Nabby Goode Donald Meek as Ezra Cheeves E.E. jsp?stid=82414 [2] http:/ / www. Morse Madame Sul-Te-Wan as Tituba 88 External links • Maid of Salem [1] at the TCM Movie Database • Maid of Salem [2] at the Internet Movie Database • Maid of Salem [3] at Allmovie References [1] http:/ / tcmdb. com/ title/ tt0029190/ [3] http:/ / www. com/ work/ 100965 . com/ title/ title. imdb. allmovie. Clive as Bilge Halliwell Hobbes as Jeremiah Pedro de Cordoba as Mr.

1937 86 min.I Met Him in Paris 89 I Met Him in Paris I Met Him in Paris I Met Him in Paris poster Directed by Produced by Written by Starring Wesley Ruggles Adolph Zukor Claude Binyon Helen Meinardi (story) Claudette Colbert Melvyn Douglas Robert Young Leo Tover Otho Lovering Paramount Pictures Paramount Pictures June 2. Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Claudette Colbert as Kay Denham Melvyn Douglas as George Potter Robert Young as Gene Anders Lee Bowman as Berk Sutter Mona Barrie as Helen Anders George Davis as Cutter Driver Fritz Feld as Hotel Clerk Rudolph Anders as Romantic Waiter (as Rudolph Amendt) Alexander Cross as John Hanley George Sorel as Hotel clerk Louis LaBey as a Bartender Egon Brecher as Emile. and Robert Young. Melvyn Douglas. directed by Wesley Ruggles. upper tower man Hans Joby as the Lower tower man Jacques Vanaire as the French masher (as Jacques Venaire) . USA English Cinematography Editing by Studio Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language I Met Him in Paris is a 1937 film made by Paramount Pictures. and starring Claudette Colbert.

jsp?stid=78846 [2] http:/ / www. allmovie. com/ title/ title. com/ title/ tt00029036/ [3] http:/ / www. com/ work/ 96064 .I Met Him in Paris • Eugene Borden as a Headwaiter 90 External links • I Met Him in Paris [1] at the TCM Movie Database • I Met Him in Paris [2] at the Internet Movie Database • I Met Him in Paris [3] at Allmovie References [1] http:/ / tcmdb. imdb.

Plot Russian Prince Mikail Alexandrovitch Ouratieff (Charles Boyer) and his wife. 25 December 1937 98 minutes United States English Starring Music by Cinematography Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Tovarich (the Russian word for comrade) is a 1937 Warner Bros. Anita Louise. Isabel Jeans. Sherwood. Warner as executive producers. the servants gradually endear themselves to their employers. They keep the money in a bank. they are forced to take jobs under false identities as butler and maid in the household of wealthy Charles Dupont (Melville Cooper). Wallis and Jack L. faithfully refusing to spend any of it for themselves. Melville Cooper. destitute. Morris Carnovsky and Curt Bois in his American debut role. Sherwood. After a shaky start. his wife Fermonde (Isabel Jeans). comedy film based on the 1935 play by Robert E. which he has entrusted to them for safekeeping.Tovarich (film) 91 Tovarich (film) Tovarich Claudette Colbert and Charles Boyer in Tovarich Directed by Produced by Written by Anatole Litvak Anatole Litvak Casey Robinson Jacques Deval (play) Robert E. their . Helene (Anita Louise) and Georges (Maurice Murphy). The music score was by Max Steiner and the cinematography by Charles Lang. However. and their children. which in turn was based on the 1933 French play Tovaritsch by Jacques Deval. The screenplay was by Casey Robinson from the French play by Jacques Deval adapted into English by Robert E. Sherwood Claudette Colbert Charles Boyer Basil Rathbone Anita Louise Max Steiner Charles Lang Henri Rust Warner Bros. The film stars Claudette Colbert and Charles Boyer with Basil Rathbone. Then. It was produced and directed by Anatole Litvak with Robert Lord as associate producer and Hal B. Grand Duchess Tatiana Petrovna (Claudette Colbert) flee from the Russian Revolution to Paris with the Czar's fortune.

• The original play by Jacques Deval opened in Paris on 13 October 1933. Robert E. • The play was made into the Broadway musical Tovarich (1963) (book by David Shaw. [1] . 1936. It ran for 264 performances and won Leigh the Tony Award for Best Actress. • The great French writer Louis-Ferdinand Céline has a walk-on role (extract on YouTube).Tovarich (film) secret is finally exposed when one of the guests at a dinner party. Soviet Commissar Gorotchenko (Basil Rathbone). Sherwood's English adaptation opened in London on 24 April 1935 (Melville Cooper reprised his stage role for the movie). 92 Main cast and characters Claudette Colbert as Grand Duchess Tatiana Petrovna Romanov Charles Boyer as Prince Mikail Alexandrovitch Ouratieff Basil Rathbone as Commissar Dimitri Gorotchenko Anita Louise as Helene Dupont Melville Cooper and Isabel Jeans as Charles and Hermonde Dupont Other cast members Morris Carnovsky as Chauffourier Dubieff Victor Kilian Maurice Murphy Gregory Gaye Montagu Love Renie Riano Fritz Feld as Gendarme as Georges Dupont as Count Frederic Brekenski as M. starring Marta Abba. film to begin with the famous Warners fanfare. recognises them. music by Lee Pockriss and lyrics by Anne Croswell) starring Vivien Leigh and Jean-Pierre Aumont. and on Broadway on Oct 15. Courtois as Madame Courtois as Martelleau Notes • This is the first Warner Bros. which was composed by Max Steiner.

jsp?stid=584 http:/ / www. imdb. com/ watch?v=ypF9OVLooKQ& feature=related http:/ / tcmdb. com/ title/ title. allmovie. com/ work/ 114212 . youtube. com/ title/ tt029685/ http:/ / www.Tovarich (film) 93 External links • Tovarich [2] at the TCM Movie Database • Tovarich [3] at the Internet Movie Database • Tovarich [4] at Allmovie References [1] [2] [3] [4] http:/ / www.

Bluebeard's Eighth Wife 94 Bluebeard's Eighth Wife Bluebeard's Eighth Wife Directed by Produced by Written by Ernst Lubitsch Ernst Lubitsch Charlton Andrews Charles Brackett Alfred Savoir Billy Wilder Claudette Colbert Gary Cooper Edward Everett Horton David Niven Werner R. Heymann Frederick Hollander Leo Tover William Shea Paramount Pictures March 23. She teaches him a salutary lesson. François Truffaut has said that Miriam Hopkins was slated to star as Nicole de Loiselle. . directed by Ernst Lubitsch. 1938 (US) 80 minutes United States English Starring Music by Cinematography Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Bluebeard's Eighth Wife is a 1938 film made by Paramount Pictures. and starring Claudette Colbert and Gary Cooper. It is a farce about a millionaire banker and his wife.

Bluebeard's Eighth Wife 95 Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • • Claudette Colbert as Nicole de Loiselle Gary Cooper as Michael Brandon Edward Everett Horton as Marquis de Loiselle David Niven as Albert De Regnier Elizabeth Patterson as Aunt Hedwige Herman Bing as Monsieur Pepinard. The Boxer Franklin Pangborn as Asst. com/ m/ bluebeards_eighth_wife/ . imdb. The Detective Warren Hymer as Kid Mulligan. rottentomatoes. jsp?stid=69247 http:/ / www. allmovie. Hotel Manager Rolfe Sedan as Floorwalker Lawrence Grant as Professor Urganzeff Lionel Pape as Monsieur Potin Tyler Brooke as Clerk Music "Here Comes Cookie" by Mack Gordon Sung by Gary Cooper External links • • • • Bluebeard's Eighth Wife [1] at the Internet Movie Database Bluebeard's Eighth Wife [2] at Allmovie Bluebeard's Eighth Wife [3] at the TCM Movie Database Bluebeard's Eighth Wife [4] at Rotten Tomatoes References [1] [2] [3] [4] http:/ / www. com/ title/ title. com/ work/ 85538 http:/ / tcmdb. com/ title/ tt0029929/ http:/ / www. Hotel Manager Armand Cortes as Asst.

Zaza (film) 96 Zaza (film) Zaza Theatrical poster Directed by Produced by Written by George Cukor Albert Lewin Zoe Akins Pierre Berton (play) Charles Simon (play) Claudette Colbert Herbert Marshall Bert Lahr Helen Westley Constance Collier Genevieve Tobin Walter Catlett Frederick Hollander Starring Music by Cinematography Charles Lang Editing by Studio Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Edward Dmytryk Paramount Pictures Paramount Pictures January 14. USA English Zaza is a 1939 film made by Paramount Pictures. The film stars Claudette Colbert (who had replaced Isa Miranda) and Herbert Marshall. 1939 83 min. The screenplay was written by Zoe Akins. The music score is by Frederick Hollander. based on play Zaza. directed by George Cukor. .

Todd as Toto Rex O'Malley as Bussy Ernest Cossart as Marchand Rex Evans as Michelin Robert Fischer as Pierre Janet Waldo as Simone Dorothy Tree as Madame Dufresne Duncan Renaldo as Animal trainer External links • Zaza [1] at the Internet Movie Database • Zaza [2] at the TCM Movie Database • Zaza [3] at Allmovie References [1] http:/ / www. imdb. Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Claudette Colbert as Zaza Herbert Marshall as Dufresne Bert Lahr as Cascart Helen Westley as Anais Constance Collier as Nathalie Genevieve Tobin as Florianne Walter Catlett as Marlardot Ann E. com/ work/ 118211 . jsp?stid=96643 [3] http:/ / www.Zaza (film) 97 Plot It tells the love story of a glamorous female singer. allmovie. com/ title/ title. com/ title/ tt0032157/ [2] http:/ / tcmdb. who has an affair with a married man.

Midnight (1939 film) 98 Midnight (1939 film) Midnight Directed by Produced by Written by Mitchell Leisen A. Hornblow Jr. 1939 94 minutes USA English Midnight is a 1939 romantic comedy (with some elements of screwball comedy) directed by Mitchell Leisen and written by Charles Brackett and Billy Wilder based on a story by Edwin Justus Mayer and Franz Schulz. Screenplay: Billy Wilder Charles Brackett Story: Edwin Justus Mayer Franz Schulz Claudette Colbert Don Ameche John Barrymore Mary Astor Francis Lederer Hedda Hopper Elaine Barrie Rex O'Malley Monty Woolley Frederick Hollander Starring Music by Cinematography Charles Lang Editing by Studio Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Doane Harrison Paramount Pictures Paramount Pictures March 15. .[1] It starred Claudette Colbert. Don Ameche and John Barrymore.

Georges loves his wife and wants her back. A car and driver are waiting outside for her. Tibor learns where she has gone . The other two players are Madame Helene Flammarion (Mary Astor) and Jacques Picot (Francis Lederer). and he says the Ritz). Stephanie tries to unmask the impostor. Marcel. While they are playing.a set of trunks bearing the Czerny monogram and holding a complete new wardrobe. and Jacques might even marry her. and offers to let her stay overnight at his apartment (he will be out driving all night). His wife Helene is infatuated with Jacques . The "Baron" and "Baroness" have a long-distance telephone conversation with their sick child in Budapest (actually Georges in another room on an extension). Eve does not want to impose on Tibor. she is already feeling attracted to him and doesn't want to begin a relationship with a impoverished taxi driver. one of the taxi drivers spots her. and offers to marry the Baroness if she leaves her husband. Tibor has come to be with his "wife". Eve is stunned to find a suite reserved at the Ritz for Baroness Czerny.but last night. They both go to the Flammarion estate. and saw something else. Eve is mystified and rather frightened by all this until her mysterious benefactor arrives. Meanwhile. handing over a pawn ticket (for her suitcase in Monte Carlo) as an invitation card. who is worried about Eve. . Then Tibor reveals his true identity. who thinks she's simply bored and recruits her for a game of bridge in a side room. He gives her an expense account of fifty thousand francs and invites her to the Flammarion country house for their upcoming week-end house party. and besides. invoking memories of the First Battle of the Marne to recruit his fellow taxi drivers. Jacques presses his suit. Helene is about to expose Eve in front of all the guests when "Baron Tibor Czerny" is announced. but is intercepted by Marcel (Rex O'Malley). buys her dinner at the taxi drivers' café. but Eve has no money to pay . searches Paris for her. Eve simply asks him to guess.Midnight (1939 film) 99 Plot Eve Peabody (Claudette Colbert) is an out-of-work American showgirl. Eve hints that she has similar feelings. has used the pawn ticket to retrieve the suitcase from Monte Carlo. In it is a group picture of some showgirls. "her" luggage is delivered . she slips away. Eve introduces herself as Mrs. When Eve awakes the next morning. It is Georges. Tibor professes his love for Eve. only to have the "Baroness" explain that the Czerny barons are prone to fits of delusional madness.until she finds that ten thousand francs has somehow appeared in her purse. The "Baroness" and Jacques lose a few thousand francs. Tibor. While she is out and about with Jacques. He wants Eve to flirt with Jacques and break up his affair with Helene. Eve partners with Jacques (to Helene's annoyance). Georges hears this and slips away saying he forgot his gloves. However. The pretense continues the following morning. one of whom looks very like the Baroness. and he has a proposition for her. Tibor Czerny (Don Ameche). When he stops for gas. Czerny. She slips in with a group. Eve captivates Jacques quite thoroughly. Jacques insists on seeing her back to her hotel (when asked. Georges will pay Eve a nice sum if she succeeds. He drives her around to the city's nightclubs in a fruitless attempt to get her a job. acting for Helene. Eve finds shelter from the rain at a stuffy concert hosted by socialite Stephanie (Hedda Hopper). She arrives in Paris from Monte Carlo during a rainstorm with just the clothes on her back (an evening gown). Georges seems to recognize Eve as the wife of Baron Czerny. but she still thinks she wants financial security with a wealthy husband like Jacques. He saw through her the night before. a Hungarian taxi driver. When the pawn ticket is detected. in private. Jacques had eyes only for the "Baroness". Later. and chats with the "Baroness" about life in Budapest. a wealthy bachelor and ladies' man.and that she is calling herself Baroness Czerny! At the estate. Eve tries to slip away. whom she has described as mentally cruel to her. takes pity on her. the man who was sitting next to her in the concert hall comes in: Helene's wealthy husband Georges Flammarion (John Barrymore).

the role that eventually went to Claudette Colbert was originally slated for Barbara Stanwyck but scheduling problems prevented her from taking it.much to the surprise of the judge who just denied their divorce. . and leaves arm-in-arm with Georges. Tibor pretends to be insane. "Witherspoon to star in 'Midnight'" (http:/ / www. amazon.com. amazon. 100 Production notes According to a Turner Classic Movies introduction by Robert Osborne. Tibor and Eve go off to the marriage bureau .it would deprive so many women of his attentions. variety. Midnight is set to be remade in 2010. in court. She appears in a French court to get a sham divorce. Retrieved 2011-02-02.[2] a region 1 DVD was released on April 22. Tibor is angry. 1995.[3] Cast • • • • • • • • • • Claudette Colbert as Eve Peabody / "Baroness Czerny" Don Ameche as Tibor Czerny / "Baron Czerny" John Barrymore as Georges Flammarion Francis Lederer as Jacques Picot Mary Astor as Helene Flammarion Elaine Barrie as Simone Hedda Hopper as Stephanie Rex O'Malley as Marcel Renaud Monty Woolley as Judge Armand Kaliz as Lebon Remake The film was remade as Masquerade in Mexico (1945) with Dorothy Lamour.com. knowing that will bar a divorce under French law. com/ title/ tt0031647/ ) at the Internet Movie Database. However.com. Helene is cured of her infatuation. . imdb. amazon. 2008. amazon.[4] The remake will be released by Universal Studios. Jacques still wants the "Baroness". Releases The film was released to theaters in the United States on March 15. . but he accepts payment from Georges to go along. 1939. [3] "Midnight (Universal Cinema Classics)" (http:/ / www.Midnight (1939 film) That's what Eve thinks she wants. which currently owns the rights to the original version. Footnotes [1] Midnight (http:/ / www. [4] Michael Fleming (May 30 2007). com/ Midnight-VHS-Claudette-Colbert/ dp/ 6303382975/ ). com/ article/ VR1117966009.[1] A VHS videotape was released on March 28. but Eve tells him gently that he should never marry . directed by Michael Arndt and starring Reese Witherspoon in the lead role. . com/ Midnight-Universal-Classics-Charles-Brackett/ dp/ B0012GVMIK/ ). Retrieved 2011-02-02. html?categoryid=10& cs=1). variety. [2] "Midnight VHS (1939)" (http:/ / www.

imdb.rottentomatoes.com/title/title.Midnight (1939 film) 101 External links • • • • Midnight (http://www.com/work/102251) at Allmovie Midnight (http://tcmdb.com/title/tt0031647/) at the Internet Movie Database Midnight (http://www.allmovie.jsp?stid=83414) at the TCM Movie Database .com/m/1056098-midnight/) at Rotten Tomatoes Midnight (http://www.

The only clue is a half of a dime incorporated into a piece of jewelry that the victim managed to snatch from her assailant. However. Marsh Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Harold F. tried. Kress Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 19 May 1939 86 minutes United States English It's a Wonderful World is a 1939 romantic screwball comedy starring Claudette Colbert and James Stewart. are behind the whole thing. a wealthy man who likes to drinking a bit too much and getting into trouble as a result. directed by W. Mankiewicz Claudette Colbert James Stewart Edward Ward Cinematography Oliver T. It is revealed to the audience that Heywood's new wife Vivian (Frances Drake) and her lover. the mystery man kills Dolores and frames Heywood for the murder. and when Heywood enters her apartment. S. Van Dyke. Dolores is being held at gunpoint by a man. Heywood to be executed. Plot Private detective Guy Johnson (Stewart) is well paid to watch over Willie Heywood (Ernest Truex). It is a setup. . convicted and sentenced: Guy to prison for a year. when Heywood's recent ex-girlfriend Dolores Gonzalez (Cecilia Callejo) makes a public nuisance of herself over their relationship. Al Mallon (Sidney Blackmer). She stands to inherit Heywood's millions. In addition to her lover. but both of them are nabbed by the police. S.It's a Wonderful World (1939 film) 102 It's a Wonderful World (1939 film) It's a Wonderful World 1939 original movie poster Directed by Produced by Written by Starring Music by W. Guy hurries to the scene soon after and hides his client so he can catch the real killer. Van Dyke Frank Davis Ben Hecht Herman J. Her actor spouse unexpectedly arrives from Australia and starts blackmailing her. the unfaithful woman also turns out to have a husband already. a drunk Heywood goes to see her.

only to have Edwina mistake him for a policeman and knock him out. the frustrated boss of bumblers Koretz and Miller Cecil Cunningham as Madame J. as he has a low opinion of the intelligence of women. much to his annoyance. but she soon discovers he is telling the truth about his mission. California References External links • It's a Wonderful Life (http://www.allmovie.com/title/title. Delmonico. His struggle with Koretz is witnessed by noted poetess Edwina Corday (Colbert). Willoughby. Meanwhile. during the performance of a play.com/title/tt0031500/) at the Internet Movie Database • It's a Wonderful World (http://www. a newspaper advertisement placed by the actor mentioning the other half of the dime and where to contact him.jsp?stid=1460) at the TCM Movie Database . to help with the investigation. they kill the wrong man. E. Guy gets himself hired as an actor to better figure out who knows about the half dime. a last-minute substitute.It's a Wonderful World (1939 film) On the way to jail. L. he has no choice but to kidnap her to prevent her from sounding the alarm. the head of Guy's detective agency Cecilia Callejo as Dolores Gonzales Sidney Blackmer as Al Mallon Andy Clyde as 'Gimpy' Wilson Cliff Clark as Captain Haggerty. Chambers Leonard Kibrick as Herman Plotka Hans Conried as Mr. At first. taking along the bumbling policeman handcuffed to him. Sergeant Fred Koretz (Nat Pendleton). After knocking Koretz out and freeing himself from the handcuffs. The trail leads to a small professional theater group run by Madame Chambers (Cecil Cunningham). However. Guy is captured by the police. and insists on sticking with him. but Edwina manages to convince them that there is written evidence implicating Guy and Cap in the first murder. 103 Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Claudette Colbert as Edwina Corday James Stewart as Guy Johnson Guy Kibbee as Fred 'Cap' Streeter Nat Pendleton as Sergeant Fred Koretz Frances Drake as Vivian Tarbel Edgar Kennedy as Lieutenant Miller Ernest Truex as Willie Heyward Richard Carle as Major I. Guy comes across a clue. Stage Manager Grady Sutton as Lupton Peabody Filming locations San Diego. "Cap" Streeter (Guy Kibbee). she believes him to be a dangerous criminal. Vivian and Mallon decide it is better to silence her husband rather than submit to his demands.imdb.com/work/96932) at Allmovie • It's a Wonderful World (http://tcmdb. Guy jumps from the moving train into a river. Guy brings in his associate. they catch Vivian and Mallon in the process of taking away her bound and gagged husband. When they drive to the address she gives.

The film was produced by Darryl F. and Indian attacks on their farm before the Revolution ends and peace is restored. Edmonds Screenplay: Sonya Levien Lamar Trotti Claudette Colbert Henry Fonda Edna May Oliver John Carradine Ward Bond Alfred Newman Starring Music by Cinematography Bert Glennon Ray Rennahan Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Robert L.Drums Along the Mohawk 104 Drums Along the Mohawk Drums Along the Mohawk DVD release cover Directed by Produced by Written by John Ford Darryl F. was nominated for two Academy Awards and became a major box office success. The film— Ford's first colour feature— was well received. Zanuck (executive producer) Novel: Walter D. . Walter D. Simpson (film editor) 20th Century Fox November 3. Henry Fonda and Claudette Colbert portray settlers on the New York frontier during the American Revolution. Tory. Edmonds. 1939 103 minutes USA English Drums Along the Mohawk is a 1939 historical Technicolor film based upon a 1936 novel of the same name by American author. grossing over US$1 million in its first year. The couple suffer British. Zanuck and directed by John Ford.

Christian Reall. in the novel she is the 18-year-old bride of a husband she has seen just six times. is forced to evacuate the pregnant Lana and their belongings by a raid of eight white men and six Indians. including Mrs. the settlers learn the revolution has ended. With no home and winter approaching. Life returns to peaceful normality. who appeared in the novel as the historical figure Adam Helmer. as are two abandoned Tory houses in retaliation. is an important personage and godfather to Gil's second son. then are forced to flee for their lives from a raid by "eight white men and a hundred Indians". having only three neighbors. Her family is actually killed in a raid in the novel. Mrs. but soon is working alongside her husband. A notable variance from the novel's plot to film is the assignment of the "run" to Gil Martin. have fates diametrically opposite those of the novel. and ammunition runs short. Ill-equipped and poorly trained. The American Revolution begins. However. In an early film scene. In the novel. New York for a small farm in Deerfield on the western frontier of the Mohawk Valley in central New York. McKlennar. Ford uses humor throughout the script to establish a sympathetic quaintness and community at wide variance from the novel's theme. and his plot compresses numerous events to fit within the time frame. McKlennar is mortally wounded. the settlers barely manage to defeat the enemy at Oriskany. and the militia is called up. who unlike in the dramatization. McKlennar and the Martins prosper. Colbert was twice that age when the movie was filmed. Lana has difficulty in adjusting to frontier life. Ford uses broad plot elements lifted from the novel to construct his story. All four farms are burned out. This exaggeration by Ford typifies the heroic myth he seeks to create. Gil returns home wounded and delirious. Lana is again pregnant. from a Mohawk Valley farm girl already experienced in hard work to a soft member of the gentry whose upbringing. Moreover. and the settlers take refuge in Fort Herkimer. she gives birth to their son. but the film varies greatly in detail. Boleo in particular. Lana is pregnant and miscarries when the Martin farm is burned to the ground in an Indian attack led by a Tory. numerous neighbors and their families help Gil clear his land as a social event. and Joe Boleo. and plays a far more prominent role than he did in the novel. McKlennar (Edna May Oliver). the Martins accept work on the farm of wealthy widow Mrs. and while Gil recovers from his wounds. portrayed as a half-wit by Ford's brother Francis. Caldwell (John Carradine). Mrs. not youth. The Indians are overwhelmed. The Tory leader Caldwell is patterned after William Caldwell. reinforcements arrive from Fort Dayton. Differences between film and novel Of dramatic necessity. Unlike Edmonds. the film omits or neglects many of the book's characters and incidents. whereas novelist Edmonds concentrated on depicting the everyday lives and relationships of the often less-than-heroic settlers. Demooth.Drums Along the Mohawk 105 Plot In 1776. American colonists Gilbert Martin (Henry Fonda) and Lana Borst (Claudette Colbert) marry and leave her luxurious home in Albany. tone. but the psychological . As the Indians scale the walls of the fort.[1] Mrs. an attack by Tories and Indians threatens the valley. and the changes forced on their lives by an endless and baffling crisis. After the battle. is the source of her initial weakness and fears. The Tories and Mohawks attack German Flatts. His fate in the film adaptation is that of a much more minor character in the novel. and while burning logs with two of them to clear the remaining trees. Gil makes a dash through enemy lines to secure help from nearby Fort Dayton. Gil clears his own land. rather than to Adam Hartman. survived the conflict for another fifty years. The Martin cabin is burned and they lose everything. The personalities of many prominent characters are altered. and focus from the novel. where Walter Butler is the primary Tory figure. the frontiersman who executed the run in history. While both film and novel focus on the development of Lana as a wife. in the novel the first major crisis in their marriage is neither Lana's fear of the frontier nor loss of their home. and the American flag is unfurled above the fort. and her selection over Nancy Kelly to portray Lana leads to a complete rebuilding of the character. Many characters in the film. including the major plotline of John Weaver and Mary Reall.

Ford planned to devote three weeks to filming the battle. Spencer Charters's landlord. McKlennar John Carradine — Caldwell Ward Bond — Adam Hartman Roger Imhof — Gen. References [1] In reality. Instead.. Fonda and Miss Colbert have done rather nicely with the Gil and Lana Martin. "John Ford's Film of 'Drums Along the Mohawk' Opens at the Roxy" (http:/ / movies.Mr. "Walter D.Mr. Mr. It has its humor. com/ movie/ review?res=9E02E1DE143EE432A25757C0A9679D946894D6CF). its full complement of blood and thunder.. Nicholas Herkimer Arthur Shields — Rev.... Collins's Christian Reall. but still basically faithful. Demooth Russell Simpson — Dr... Nugent (2009-11-04). film edition bearing the trademark of Director John Ford. Forts Herkimer and Dayton were within sight of each other on opposite sides of the Mohawk River. Shields's Rev. Ward Bond's Adam Helmer..They've matched the background excellently. The Battle of Oriskany is a prominent part of Edmonds' novel but is not shown in the film. but weather difficulties made following the shooting schedule impossible. The attack in the film combines two scenes from the novel: an early raid involving a small settlement fort near Deerfield. all of them.."[2] Academy Award nominations The film was nominated for two awards: Best Supporting Actress (Edna May Oliver) and Best Cinematography (Ray Rennahan and Bert Glennon). . which Ford totally ignores. Rosenkrantz Chief John Big Tree — Blue Back Francis Ford — Joe Boleo Jessie Ralph — Mrs. Imhof's General Herkimer.. 1939 and wrote. Retrieved 2009-01-28.Mr.Miss Oliver could not have been bettered as the warlike Widow McKlennar. nytimes.It is romantic enough for any adventure-story lover. Weaver Robert Lowery — John Weaver Kay Linaker — Mrs. 106 Credited cast • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Henry Fonda — Gilbert "Gil" Martin Claudette Colbert — Magdelana "Lana" Martin Edna May Oliver — Mrs. Edmonds's exciting novel of the Mohawk Valley during the American Revolution has come to the. Rosenkrantz. New York Times.a first-rate historical film.... and a passing mention of a brief 1782 siege of Fort Dayton very late in the novel. its sentiment. .. he improvised the memorable scene in which Gil vividly describes the battle after returning to the McKlennar home.screen in a considerably elided. [2] Frank S.Drums Along the Mohawk trauma of miscarrying. Nugent reviewed the film for the New York Times of November 4. Petry Spencer Charters — Innkeeper Critical reception Frank S... as rich atmospherically as it is in action.

com/title/tt0031252/) at the Internet Movie Database • Drums Along the Mohawk (http://tcmdb.allmovie.Drums Along the Mohawk 107 External links • Drums Along the Mohawk (http://www.jsp?stid=73691) at the TCM Movie Database • Drums Along the Mohawk (http://www.com/work/14871) at Allmovie .imdb.com/title/title.

Their well proves a bust and they have to hastily depart when Aldrich shows up with the sheriff to take back his property. When Elizabeth 'Betsy' Bartlett (Colbert) shows up. Hedy Lamarr. The two oilmen team up and make enough money to partially pay Aldrich. Without enough money. they strike it rich. she catches her husband dancing with a barroom floozy. However. they cut him in for a percentage of the well. but returns when she learns that her husband has lost almost everything to Sand and needs her. This time. wanting Betsy to be happy.Boom Town (film) 108 Boom Town (film) Boom Town Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Written by Jack Conway Sam Zimbalist James Edward Grant (story) John Lee Mahin Clark Gable Spencer Tracy Claudette Colbert Hedy Lamarr Blanche Sewell Starring Editing by Distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Release date(s) August 20. A story written by James Edward Grant in Cosmopolitan magazine titled "A Lady Comes to Burkburnett" provided the inspiration for the film. McMasters sweeps her off her feet (without knowing that Sand considers her his girl) and marries her. . they steal drilling equipment from a skeptical Luther Aldrich (Morgan). Betsy leaves too. on their first anniversary. 1940 Running time Country Language 119 minutes United States English Boom Town is a 1940 adventure drama Hollywood film starring Clark Gable. and Frank Morgan. To get him to back them for a second try. As a result. Claudette Colbert. Sand accepts the situation. Spencer Tracy.[1] Plot "Big John" McMasters (Gable) and "Square John" Sand (Tracy) are two down-on-their-luck oil wildcatters who join forces. Sand quarrels with McMasters and they flip a coin for the entire oilfield.

• • • • • • • • • • • • • • Spencer Tracy as Jonathan Sand Claudette Colbert as Elizabeth Bartlett McMasters Hedy Lamarr as Karen Vanmeer Frank Morgan as Luther Aldrich Lionel Atwill as Harry Compton Chill Wills as Deputy Harmony Jones Marion Martin as Whitey Minna Gombell as Spanish Eva 'Evie' Joe Yule as Ed Murphy Horace Murphy as Tom Murphy Roy Gordon as 'Mac' McCreery Richard Lane as Assistant District Attorney Casey Johnson as Little Jack McMasters Baby Quintanilla as Baby Jack McMasters This was the first film Colbert and Gable had done together since It Happened One Night (1934). before Tracy eventually insisted on the same top billing clause in his MGM contract that Gable had enjoyed. Gable and Tracy had also made two other films. . San Francisco and Test Pilot. When he suspects that McMasters is carrying on an affair with Karen. When a miserable Betsy tries to commit suicide by taking sleeping pills. McMasters is prosecuted by the government for violating the Sherman Antitrust Act and loses his business. Sand loses his costly battle with his former friend and goes broke. Seeking inside information about his rivals. Sand and McMasters team up again. Building on his renewed success as a wildcatter. Meanwhile. the two finally reconcile. he tries to save Betsy's marriage by offering to marry Karen.Boom Town (film) Each man goes through booms and busts. Gable's father was an oil-well driller and Gable himself worked for him in Oklahoma. Aldrich supplies them with equipment and the whole cycle begins again. who uses her social contacts and womanly charms to gather industry information. However. competing against former customer Harry Compton (Lionel Atwill). In the end. but happier. effectively ending the American cinema's most famous screen team. It is only when he asks McMasters to give his wife a divorce that the married man finally comes to his senses. Later. 109 Cast • Clark Gable as Big John McMasters. and Sand goes to work for his old friend. as well as the last movie Gable and Tracy did together. Sand loses everything he has built up in South America to a revolution. McMasters moves to New York to expand into refineries and distribution. When he meets McMasters at an oilmen's convention. he hires away Compton's adviser Karen Vanmeer (Lamarr).[2] so he was familiar with the subject of this film. poor. with the blissful Betsy looking on. she deduces his motives and declines. Sand decides that the only way to help her is to bankrupt McMasters.

org/ handbook/ online/ articles/ BB/ heb14. tshaonline.com/title/tt0032273/) at the Internet Movie Database • Boom Town (http://www.com/title/title. Turner Classic Movies External links • Boom Town (http://tcmdb.Boom Town (film) 110 References [1] TSHA Online .imdb.jsp?stid=57) at the TCM Movie Database • Boom Town (http://www.allmovie.com/work/6680) at Allmovie . html) [2] Robert Osborne.Texas State Historical Association (http:/ / www.

written by Billy Wilder. My Love is a 1940 American romantic comedy film made by Paramount Pictures. Colbert once said that this was her favorite film of her own. My Love 111 Arise.[1] [2] . directed by Mitchell Leisen. and starring Claudette Colbert and Ray Milland. Toldy) Claudette Colbert Ray Milland Dennis O'Keefe Victor Young Starring Music by Cinematography Charles Lang Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Doane Harrison Paramount Pictures October 16. My Love Arise. Billy Wilder Charles Brackett Jacques Théry Benjamin Glazer (story) Hans Székely (story) (as John S. 1940 110 minutes United States English Arise.Arise. My Love Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Written by Mitchell Leisen Arthur Hornblow Jr. Charles Brackett and Jacques Théry.

" • Augusta Nash: "Mmm-hmm. Introduced in The Love Parade (1929) . Father. it tells the love story of a pilot and lady journalist who meet in the latter days of the Spanish Civil War and follows them through the early days of World War II. The character of Augusta Nash was. it's not true!" • Mr. based on that of Martha Gellhorn. How long were you in that prison?" • Mr.Arise. it's mine too. Bresson Stanley Logan as Col. seemingly. Sung and hummed by Claudette Colbert. such as the signing of the armistice between France and Germany in the Compiegne Forest. it's a funny thing that you of all people should be sitting beside me. I just wanted to taste the words." • Tom Martin: "Don't worry. Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Claudette Colbert as Augusta (Gusto) Nash Ray Milland as Tom Martin Dennis O'Keefe as Joe 'Shep' Shepard Walter Abel as Mr. Filming began in June of 1940 and the script was continuously updated to incorporate actual events. My Love 112 Plot Notable for its interventionist message. you're fired. Phillips: "Gusto Nash." • Tom Martin: "You know. as of immediately!" • Augusta Nash: "Oh. Phillips: "I'm not happy. Tubbs Brown Lionel Pape as Lord Kettlebrook Aubrey Mather as Achille Cliff Nazarro as Botzelberg Quotes • Father Jacinto: "This is my first execution. Phillips: I know it's not true. You're precisely my type. Lyrics by Clifford Grey. Phillips Dick Purcell as Pinky' OConnor George Zucco as Prison Governor Frank Puglia as Father Jacinto Esther Dale as Secretary Paul Leyssac as Bresson Ann Codee as Mme. Sheer rapture!" • Mr. I'm not happy at all!" Soundtrack • DREAM LOVER Written by Victor Schertzinger.

[3] Adaptations in Other Media Arise. .Biography" (http:/ / www. My Love (http://www. My Love" (http:/ / movies.jsp?stid=67587) at the TCM Movie Database • Arise. My Love (http://www. htm).allmovie.imdb.com/title/title. leninimports.com/title/tt0032220/) at the Internet Movie Database • Arise. Retrieved 2007-11-25. and was nominated for Best Music (Victor Young). html). Retrieved 2007-11-25. com/ claudettecolbert/ bio. com/ claudette_colbert.Pure Panache . NY Times. . It was also presented on the June 1.Lenin Imports" (http:/ / www.com/work/83924) at Allmovie . . com/ movie/ 83924/ Arise-My-Love/ details). Best Cinematography (Charles Lang) and Best Art Direction (Hans Dreier and Robert Usher). My Love (http://tcmdb. 1942 episode of Lux Radio Theater with Milland joined by Loretta Young. meredy. 1946 episode of Academy Award Theater. [3] "NY Times: Arise. Retrieved 2008-12-12. [2] "Claudette Colbert Biography (1903-1996) . My Love was adapted as a radio play on the June 8. References [1] "Claudette Colbert . My Love 113 Awards and nominations It won the Academy Award for Best Story (Benjamin Glazer and Hans Székely). External links • Arise. with Milland reprising his role.Arise. nytimes.

Ryder. It was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Sound. Paramount SSD). . Recording (Loren L. 1941 92 minutes United States English Skylark is a 1941 film directed by Mark Sandrich. Ray Milland and Brian Aherne. and starring Claudette Colbert.Skylark (1941 film) 114 Skylark (1941 film) Skylark Original poster Directed by Produced by Written by Mark Sandrich Mark Sandrich Zion Myers Samson Raphaelson (play and novel) Allan Scott Claudette Colbert Ray Milland Brian Aherne Victor Young Leo Shuken(uncredited) Starring Music by Cinematography Charles Lang Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language LeRoy Stone Paramount Pictures November 21.

Skylark (1941 film) 115 Plot Lydia Kenyon (Claudette Colbert) feels she is neglected and treated insensitively by her husband. Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Claudette Colbert as Lydia Kenyon Ray Milland as Tony Kenyon Brian Aherne as Jim Blake Binnie Barnes as Myrtle Vantine Walter Abel as George Gore Grant Mitchell as Frederick Vantine Mona Barrie as Charlette Gorell Ernest Cossart as Theodore James Rennie as Ned Franklyn Leonard Mudie as Jewelry clerk Warren Hymer as Big man in subway car Hobart Cavanaugh as Small man in subway car Edward Fielding as Scholarly man in subway car Leon Belasco as Long-haired man in subway car Irving Bacon as Ferryman External links • Skylark [1] at the Internet Movie Database • Skylark [2] at Allmovie • Skylark [3] at the TCM Movie Database References [1] http:/ / www. and returns to him. jsp?stid=90425 . allmovie. com/ title/ tt0034198/ [2] http:/ / www. imdb. Tony (Ray Milland). in a moment of crisis she realises she loves her husband. Jim Blake (Brian Aherne). She meets a lawyer. and though she eventually divorces her husband. com/ title/ title. on their fifth wedding anniversary. com/ work/ 110535 [3] http:/ / tcmdb. and nearly marries the young lawyer instead.

Mockridge David Raksin Charles Bradshaw Starring Music by Cinematography George Barnes Editing by Studio Release date(s) Running time Country Language Barbara McLean 20th Century Fox December 25. 1941 86 minutes United States English Remember the Day is a 1941 film made by 20th Century Fox. and starring Claudette Colbert and John Payne . directed by Henry King.Remember the Day 116 Remember the Day Remember the Day Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Written by Henry King William Perlberg Frank Davis Allan Scott Tess Slesinger Henry King (uncredited) play: Phillip Dunning Philo Higley Claudette Colbert John Payne Shepperd Strudwick Alfred Newman uncredited: David Buttolph Hugo Friedhofer Cyril J.

jsp?stid=87955 [2] http:/ / www.Remember the Day 117 Plot It tells the story of a young boy. who had a crush on his school teacher. She was briefly married to a fellow teacher until he died in 1917. allmovie. imdb. com/ work/ 107575 . Roberts Anne Revere as Miss Price Frieda Inescort as Mrs. com/ title/ tt0034092/ [3] http:/ / www. later a Presidential candidate. Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Claudette Colbert as Nora Trinell John Payne as Dan Hopkins Shepperd Strudwick as Dewey Roberts (as John Sheppard) Ann E. Todd as Kate Hill Douglas Croft as Dewey Roberts as a boy Jane Seymour as Mrs. Dewey Roberts Harry Hayden as Mr. Roberts Francis Pierlot as Mr. Mason Selmer Jackson as Graham William Halligan as Tom Hanlon External links • Remember the Day [1] at the TCM Movie Database • Remember the Day [2] at the Internet Movie Database • Remember the Day [3] at Allmovie References [1] http:/ / tcmdb. Steele Marie Blake as Miss Cartwright William Henderson as Peter Chick Chandler as Mr. com/ title/ title.

Typical for a Sturges movie. and starring Claudette Colbert. Mary Astor and Rudy Vallée.The Palm Beach Story 118 The Palm Beach Story The Palm Beach Story Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Preston Sturges Buddy G. DeSylva (uncredited) Paul Jones (assoc. Victor Young contributed the lively musical score. Joel McCrea. the pacing and dialogue of The Palm Beach Story are very fast. producer) Preston Sturges Claudette Colbert Joel McCrea Mary Astor Rudy Vallee Victor Young Written by Starring Music by Cinematography Victor Milner Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Stuart Gilmore Paramount Pictures November 2 1942 (NY) November 7 (general) 88 minutes United States English The Palm Beach Story is a 1942 romantic screwball comedy film written and directed by Preston Sturges. . including a fast-paced variation of William Tell Overture for the opening scenes.

Soon. a strange but rich little man who's stopped by because he's thinking of renting the Jeffers' apartment. which he never bothers to add up – and make the remainder of the trip to Palm Beach on Hackensacker's yacht named The ErlKing (obviously a play on "The Oil King" . and boards a train for Palm Beach. Joel McCrea and Claudette Colbert. while his often-married. In the opening sequence we see Claudette Colbert bound and gagged in a closet.another homage to John D. stars of The Palm Beach Story. Then. which until now has not been referred to – Hackensacker and his sister are elated. one of the richest men in the world (whose name is reminiscent of John D. Even though he's disappointed. and in the hope of meeting a wealthy second husband who can help Tom. borrows some money from The Wienie King (Robert Dudley). When Tom meets Hackensacker. also with the impromptu financial assistance of The Wienie King. man-hungry sister. getting married. Rockefeller). To help further his suit with Gerry. Colbert is playing twins. But.. The two remain married from 1937 until 1942 where the film continues from. but many people miss. Tom finally persuades Gerry to give their marriage another chance. The final scene shows Hackensacker and Gerry's sister. Gerry decides that Tom would be better off if they split up. Hackensacker agrees to invest in Tom's grand masterpiece. Hackensacker falls for Gerry. but then we see her a second later in a wedding dress. since he thinks it's a good business deal.The Palm Beach Story 119 Plot Thomas and Geraldine Jeffers (Joel McCrea and Claudette Colbert) are a married couple in New York City who are down on their luck financially. Florida. much to the distress of her last lover. Princess Centimillia (Mary Astor). It turns out McCrea's character is also twins and the sibling is likewise in love with the tied up Colbert sister. Because of an encounter with the wild and drunken millionaire members of the "Ale and Quail" hunting club. and he never lets anything get in the way of business. Hackensacker III (Rudy Vallee). So she packs her bags. giving him the improbable name "Captain McGlue". which turns out to be extravagant. Ironically. Gerry loses all her luggage and. is forced to accept Hackensacker's charity. there is another deeper issue with their relationship. On the train.or did they?" . The sister of the bride has just tied up her sibling in an attempt to steal the wedding for herself. both of whom are in love with the intended groom played by Joel McCrea. But as the pantomime is cross-cut with action showing McCrea rushing to the altar it becomes apparent something is wrong here too as McCrea hurriedly changes from one formal suit to another in the car. and they confess their masquerade to their disappointed suitors. Gerry introduces him as her brother. The end result is it's the two siblings. not the original bride or groom. Hackensacker intends to go through with his investment in the suspended airport.. They leave the train and go on a massive shopping spree for everything from lingerie to jewelry – Hackensacker minutely noting the cost of everything in a little notebook. The film ends with the words: "And they lived happily ever after. caught by the maid with a penchant for fainting at every emotional conflict. she meets the eccentric John D. he too is trying to steal the wedding. who are married. when Tom and Gerry let slip that they met because they are both identical twins – a fact which somewhat [1] explains the opening sequence of the film. to establish residency in anticipation of a divorce. Rockefeller's). a scheme to build an airport suspended over a city by wires. after making do with clothing scrounged from other passengers. One that is brought up in the first sequence of the movie as the opening credits roll. Toto (Sig Arno). from the trailer for the film In the antic manner of their namesakes Tom and Jerry. chases Tom. Tom follows Gerry to Palm Beach by air. who's still following her around. and the Princess and Tom's brother. which is pushing the marriage to an end.

Although Claudette Colbert and Sturges had both worked on The Big Pond (1930) and the 1934 version of Imitation of Life. Julius Tannen and Robert Warwick. following Sullivan's Travels from the previous year and they would work together again on The Great Moment. Torben Meyer. Moore.The Palm Beach Story 120 Cast Mary Astor and Joel McCrea • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Claudette Colbert as Geraldine "Gerry" Jeffers Joel McCrea as Tom Jeffers (alias "Captain McGlue") Mary Astor as The Princess Centimillia Rudy Vallée as John D. as well as an award for Best Actor of 1942 from the National Board of Review. Harry Hayden. Unfaithfully Yours and The Beautiful Blonde from Bashful Bend. • This was the seventh of ten films written by Preston Sturges in which William Demarest appeared. [2] • The Palm Beach Story was Rudy Vallee's first comedic role. Hackensacker III Sig Arno as Toto Robert Dudley as Wienie King Esther Howard as Wife of Wienie King Franklin Pangborn as Apartment Manager Arthur Stuart Hull as Mr. Kluck Victor Potel as Mr. Franklin Pangborn. William Demarest. Jimmy Conlin. Charles R. Robert Dudley.[3] He would go on to appear in Sturges' The Sin of Harold Diddlebock. and it garnered him a contract from Paramount. Club Car Bartender Charles R. McKeewie Arthur Hoyt as Pullman Conductor Al Bridge as Conductor Fred "Snowflake" Toones as George. Moore as Train Porter Frank Moran as Brakeman Harry Rosenthal as Orchestra Leader Rudy Vallée and Claudette Colbert The Ale and Quail Club: • • • Jimmy Conlin as Mr. Frank Moran. Byron Foulger. which was filmed in 1942 (but released in 1944).[4] . Harry Rosenthal. • Many members of Sturges' unofficial "stock company" of character actors appear in The Palm Beach Story. The Palm Beach Story was the only time they worked together on a movie Sturges wrote and directed. Chester Conklin. Robert Greig. Jack Norton. Arthur Hoyt. among them Al Bridge. Hinch Unnamed members played by: • • • • • • • William Demarest Jack Norton Robert Greig Roscoe Ates Dewey Robinson Chester Conklin Sheldon Jett Cast notes • This was Sturges' second collaboration with Joel McCrea. Osmond Torben Meyer as Dr. Dewey Robinson. Victor Potel. Asweld Robert Warwick as Mr.

imdb. The Great McGinty (1940). dll?p=avg& sql=1:37136~T4) [4] Demarest appeared in Diamond Jim (1935).[5] The story Sturges came up with had the title "Is Marriage Necessary". Eleanor Hutton.[2] The cast Sturges assembled for the film was not cheap: Claudette Colbert received $150. when the car with their compartment was unhitched while they were eating dinner two cars away. became a working title for the film.000. since his ex-wife. who also rejected the script that Paramount submitted to them because of its "sex suggestive situations.. jsp?stid=86154& category=Overview) [7] IMDB Filming locations (http:/ / www.. jsp?stid=86154& category=Misc Notes) . com/ tcmdb/ title.[7] The film premiered in New York City on 2 November 1942 and went in to general release on 7 November. com/ cg/ avg. along with an alternative. The Miracle of Morgan's Creek (1944). Christmas in July (1940). Easy Living (1937). com/ title/ tt0035169/ locations) [8] IMDB Release dates (http:/ / www.and dialogue. "Is That Bad?". Hail the Conquering Hero (1944) and The Great Moment (1944) [5] Stafford. before the script finally was approved. and Sturges himself had shuttled back and forth between Europe and America as a young man. tcm. com/ tcmdb/ title. tcm. Indeed one incident in the film is based on something which happened to Sturges and his mother while traveling by train to Paris. Rockefeller. 100 Laughs #77 References [1] The significance and meaning of the wedding montage which opens the film has been debated at length. notes (http:/ / www. Sullivan's Travels (1941). 1941 and wrapped on January 13. tcm.[6] The second unit did background shooting at Penn Station in Manhattan. tcm. com/ tcmdb/ title. Hackensacker III" character and John D. TCM Notes (http:/ / www. Unfortunately. imdb.. on 12 July 1990 and re-released on 30 June 1993.000.[5] The film went into production on November 24. was an heiress who moved among the European aristocracy.The Palm Beach Story 121 Production At least part of the initial inspiration for The Palm Beach Story may have come to Preston Sturges from close to home. among others.[8] The film was released on video in the U. but the Hays Office continued to reject the script because of its "light treatment of marriage and divorce" and because of similarities between the "John D. 1942. and Joel McCrea was paid $60. and this. Jeff "The Palm Beach Story" (TCM article) (http:/ / www. The Palm Beach Story (1942)..S. The Lady Eve (1941)." Changes were made. including reducing the number of Princess Centimillia's previous marriages from eight to three (plus two annulments). "Is Marriage Necessary?" was rejected by the censors of the Hays Office. com/ tcmdb/ title. com/ tcmdb/ title. and was once wooed by Prince Jerome Rospigliosi-Gioeni. com/ title/ tt0035169/ releaseinfo) [9] TCM Misc. jsp?stid=86154& category=Notes) [3] Allmovie Awards (http:/ / www. while Mary Astor and Rudy Vallee also received hefty sums. jsp?stid=86154& category=Notes) [2] TCM Notes (http:/ / www. allmovie. jsp?stid=86154& category=Articles) [6] TCM Overview (http:/ / www.[9] Awards and honors American Film Institute recognition • 2000: AFI's 100 Years. tcm. More changes were made.

The Palm Beach Story 122 External links The Palm Beach Story (http://www.org/palm.html) at metroactive • The Palm Beach Story (http://www.metroactive. • Sturges Urges (http://www.htm) at Portico • • • • .filmsite.The Palm Beach Story (http://www.com/papers/metro/11.com/title/tt0035169/) at the Internet Movie Database The Palm Beach Story (http://tcmdb.96/preston-sturges-9646.jsp?stid=86154) at the TCM Movie Database The Palm Beach Story (http://www.allmovie.com/work/37136) at Allmovie Greatest Films.html) Critique and thorough plot description/analysis.imdb.portifex.14.com/title/title.com/LArts/PalmBeachStory.

1943 83 minutes United States English No Time for Love is a 1943 film directed by Mitchell Leisen.[1] Robert Usher spent the last twenty years of his life as a 'family brother' at New Clairvaux Abbey in Vina California. and starring Claudette Colbert and Fred MacMurray.No Time for Love (film) 123 No Time for Love (film) No Time for Love Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Written by Mitchell Leisen Mitchell Leisen Fred Kohlmar (associate producer) Robert Lees (story) Frederic I. Sam Comer). Black-and-White (Hans Dreier. Rinaldo (story) Warren Duff (adaptation) Claude Binyon Claudette Colbert Fred MacMurray Victor Young Starring Music by Cinematography Charles Lang Editing by Studio Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Alma Macrorie Paramount Pictures Paramount Pictures November 10. He designed some of the monastery's buildings and the cemetery gardens. Robert Usher. . It was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Art Direction-Interior Decoration.

com/title/title. • Hoppy Grant: [answering the door] Doorbells should ring once and then electrocute the ringer. Cast • • • • • • • Claudette Colbert as Katherine Grant Fred MacMurray as Jim Ryan Ilka Chase as Hoppy Grant Richard Haydn as Roger Winant Paul McGrath as Henry Fulton June Havoc as Darlene Marjorie Gateson as Sophie Quotes • Katherine Grant: Oh. . External links • No Time for Love (http://www. NY Times. She feels responsible and hires him to help her. I'm liable to throw ya a dirty look. Retrieved 2008-12-19.allmovie. References [1] "NY Times: No Time for Love" (http:/ / movies.imdb. who gets him fired from a tunneling job.com/title/tt0036208/) at the Internet Movie Database • No Time for Love (http://tcmdb. gee. And where I look dirty. you---you coward! Kissing a woman! • Jim Ryan: What am I supposed to kiss? • Darlene: Aw. • Darlene: If I get mad.com/work/74879) at Allmovie .No Time for Love (film) 124 Plot It tells the story of an engineer Jim Ryan (Fred MacMurray) and a female photographer Katherine Grant (Claudette Colbert). you're wonderful! • Jim Ryan: Just keep that in mind. Ever. The differences in their styles help them to fall in love. nytimes. no grass grows.jsp?stid=85164) at the TCM Movie Database • No Time for Love (http://www. com/ movie/ 74879/ No-Time-for-Love/ details).

The movie was based on a book written by nurse Juanita Hipps[1] a World War II nurse – one of the "Angels of Bataan" – who served in Bataan and Corregidor during the time when McArthur withdrew to Australia which ultimately led to the surrender of US and Philippine troops to Japan. Those prisoners of war were subjected to the infamous Bataan Death March. The film follows a group of military nurses sent to the Philippines during the early days of World War II. It was produced and released by Paramount Pictures. and starring Claudette Colbert.So Proudly We Hail! 125 So Proudly We Hail! So Proudly We Hail! theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Written by Starring Mark Sandrich Mark Sandrich Allan Scott Claudette Colbert Paulette Goddard Veronica Lake Edward Heyman Miklós Rózsa Music by Cinematography Charles Lang Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Ellsworth Hoagland Paramount Pictures June 22. Paulette Goddard – who was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her performance – and Veronica Lake. 1943 (premiere) September 9 (NYC) 126 minutes United States English Running time Country Language So Proudly We Hail! is a 1943 film directed by Mark Sandrich. . The movie was based on Lieutenant Colonel Hipps' memoir I Served On Bataan.

Although the love-story plot line is the primary thrust of the film. however she lost out to Katina Paxinou for For Whom the Bell Tolls. During World War II female army nurses emulated her famous peekaboo hairstyle. and Corregidor were familiar to every American. net/ jrhipps. including a shocking "self-sacrifice" by a female character to save her fellow nurses.jsp?stid=90654) at the TCM Movie Database • So Proudly We Hail! (http://www.So Proudly We Hail! 126 Plot The story covers many day to day events. The sequence where the nurses and injured soldiers are stranded in Malinta Tunnel pinned down by aircraft fire. "Ma" McGregor Ted Hecht as Dr. Olivia D'Arcy Miscellany • Veronica Lake was at the peak of her career and popularity at the time of this film's release. External links • So Proudly We Hail! (http://www. Sadie Schwartz Kitty Kelly as Lt. Moviegoers of the time found great timeliness in the movie. Tony Dacolli Paulette Goddard as Lt. • It was predicted that Veronica Lake would be nominated for an Oscar as well. since MacArthur and the battles for Bataan. htm). however that did not happen. the difficulties and emotional toll of war are strongly shown.imdb. is one of the more claustrophobic scenes in wartime cinema. Elsie Bollenbacher Lorna Gray as Lt. arlingtoncemetery. Ethel Armstrong Helen Lynd as Lt. The flashback narration gives a sense of historical import and resonance. Rosemary Larson Walter Abel as Chaplain Sonny Tufts as Kansas Mary Servoss as Capt.com/title/title. with the longest term and most interesting romance the one between the characters played by Colbert and Reeves. Joan O'Doul Veronica Lake as Lt. something that caused a bit of a problem and Lake herself chose to change the style to a more practical one for this film. Harrison Dr. Hugh Ho Chang as Ling Chee Mary Treen as Lt. Janet "Davy" Davidson • • • • • • • • • • • • • George Reeves as Lt. Each of the nurses has a past or present love story with a soldier. • Paulette Goddard received an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress for her performance.Lieutenant Colonel. and contrasts the brutality of war against the sometimes futile efforts of the nurses to provide medical aid and comfort.com/work/110784) at Allmovie . Notes [1] Juanita Redmond Hipps .allmovie. John Summers Cora Witherspoon as Mrs Burns-Norvell Barbara Britton as Lt. Cast Claudette Colbert as Lt. Jose Bardia John Litel as Dr.com/title/tt0036367/) at the Internet Movie Database • So Proudly We Hail! (http://tcmdb. United States Army (http:/ / www. There are several striking moments in the movie.

Since You Went Away 127 Since You Went Away Since You Went Away Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Screenplay by Based on John Cromwell David O. 1944 172 minutes United States English Studio Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Since You Went Away is a 1944 film distributed by United Artists. Selznick Since You Went Away: Letters to a Soldier from His Wife by Margaret Buell Wilder Claudette Colbert Jennifer Jones Shirley Temple Joseph Cotten Max Steiner Starring Music by Cinematography Stanley Cortez Lee Garmes George Barnes (uncredited) Robert Bruce (uncredited) Editing by John Faure (uncredited) Arthur Fellows (uncredited) Marsh Hendry (uncredited) Selznick International Pictures United Artists July 20. a big-budget epic about the American home front during World War II. . George Barnes (uncredited) and Robert Bruce (uncredited). The music score was by Max Steiner and the cinematography by Stanley Cortez. Selznick from the novel Since You Went Away: Letters to a Soldier from His Wife by Margaret Buell Wilder. It was directed by John Cromwell and adapted and produced by David O. Lee Garmes. Selznick David O.

It is so well-known that it was parodied in the 1981 film Airplane! Jones and Walker played young sweethearts in "Since You Went Away. Best Actress in a Leading Role (Claudette Colbert). Best Actress in a Supporting Role (Jennifer Jones). Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Monty Woolley). 'Bill' Smollett II Hattie McDaniel as Fidelia Agnes Moorehead as Mrs. Gangelin). the film itself was made in late 1943 and early 1944.[1] . Smollett Lionel Barrymore as Clergyman Robert Walker as Corporal William G. Best Art Direction-Interior Decoration. Emily Hawkins Alla Nazimova as Zofia Koslowska (as Nazimova) Albert Bassermann as Dr. Best Film Editing. The melody of the song "I'll Be Home for Christmas. and Jones later married the film's producer. Black-and-White (Lee Garmes). They divorced not long after the movie was completed. Smith Craig Stevens as Danny Williams Cultural influence The farewell scene between Jones and Walker at the railway station is often cited as a fine example of a Hollywood tearjerker scene." but in real life they were married at the time and going through a bitter breakup. The main characters are a housewife whose husband is away in the service and her two daughters who are just growing into womanhood. is a recurring theme in the picture." a new hit at the time of the movie's release. Special Effects. Best Cinematography. Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Claudette Colbert as Mrs.Since You Went Away 128 Storyline The movie is set in a mid-sized American town. where people with loved ones in the military try to cope with their changed circumstances and make their own contributions to the war effort. and Best Effects. It reflects the family's hopes for the safe return of the man of the house. Black-and-White (Mark-Lee Kirk. Victor A. The story runs from early January to late December 1943. Selznick. "Since You Went Away" is more somber and realistic about the carnage of war and the pain of separation than some other homefront movies made during World War II. Scoring of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture (Max Steiner) and was nominated for Best Picture. David O. Sigmund Gottlieb Golden Gordon Oliver as Marine Officer Seeking Room Keenan Wynn as Lieutenant Solomon Guy Madison as Sailor Harold E. Awards and nominations It won the Academy Award for Best Music. Anne Hilton Jennifer Jones as Jane Deborah Hilton Joseph Cotten as Lieutenant Commander Tony Willett Shirley Temple as Bridget 'Brig' Hilton Monty Woolley as Colonel William G. Though sentimental.

NY Times. . Retrieved 2008-12-19.jsp?stid=90225) at the TCM Movie Database • Since You Went Away (http://www.allmovie. nytimes. External links • Since You Went Away (http://tcmdb.Since You Went Away 129 References [1] "NY Times: Since You Went Away" (http:/ / movies.imdb.com/work/44824) at Allmovie .com/title/tt0037280/) at the Internet Movie Database • Since You Went Away (http://www. com/ movie/ 44824/ Since-You-Went-Away/ awards).com/title/title.

however. directed by Mitchell Leisen. However. but in fact he meant his dog. . Dan returns home and in order to save embarrassment for both the girl and himself. while a girl who worked in his office. Daniel Bellamy. leading to resolution of the misunderstanding. he tries to keep up the pretense. is thought to be the object of his secret love. written by Norman Krasna. A series of comical mishaps ensue. is presumed dead after crashbombing an enemy aircraft carrier.Practically Yours 130 Practically Yours Practically Yours Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Written by Starring Music by Mitchell Leisen Mitchell Leisen Harry Tugend (associate producer) Norman Krasna Claudette Colbert Fred MacMurray Sam Coslow Victor Young Cinematography Charles Lang Editing by Studio Release date(s) Running time Country Language Doane Harrison Paramount Pictures December 20. Peggy. 1944 90 minutes United States English Practically Yours is a 1944 comedic film made by Paramount Pictures. and starring Claudette Colbert and Fred MacMurray. Dan reveals that he was not speaking of a girl. A typographical error in transcribing his words becomes a tribute to heroism. Plot When a young pilot. is long coming. The resolution. the footage of the crash and his presumably final reminisence of walking in the park with 'Piggy' and kissing her on the nose is sent back home.

Meglin Mikhail Rasumny as LaCrosse External links • Practically Yours [1] at the Internet Movie Database • Practically Yours [2] at Allmovie • Practically Yours [3] at the TCM Movie Database References [1] http:/ / www. com/ work/ 106486 [3] http:/ / tcmdb. Beagell Cecil Kellaway as Marvin P. imdb. allmovie. jsp?stid=87020 . Meglin Robert Benchley as Judge Robert Simpson Tom Powers as Commander Harry Harpe Jane Frazee as Musical comedy star Rosemary DeCamp as Ellen Macy Isabel Randolph as Mrs.Practically Yours 131 Cast • • • • • • • • • • Claudette Colbert as Peggy Martin Fred MacMurray as Daniel Bellamy Gil Lamb as Albert W. com/ title/ tt0037190/ [2] http:/ / www. com/ title/ title.

Don Ameche and Dick Foran.Guest Wife 132 Guest Wife Guest Wife Directed by Produced by Written by Starring Sam Wood Jack H. written by Bruce Manning and John Klorer. Scoring of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture (Daniele Amfitheatrof). The film was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Music. and starring Claudette Colbert. Valentine Editing by Studio Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language William Morgan Greentree Productions United Artists 27 July 1945 90 minutes United States English Guest Wife is a 1945 American comedy film directed by Sam Wood. . Skirball John D. Klorer Bruce Manning Claudette Colbert Don Ameche Dick Foran Daniele Amfitheatrof Music by Cinematography Joseph A.

allmovie. com/ m/ guest_wife/ . But he is still single. com/ title/ title. jsp?stid=77047 http:/ / www. Fellow Chris lent his wife (Mary) to Joe temporarily. rottentomatoes. com/ work/ 21046 http:/ / www.Guest Wife 133 Plot It tells the story of a journalist (Joe) who claims that he needs vacation with his wife. Mary and Joe share a bedroom due to the camouflage. Cast • • • • • • • • • • Claudette Colbert as Mary Price Don Ameche as Joseph Jefferson Parker Dick Foran as Christopher Price Charles Dingle as Arthur Truesdale Worth Grant Mitchell as House Detective Marlo Dwyer as Susy (as Wilma Francis) Chester Clute as Urban Nichols Irving Bacon as Nosey Stationmaster Hal K. Dawson as Dennis Edward Fielding as Arnold External links • • • • Guest Wife [1] at the TCM Movie Database Guest Wife [2] at the Internet Movie Database Guest Wife [3] at Allmovie Guest Wife [4] at Rotten Tomatoes References [1] [2] [3] [4] http:/ / tcmdb. com/ title/ tt0037756/ http:/ / www. imdb.

she marries another man (George Brent). Nims RKO Pictures Independent Releasing Organization (1953. making him almost unrecognizable. The music score is by Max Steiner. is still alive. . directed by Irving Pichel. Valentine Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Ernest J. a married couple separated when John goes off to fight in World War I. Plot The movie tells the story of Elizabeth (Colbert) and John (Welles). He has also adopted a daughter (Wood). Orson Welles and George Brent. It also features the eight-year-old Natalie Wood in her first credited role. When Elizabeth receives notice of John's death. John. 1946 105 minutes United States English Tomorrow Is Forever is a 1946 black-and-white film distributed by RKO Radio Pictures. and later returns. re-release) February 20. however. Coffee Claudette Colbert Orson Welles George Brent Lucile Watson Richard Long Natalie Wood Max Steiner Music by Cinematography Joseph A. he is faced with the dilemma of whether or not to reveal his true identity.Tomorrow Is Forever 134 Tomorrow Is Forever Tomorrow Is Forever Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Written by Starring Irving Pichel David Lewis Gwen Bristow (story) Lenore J. When he finds out that he has a son with Elizabeth. but after being disfigured in the war he has undergone plastic surgery. starring Claudette Colbert.

com/ title/ title. com/ work/ 50351 http:/ / www. Jenkins Lisa Young as Madame Feelgood External links • • • • Tomorrow is Forever [1] at the TCM Movie Database Tomorrow Is Forever [2] at the Internet Movie Database Tomorrow Is Forever [3] at Allmovie Tomorrow is Forever [4] at Rotten Tomatoes References [1] [2] [3] [4] http:/ / tcmdb. allmovie. jsp?stid=93553 http:/ / www. Ludwig Sonny Howe as Brian Hamilton Michael Ward as The Drew infant Ian Wolfe as Norton Joyce Mackenzie as Cherry Davis Tom Wirick as Pudge Davis Lane Watson as Hamilton's secretary Henry Hastings as Daniel John Bowes as Dr. com/ title/ tt0039041/ http:/ / www. rottentomatoes. com/ m/ tomorrow_is_forever/ . imdb.Tomorrow Is Forever 135 Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Claudette Colbert as Elizabeth Hamilton Orson Welles as John Andrew MacDonald/Erik Kessler George Brent as Lawrence Hamilton Lucile Watson as Aunt Jessica Hamilton Richard Long as Drew Hamilton Natalie Wood as Margaret Ludwig John Wengraf as Dr.

1946 107 minutes United States English $1.000 (estimated) $3. The opening shot shows "Arrowhead" Pictures motion picture studio.Without Reservations 136 Without Reservations Without Reservations Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Written by Mervyn LeRoy Jesse L. It remains a historic structure on the corner to this day. . God! I'll Take It From Here by Jane Allen and Mae Livingston. Krasner Editing by Studio Release date(s) Running time Country Language Budget Gross revenue Jack Ruggiero RKO Radio Pictures May 13.683. This is the actual RKO Radio Pictures building at 780 Gower Street in Hollywood. retouched with "Arrowhead" replacing the RKO signs on the building. directed by Mervyn LeRoy. The film was adapted by Andrew Solt from the novel Thanks. and released by RKO Radio Pictures.000 (USA) [1] [1] Without Reservations (1946) is a comedy film starring Claudette Colbert and John Wayne. Lasky Walter MacEwen Andrew Solt Novel: Jane Allen Mae Livingston Claudette Colbert John Wayne Don DeFore Roy Webb Starring Music by Cinematography Milton R.000.

A. Nonetheless.imdb. she finds a Marine (John Wayne). 'Rusty' Thomas Don DeFore as 1st Lt. Retrieved 2009-06-11. 'Dink' Watson Anne Triola as Consuela 'Connie' Callaghan Phil Brown as Soldier Frank Puglia as Ortega Thurston Hall as Henry Baldwin Dona Drake as Dolores Ortega Fernando Alvarado as Mexican boy Charles Arnt as Salesman Louella Parsons as Herself Frank Wilcox as Jack Jack Benny and Cary Grant make uncredited cameo appearances. References [1] "Box office / business for Without Reservations" (http:/ / www. .com/work/54990) at Allmovie • Without Reservations (http://tcmdb. he thinks that she has been using him just so he would be in the motion picture. Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • Claudette Colbert as Christopher 'Kit' Madden John Wayne as Capt. During their traveling across the country on trains. the couple finally resolve their differences. as does director Mervyn LeRoy. External links • Without Reservations (http://www.com/title/title.allmovie.jsp?stid=96061) at the TCM Movie Database .com/title/tt039110/) at the Internet Movie Database • Without Reservations (http://www. imdb. to work on the film adaptation of her book. On the way.com. who she considers as the best choice for the film character. com/ title/ tt0039110/ business).Without Reservations 137 Plot It tells the story of a female author (Claudette Colbert) who goes to L. they encounter various comedic and dramatic situations. imdb. When he finds out she is a famous writer.

Leonard. Walter Pidgeon and June Allyson. it is reported that Larry had embezzled money . and moves to his farm in Rhode Island. she meets Chris Matthews. and while returning to America on an ocean liner. Despite her loving feelings for Chris. she marries Larry. and starring Claudette Colbert. This frustrated ambition has ruined his life. and on his death. and over the next two years Lee tries to confront his alcoholism. a close friend of Larry's. a spendthrift widower with two children. Plot Lee is engaged to marry Larry Adams. Lee had been living in England with her guardian aunt. to please his father.The Secret Heart 138 The Secret Heart The Secret Heart Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Written by Robert Z. He had committed suicide after two years of marriage. Larry's talent is playing the piano. who didn't approve of the match since Larry was an alcoholic. son Chase and daughter Penny. which he teaches Penny. his body found at the bottom of a cliff. but he gave up this ambition to work in a bank. while trying to win Penny's confidence. Knopf Anne Morrison Chapin Whitfield Cook Story: Rose Franken William Brown Meloney Claudette Colbert Walter Pidgeon June Allyson Bronislau Kaper Starring Music by Cinematography George J. Larry dies. While Lee is out for the night with Chris. 1946 97 minutes United States English The Secret Heart is a 1946 film directed by Robert Z. Leonard Edwin H. Folsey Editing by Studio Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Adrienne Fazan Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer December 25.

and withholds the truth from Penny. Although Brandon is interested in Penny. The healing process begins and when Lee tells Penny the complete story of her father's life. jsp?stid=89422 [2] http:/ / www. com/ title/ title. having adopted Chris as her father. Once at the farm. since that is where the death occurred. allmovie. and is unable to embrace Lee. Chase returns from the navy after three years and seeks a job with Chris. Penny makes a hero out of Larry. Stover Richard Derr as Larry Addams Patricia Medina as Kay Burns Eily Malyon as Miss Hunter Ann Lace as Penny as a Child Dwayne Hickman as Chase (as a Child) External links • The Secret Heart [1] at the TCM Movie Database • The Secret Heart [2] at the Internet Movie Database • The Secret Heart [3] at Allmovie References [1] http:/ / tcmdb. imdb. and he believes that confronting the past will help cure Penny. Rossiger Robert Sterling as Chase N. and resumes her romance with Brandon 139 Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • Claudette Colbert as Leola 'Lee' Addams Walter Pidgeon as Chris Matthews June Allyson as Penny Addams Lionel Barrymore as Dr. as Larry had done. and the story up to this point is recalled in flashback. she loves Chris. com/ work/ 109275 . is the patient of psychiatrist Dr. and is devastated when she finds him in Lee's arms. Penny is finally able to embrace Lee. who she believes died of a heart attack. Ten years later. They all move to the farm. who is now left to look after them alone. wanting to shield her from the stigma of scandal. Lee goes to see him. and becomes despondent. At the end Penny graduates. but Lee intervenes in time to prevent it. has dropped out of school and plays the piano incessantly for her father's memory when nobody else is around. Addams Marshall Thompson as Brandon Reynolds Elizabeth Patterson as Mrs. where Chris reenters Lee's life after a ten-year absence. Penny. Penny becomes disenchanted with her father's memory when Chase tells her the truth. and Lee realizes that it was Chris she loved all along and let get away. to New York where she takes a job to pay off Larry's debts. Lee sends Chris away and moves the family away from the farm. Penny then tries to kill herself by jumping off a cliff. who now owns a shipyard. He introduces Penny to his navy friend Brandon Reynolds. concerned about Penny's behaviour. feeling that Chris is the only person she can confide in. com/ title/ tt0038916/ [3] http:/ / www. Rossiger. The doctor advises that they move back to the farm for the summer. together with Chase's friend Kay Burns.The Secret Heart from his clients. who behaves strangely.

1947 Claudette Colbert and Fred MacMurray starred in radio version of this film that was broadcast on the Lux Radio Theatre. Krasner Editing by Studio Distributed by Release date(s) Russell F. based on the novel by Betty MacDonald. Finklehoffe Claudette Colbert Fred MacMurray Marjorie Main Frank Skinner Written by Starring Music by Cinematography Milton R. it spawned the Ma and Pa Kettle film series. . who co-wrote screenplay with Fred F. This comedy was such a hit with audiences. Finklehoffe. 1954 (re-release) 108 minutes United States English Running time Country Language The Egg and I is a 1947 film directed by Chester Erskine. It was nominated the Academy Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role (Marjorie Main). Schoengarth Universal International Pictures Universal Pictures March 21.The Egg and I (film) 140 The Egg and I (film) The Egg and I Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Chester Erskine Chester Erskine Fred F. 1947 (Los Angeles. On May 5. Finklehoffe Leonard Goldstein (associate producer) Betty MacDonald (novel) Chester Erskine Fred F. premiere) April 24(New York City) May 1947 (USA) July 3.

the Hesketts were on the chicken ranch from 1927 to 1931. The movie takes place in the (then) present day . When a rich single woman with a new house and new farm equipment flirts with Bob. As noted above.The Egg and I (film) 141 Plot It tells the story of young married couple who become chicken farmers. For the movie.1947. MacDonald's husband was simply referred to as "Bob". Deviations from the book While the book is anectodal. liberties were taken with the stories that MacDonald wrote about. studio executives decided that the character would be named "Bob MacDonald" to avoid the specter of Betty MacDonald's divorce. and tie better into the public's perception of the author. and Bob's dream is to be a successful chicken farmer. Betty has been raised to follow her husband's dreams with him. During her years on the chicken ranch. Hicks' Mother Dorothy Vaughan as Maid Banjo the Dog as Sport Followed by • • • • • • • • • Ma and Pa Kettle (1949) Ma and Pa Kettle Go to Town (1950) Ma and Pa Kettle Back on the Farm (1951) Ma and Pa Kettle at the Fair (1952) Ma and Pa Kettle on Vacation (1953) Ma and Pa Kettle at Home (1954) Ma and Pa Kettle at Waikiki (1955) The Kettles in the Ozarks (1956) The Kettles on Old MacDonald's Farm (1957) . Henty Samuel S. Hinds as Sheriff Esther Dale as Birdie Hicks Elisabeth Risdon as Betty's Mother John Berkes as Geoduck Victor Potel as Crowbar Fuzzy Knight as Cab Driver Isabel O'Madigan as Mrs. Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Claudette Colbert as Betty MacDonald Fred MacMurray as Bob MacDonald Marjorie Main as Ma Kettle Louise Allbritton as Harriet Putnam Percy Kilbride as Pa Kettle Richard Long as Tom Kettle Billy House as Billy Reed Ida Moore as Emily (the old lady) Donald MacBride as Mr. In the book. The problem is their home is old and needs to be repaired and the baby chicks need constant care. Betty questions their decision to move to the farm in the first place. MacDonald was married to Robert Heskett. whom she divorced in 1931.

.... jsp?stid=73925 http:/ / www. allmovie.. Carmen Dirigo Makeup Artist .. Sam Perry (uncredited) External links • • • • The Egg And I [1] at the TCM Movie Database The Egg and I [2] at the Internet Movie Database The Egg and I [3] at Allmovie The Egg and I [4] at Rotten Tomatoes References [1] [2] [3] [4] http:/ / tcmdb.. Pierce Assistant Director .. Jack P..... rottentomatoes.. imdb. com/ title/ title. com/ title/ tt0039349/ http:/ / www. com/ m/ egg_and_i/ . Oliver Emert / Russell A..... Bernard Herzbrun Set Decoration .... Frank Shaw Second Unit Director .... Gausman Hair Stylist . com/ work/ 15377 http:/ / www.. Glenn E. David Tamkin Composer: Stock Music . Anderson Sound .... Jack Hively (uncredited) Sound Technician ...The Egg and I (film) 142 Production crew • • • • • • • • • • Production Design .. Charles Felstead Orchestrator .

Robert Cummings and Don Ameche. Clair McKelway Leo Rosten (novel & screenplay) Decla Dunning (uncredited) Cy Endfield (uncredited) Claudette Colbert Robert Cummings Don Ameche Rudy Schrager Written by Starring Music by Cinematography Joseph A. My Love 143 Sleep. 1948 97 minutes United States English Sleep. My Love Sleep.Sleep. My Love Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Douglas Sirk Ralph Cohn Mary Pickford Charles Rogers Harold Greene (associate producer) St. My Love (1948) is a feature film directed by Douglas Sirk. Valentine Editing by Studio Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Lynn Harrison Triangle Production United Artists February 18. and starring Claudette Colbert. .

My Love 144 Plot Alison Courtland. Richard. Verney then shoots Richard and is later killed by falling through a skylight after being chased by Elcott. My Love [2] at the Internet Movie Database • Sleep. jsp?stid=90466 [2] http:/ / www. fellow passenger Bruce Elcott falls in love with the married but unhappy Alison. com/ title/ title. Richard. Elcott arrives just in time to find Alison. com/ title/ tt0040798/ [3] http:/ / www. Vernay finds out he has been betrayed. meanwhile. Grace Vernay Ralph Morgan as Dr. Strake Marya Marco as Jeannie Lin (as Maria San Marco) Lillian Bronson as Helen. the Maid Hazel Brooks as Daphne External links • Sleep. Her husband makes Alison begin seeing Dr.Sleep. attempts to drug Alison and make her kill the doctor herself. On a flight home. imdb. allmovie. a photographer hired by Richard Courtland. The scheme is to drive Alison to suicide and inherit her money. When she phones her husband. Rhinehart. about to leap from a balcony to her death. Rhinehart Keye Luke as Jimmie Lin Fred Nurney as Haskins Raymond Burr as Detective Sgt. Elcott discovers that Vernay is the man who pretended to be the doctor. the police listen in and learn from Richard that his wife has threatened him with a gun. com/ work/ 110582 . It appears Elcott and Alison live happily ever after. My Love [3] at Allmovie References [1] http:/ / tcmdb. who is having an affair with another woman and hopes to get rid of Alison for good. apparently under hypnosis. hasn't a clue how she ended up on a train bound for Boston. My Love [1] at the TCM Movie Database • Sleep. Courtland Rita Johnson as Barby George Coulouris as Charles Vernay Queenie Smith as Mrs. He is actually Charles Vernay. a psychiatrist. Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • • Claudette Colbert as Alison Courtland Robert Cummings as Bruce Elcott Don Ameche as Richard W. a wealthy New Yorker. But it turns out that Rhinehart is a fake.

Abner (Peter Miles) and Zoe (Gigi Perreau). Also. and written by Dane Lussier. When Katie's sister Jo (Lillian Bronson) has an accident and cannot take care of the children. she shows up and tries to sabotage their marriage. Wayne Griffin Homer Croy (novel) Dane Lussier Claudette Colbert Fred MacMurray Rita Johnson Frank Skinner Music by Cinematography William H. 1949 90 minutes United States English Family Honeymoon is a 1949 domestic comedy film made by Universal International Pictures. . directed by Claude Binyon. based on novel by Homer Croy. Charlie (Jimmy Hunt). It was shot in Grand Canyon National Park. who has three unruly children. Grant's former fiancée. Daniels Editing by Studio Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Milton Carruth Universal International Pictures Universal Pictures (theatrical) February 24. the newlyweds have no choice but to take them along on their honeymoon. Arizona.Family Honeymoon 145 Family Honeymoon Family Honeymoon Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Written by Starring Claude Binyon John Beck Z. Plot Grant Jordan (Fred MacMurray) marries young widow Katie Armstrong (Claudette Colbert). Mina Fenster (Rita Johnson) is not ready to give up.

imdb. Webb Chick Chandler as Taxi driver Frank Jenks as Gas station attendant Wally Brown as Tom Roscoe External links • Family Honeymoon [1] at the TCM Movie Database • Family Honeymoon [2] at the Internet Movie Database • Family Honeymoon [3] at Allmovie References [1] http:/ / tcmdb. allmovie. jsp?stid=74518 [2] http:/ / www. Abercrombie Paul Harvey as Chancellor Fenster Irving Bacon as Mr. com/ work/ 90971 . com/ title/ tt0040342/ [3] http:/ / www.Family Honeymoon 146 Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Claudette Colbert as Katie Armstrong Jordan Fred MacMurray as Grant Jordan Rita Johnson as Minna Fenster Gigi Perreau as Zoe Jimmy Hunt as Charlie Peter Miles as Abner. Lillian Bronson as Aunt Jo Hattie McDaniel as Phyllis Chill Wills as Fred Catherine Doucet as Mrs. com/ title/ title. Peter is Gigi Perreau's older brother.

Trite comedy. and woo to the lady. Martin tries to tie her for the duty so enlists help of Steve Adams to imitate an eligible man. Valentine Frederic Knudtson Crest Productions RKO Radio Pictures November 12. Plot Nora Shelley is a tax expert for the accounting company which is led by Paul Martin. Cast • • • • • Claudette Colbert as Nora Shelley Robert Young as Steve Adams George Brent as Paul Martin Max Baer as Litka Gus Schilling as Timothy . The music score is by Frederick Hollander. 1949 87 minutes United States English Starring Music by Cinematography Editing by Studio Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Bride for Sale is a 1949 film distributed by RKO Radio Pictures. Russell. directed by William D. Robert Young and George Brent.Bride for Sale 147 Bride for Sale Bride for Sale Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Written by William D. Skirball Bruce Manning Islin Auster Story: Joseph Fields Frederick Kohner Claudette Colbert Robert Young George Brent Frederick Hollander Joseph A. She may find suitable husband with several bankroll by making a preliminary inspection of profit. Russell Jack H. and starring Claudette Colbert.

jsp?stid=69660 [2] http:/ / www.Bride for Sale • • • • • Charles Arnt as Dobbs Mary Bear as Miss Stone Ann Tyrrell as Miss Swanson Paul Maxey as Gentry Burk Symon as Setley 148 External links • Bride for Sale [1] at the TCM Movie Database • Bride for Sale [2] at the Internet Movie Database • Bride for Sale [3] at Allmovie References [1] http:/ / tcmdb. imdb. com/ work/ 85953 . com/ title/ title. com/ title/ tt0041208/ [3] http:/ / www. allmovie.

Three Came Home 149 Three Came Home Three Came Home Original poster Directed by Produced by Written by Starring Jean Negulesco Nunnally Johnson Nunnally Johnson (Agnes Newton Keith. The New York Times reviewer said. the film starred Claudette Colbert in the lead role." The film is now in the public domain and so is available to watch in its entirety online at no charge. Sarawak. But it will fill you fully with a great respect for a heroic soul. based on the memoirs of the same name by writer Agnes Newton Keith. separated from her husband Harry. A second unit filmed locations in Borneo for four weeks. Krasner Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Dorothy Spencer Twentieth Century-Fox 20 February 1950 106 min. Keith was initially interned at Berhala Island near Sandakan. Adapted and produced by Nunnally Johnson. "It will shock you. and with a young son to care for. disturb you. autobiography) Claudette Colbert Patric Knowles Florence Desmond Sessue Hayakawa Hugo Friedhofer Music by Cinematography William H. but spent most of her captivity at Batu Lintang camp at Kuching. Daniels Milton R. It depicts Keith's life in North Borneo in the period immediately before the Japanese invasion in 1942. United States English Three Came Home (1950) is a wartime film made by Twentieth Century-Fox. directed by Jean Negulesco. tear your heart out. and her subsequent internment and suffering.[6] [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] .

1977. html http:/ / www.. panamvideo.archive...000 English Language Films.allmovie. Sister Rose Howard Chuman . and is shown to be kind to the children even when his own family has died in Hiroshima. Leslie Halliwell described the film as "[w]ell-made.imdb. 1995.com/review/VE1117795679?categoryid=31&cs=1&s=h&p=0) (extract from Variety's contemporary review of the film) • Time (http://www.org/details/ThreeCameHomeClaudetteColbertHankrip) available for free download at the Internet Archive [more] • Three Came Home (http://www.. com/ pages/ titles/ blacktype/ pd_featurefilms/ pd_films_t. Henrietta Mark Keuning .html) Contemporary review of the book . a rarely-granted high rating. they are interned and then taken to separate prison camps. Lieutenant Nekata Critical reception In August 1976... 11th ed. profilms.797955-1. htm http:/ / www. desertislandfilms. Agnes Newton Keith Patric Knowles . Halliwell's Film Guide to 8.. com/ tcmdb/ title. buyoutfootage. Betty Sommers Sessue Hayakawa . Cast • • • • • • • • Claudette Colbert . html http:/ / www. External links • Three Came Home (http://www.00. After the Japanese invasion.. Amid the brutality of the internment camp. archive. html http:/ / www.Three Came Home 150 Plot outline American-born Agnes Keith (Colbert) and her British husband (Patric Knowles) live a cushioned colonial life in North Borneo with their young son in 1942. MacGibbon.com/time/magazine/article/0.. Granada.[7] References [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] http:/ / www.. com/ titles. the other for women and children.. one for men.. Colonel Suga Sylvia Andrew .. George Keith Phyllis Morris .com/work/49650) at Allmovie • Variety review (http://www. 1979.com/title/tt0043041/) at the Internet Movie Database • Three Came Home (http://www.. org/ details/ ThreeCameHomeClaudetteColbertHankrip http:/ / www...variety.time. com/ publicdomain/ index. Hart-Davis. com/ pg2. • Halliwell's Film Guide. tcm.9171. Harry Keith Florence Desmond . harrowing". the camp commander Lieutenant-Colonel Suga (Sessue Hayakawa) is respectful to Mrs Keith because he is familiar with her work. jsp?stid=93059& category=Notes Leslie Halliwell. assigning it ** (2 stars out of 4).

She breaks down after a lengthy trial. 1950 86 min. Skirball Bruce Manning (uncredited) Lionel Houser Jack Leonard (story) James O'Hanlon (story) Claudette Colbert Robert Ryan Jane Cowl Roy Webb Starring Music by Cinematography Leo Tover Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Harry Marker RKO Radio Pictures (theatrical) February 21. Meanwhile her fiance David. Plot A wealthy classical pianist. Even he recognizes her as the woman he married. directed by Mel Ferrer. is accused of already being married when she attempts to take her wedding vows. still believing her innocence. the wedding guests are shocked.The Secret Fury 151 The Secret Fury The Secret Fury 1950 movie poster Directed by Produced by Written by Mel Ferrer Jack H. They temporarily call off the wedding and the couple tries to investigate why someone would accuse her of already being married. With the help of a lawyer and the district attorney. begins to find clues that may help free her. Ellen. In a back room a gun shot fires and Ellen is accused of killing the man. the couple tracks down and questions the justice of the peace that signed her wedding papers. the couple next visits the man to whom Ellen is accused of being married. . is eventually found not guilty due to insanity. United States English The Secret Fury is a 1950 American black-and-white drama film distributed by RKO Radio Pictures. Frustrated. and is sent to a mental institution.

com/ title/ title. External links • The Secret Fury [1] at the TCM Movie Database • The Secret Fury [2] at the Internet Movie Database • The Secret Fury [3] at Allmovie References [1] http:/ / tcmdb. the hotel maid Actor José Ferrer also appears in the film in a small uncredited role. jsp?stid=89417 [2] http:/ / www. imdb. com/ work/ 109271 . allmovie.The Secret Fury 152 Cast • • • • • • Claudette Colbert as Ellen R. Ewing Robert Ryan as David McLean Jane Cowl as Aunt Clara Ewing Paul Kelly as District Attorney Eric Lowell Philip Ober as Gregory Kent Vivian Vance as Leah. com/ title/ tt0042935/ [3] http:/ / www.

Daniels Editing by Studio Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Ted J. The film stars Claudette Colbert and Ann Blyth with Robert Douglas. The music score was by Hans J. Michael Pate. based on the play Bonaventure by Charlotte Hastings.Thunder on the Hill 153 Thunder on the Hill Thunder on the Hill Directed by Produced by Written by Douglas Sirk Michael Kraike Oscar Saul Andrew Solt Charlotte Hastings (play) Claudette Colbert Ann Blyth Robert Douglas Gladys Cooper Michael Pate Hans J. . Kent Universal International Pictures Universal Pictures 17 October 1951 84 min USA English Thunder on the Hill is a 1951 mystery drama film made by Universal International Pictures. It was directed by Douglas Sirk and produced by Michael Kraike. Daniels. Salter Starring Music by Cinematography William H. Gladys Cooper. John Abbott and Norma Varden. from a screenplay by Oscar Saul and Andrew Solt. Salter and the cinematography by William H.

believing the rain that delivered Valerie to her to be divine intervention. She is being taken to prison. Smithson . Jeffreys. who is arrested by Melling. where he attacks her. Dr. England. She burns the letter. here to the convent to see her. which she confides to her Mother Superior. Smithson Patrick O'Moore as Mr. but Jeffreys insists that she gave Jason a fatal overdose of his medicine. She rings the bell. rushes to her aid and overpowers Jeffreys. Valerie was convicted of poisoning her brother Jason. a pianist. He gives her a sedative. Sidney hears it. The nun still intends to tell Melling the police sergeant what she knows.Thunder on the Hill 154 Plot Sister Mary Bonaventure is in charge of the hospital ward of a convent in Norfolk County. She is troubled by her own sister's suicide. Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Claudette Colbert as Sister Mary Ann Blyth as Valerie Carns Robert Douglas as Dr. causing Sergeant Melling of the police to bring condemned murderer Valerie Carns there. clearly written by Isabel. Valerie still proclaims her innocence. is head of the hospital where Sister Mary now works. the doctor's wife. A torrential rain closes nearby roads. Dr. Valerie appeals to Sister Mary to bring her fiance. Sister Mary's faith is restored. Jeffreys is the one who gave Jason the fatal dose. Jeffreys Anne Crawford as Isabel Jeffreys Philip Friend as Sidney Kingham Gladys Cooper as Mother Superior Michael Pate as Willie John Abbott as Abel Harmer Connie Gilchrist as Sister Josephine Gavin Muir as Melling Phyllis Stanley as Nurse Phillips Norma Varden as Pierce Valerie Cardew as Nurse Colby Queenie Leonard as Mrs. and he might be slowly poisoning Isabel as well. Jason's physician. A photograph of Jason clearly disturbs Isabel Jeffreys. He lures Sister Mary to a bell tower. A servant tells Sister Mary about the sadistic behavior of Jason Carns and produces a love letter to him. Mother Superior is upset by Sister Mary's meddling. Sidney Kingham.

Thunder on the Hill 155 External links • • • • Thunder on the Hill [1] at the TCM Movie Database Thunder on the Hill [2] at the Internet Movie Database Thunder on the Hill [3] at Allmovie Thunder on the Hill [4] at Rotten Tomatoes References [1] [2] [3] [4] http:/ / tcmdb. jsp?stid=93239 http:/ / www. com/ work/ 113713 http:/ / www. com/ title/ title. com/ m/ thunder_on_the_hill/ . com/ title/ tt0044128/ http:/ / www. allmovie. rottentomatoes. imdb.

Miriam". USA English Let's Make It Legal is a 1951 comedy film made by Twentieth Century-Fox. The music was by Cyril J.L. Diamond and F. Zachary Scott.L.A. Hugh Herbert Mortimer Braus (story) Claudette Colbert MacDonald Carey Zachary Scott Barbara Bates Cyril J. Barbara Bates and Marilyn Monroe. The film stars Claudette Colbert. Hugh Herbert. Diamond William Inge F.Let's Make It Legal 156 Let's Make It Legal Let's Make It Legal Original film poster Directed by Produced by Written by Richard Sale Robert Bassler I. Mockridge and the cinematography by Lucien Ballard.A. directed by Richard Sale and produced by Robert Bassler from a screenplay by I. Mockridge Lionel Newman Starring Music by Cinematography Lucien Ballard Editing by Studio Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Robert Fritch Twentieth Century Fox Twentieth Century Fox November 6. MacDonald Carey. based on a story by Mortimer Braus entitled "My Mother-in-Law. 1951 77 min. .

com/ title/ tt0043736/ [2] http:/ / www. com/ work/ 29083 .) External links • Let's Make It Legal [1] at the Internet Movie Database • Let's Make It Legal [2] at Allmovie References [1] http:/ / www. allmovie.Let's Make It Legal 157 Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Claudette Colbert as Miriam Halsworth Macdonald Carey as Hugh Halsworth Zachary Scott as Victor Macfarland Barbara Bates as Barbara Denham Robert Wagner as Jerry Denham Marilyn Monroe as Joyce Mannering Frank Cady as Ferguson Jim Hayward as Pete the gardener Carol Savage as Miss Jessup Paul Gerrits as Milkman Betty Jane Bowen as Secretary Vicki Raaf as Peggy (Hugh's secretary) Ralph Sanford as Police Lieutenant Harry Denny as Hotel Manager Harry Harvey as Postman (as Harry Harvey Sr. imdb.

and starring Claudette Colbert and Jack Hawkins. 1952 88 min. . the film also features a fight to the death between a cobra and a mongoose. Plot It tells the adventurous story of rubber grower and his wife. the family unites to defend their plantation from an attack at the film's climax. Despite facing problems from Communist terrorists and his own wife wishing to leave him. The film's director later made Swiss Family Robinson for Disney. In addition to the end battle. The film was retitled Outpost in Malaya in the USA. whose plantation is destroyed by terrorists in the Malayan Emergency. United Kingdom English Release date(s) Running time Country Language The Planter's Wife is a 1952 film directed by Ken Annakin.The Planter's Wife 158 The Planter's Wife The Planter's Wife Theatrical poster Directed by Produced by Written by Starring Music by Ken Annakin John Stafford Guy Elmes Sidney Charles George (novel) Claudette Colbert Jack Hawkins Allan Gray Cinematography Geoffrey Unsworth Editing by Studio Distributed by Alfred Roome Pinnacle Productions General Film Distributors Pinnacle Pictures United Artists November.

com/ title/ tt0045005/ [3] http:/ / www. allmovie. jsp?stid=5540 [2] http:/ / www. Summers Filming locations Sri Lanka External links • The Planter's Wife [1] at the TCM Movie Database • The Planter's Wife [2] at the Internet Movie Database • The Planter's Wife [3] at Allmovie References [1] http:/ / tcmdb. com/ title/ title. imdb. Dell Don Sharp as Lt. com/ work/ 105279 .The Planter's Wife 159 Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Claudette Colbert as Liz Frazer Jack Hawkins as Jim Frazer Anthony Steel as Hugh Dobson Ram Gopal as Nair Jeremy Spenser as Mat Tom Macaulay as Jack Bushell Helen Goss as Eleanor Bushell Sonya Hana as Ah Mov Andy Ho as Wan Li Peter Asher as Mike Frazer Yah Ming as Ah Siong Shaym Bahadur as Putra Ng Cheuk Kwong as Ho Tang Bryan Coleman as Capt.

The film stars Claudette Colbert (segment "Elisabeth"). 1954 USA:94 min / UK:96 min France / Italy [1] [1] Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language French / English Destinées (US title: Daughters of Destiny and UK title: Love. 1954 July 5. Soldiers and Women) is a 1954 Franco-Italian co-production motion picture comedy drama directed by Marcello Pagliero. Michèle Morgan (segment "Jeanne") and Martine Carol (segment "Lysistrata"). . It tells three stories. Jean Delannoy and Christian-Jaque. unrelated but with a women and war.Destinées 160 Destinées Destinées Theatrical release poster Directed by Marcello Pagliero (segment "Elisabeth") Jean Delannoy (segment "Jeanne") Christian-Jaque (segment "Lysistrata") Henry Deutschmeister André-Paul Antoine Horace McCoy Sergio Amidei (segment "Elisabeth") Aristophanes (segment "Lysistrata") Claudette Colbert Michèle Morgan Martine Carol Roman Vlad Produced by Written by Story by Starring Music by Cinematography Mario Craveri (segment "Elisabeth") Robert Lefebvre (segment "Jeanne") Raffaele Masciocchi Christian Matras (segment "Lysistrata") Editing by Laure Casseau (segment "Elisabeth") James Cuenet (segment "Jeanne") Jacques Desagneaux (segment "Lysistrata") Continental Produzione 27 January.

com/title/title.com/work/88797) at Allmovie . com/ title/ tt0044544/ ) External links • Daughters of Destiny (http://tcmdb.jsp?stid=493065) at the TCM Movie Database • Destinées (http://www. Principal cast • • • • • • • • • • Claudette Colbert as Elizabeth Whitefield (segment "Elisabeth") Eleonora Rossi Drago as Angela Ascari/Farmgirl (segment "Elisabeth") Mirko Ellis as Anthony (segment "Elisabeth") Michèle Morgan as Jeanne d'Arc/Joan of Arc (segment "Jeanne") Michel Piccoli as Pasquerel (segment "Jeanne") Dora Doll as Une fille (segment "Jeanne") Katherine Kath as La ribaude (segment "Jeanne") Martine Carol as Lysistrata (segment "Lysistrata") Raf Vallone as Callias (segment "Lysistrata") Paolo Stoppa as Nicephore (segment "Lysistrata") References [1] Destinées (1954) (http:/ / www. episode "Jeanne" tells the life of Jeanne d'Arc.allmovie.com/title/tt0044544/) at the Internet Movie Database • Destinées (http://www.Destinées 161 Plot Trilogy of stories: episode "Elizabeth" is about American war-widow who goes to Italy where her husband was in WW II. adaptation of the Greek play. episode "Lysistrata" is about Athenian wives.imdb. imdb.

. One unknown actor playing a major character is Gilbert Bokanowski (credited as Gilbert Boka) portraying Louis XVI. which tells some episodes through portrayal of the personalities who lived in Versailles' castle.Royal Affairs in Versailles 162 Royal Affairs in Versailles Royal Affairs in Versailles Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Sacha Guitry Sacha Guitry Ignace Morgenstern Clément Duhour (executive producer) Sacha Guitry (scenario & dialogue) Jean Françaix Written by Music by Cinematography Pierre Montazel Editing by Distributed by Raymond Lamy Cocinor (France) Times Film Corporation (USA) Mondial (UK) 9 March 1954 (France) 8 March 1957 (USA} 1960 (UK) 165 minutes Italy France French Release date(s) Running time Country Language Royal Affairs in Versailles (French title: Si Versailles m'était conté) is a 1954 French historical drama directed by Sacha Guitry. The film is notable for the presence of a great number of well-known French actors. Bokanowski was actually the film's production manager and was cast because of his strong resemblance to the monarch. Its sister films are Napoléon (1955) and If Paris Were Told to Us (1956). often appearing in short cameos.

Royal Affairs in Versailles 163 Plot Historical human stories in connection with the Royal Palace. Principal cast • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Michel Auclair as Jacques Damiens Jean-Pierre Aumont as Cardinal de Rohan Jean-Louis Barrault as Fénelon Jeanne Boitel as Madame de Sevigné Gilbert Bokanowski as Louis XVI Bourvil as museum guide Gino Cervi as Cagliostro Jean Chevrier as Turenne Aimé Clariond as Rivarol Claudette Colbert as Madame de Montespan Nicole Courcel as Madame de Chalis Danièle Delorme as Louison Chabray Yves Deniaud as Le paysan Daniel Gélin as Jean Collinet Fernand Gravey as Molière Sacha Guitry as old Louis XIV Pierre Larquey as Un guide du musée de Versailles Jean Marais as Louis XV Georges Marchal as young Louis XIV Lana Marconi as Marie-Antoinette Mary Marquet as Madame de Maintenon Gaby Morlay as Madame de la Motte Giselle Pascal as Louise de la Vallière Jean-Claude Pascal as Axel de Fersen Édith Piaf as Woman of the People Gérard Philipe as D'Artagnan Micheline Presle as Madame de Pompadour Jean Richard as Du Croisy/Tartuffe Tino Rossi as Le gondolier Raymond Souplex as Le commissaire-priseur Jean Tissier as Le guide du musée de Versailles Charles Vanel as Monsieur de Vergennes Orson Welles as Benjamin Franklin Pauline Carton as La Voisin Jean Desailly as Marivaux Gilbert Gil as Jean-Jacques Rousseau Marie Mansart as Madame de Kerlor Nicole Maurey as Mademoiselle de Fontanges Jean Murat as Louvois Jean-Jacques Delbo as Monsieur de la Motte Louis Seigner as Lavoisier . the Chateau of Versailles.

com/title/tt0047484/) at the Internet Movie Database Royal Affairs in Versailles (http://tcmdb.allmovie.com/FDF_Si_Versailles_m_etait_conte_rev.html) at Films de France .Royal Affairs in Versailles 164 References External links • • • • Royal Affairs in Versailles (http://www.com/work/108453) at Allmovie Royal Affairs in Versailles (http://filmsdefrance.jsp?stid=88709) at the TCM Movie Database Royal Affairs in Versailles (http://www.com/title/title.imdb.

and starring Claudette Colbert.Texas Lady 165 Texas Lady Texas Lady Original poster Directed by Produced by Written by Starring Tim Whelan Nat Holt Lewis P Rosen (uncredited) Horace McCoy (story & screenplay) Claudette Colbert Barry Sullivan Ray Collins Cinematography Ray Rennahan (director of photography) Editing by Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Richard W Farrell RKO Radio Pictures 23 November 1955 86 min USA English Texas Lady is a 1955 film made by RKO Radio Pictures. Barry Sullivan and Ray Collins It tells the story of a female publisher who finds that two ranch owner have been using the newspaper company to give back their debt. Ness Herzog . directed by Tim Whelan. Cast • • • • • • • • • • • Claudette Colbert as Prudence Webb Barry Sullivan as Chris Mooney Ray Collins as Mica Ralston (rancher) James Bell as Cass Gower Horace McMahon as Stringer Winfield Gregory Walcott as Deputy Jess Foley John Litel as Meade Moore (wigwam owner) Douglas Fowley as Clay Ballard (Clarion owner) Don Haggerty as Sheriff Herndon Walter Sande as Whit Sturdy (rancher) Alexander Campbell as Judge E.

com/ work/ 49220 . jsp?stid=92646 [2] http:/ / www. allmovie. Callender 166 External links • Texas Lady [1] at the TCM Movie Database • Texas Lady [2] at Allmovie References [1] http:/ / tcmdb. com/ title/ title.Texas Lady • Florenz Ames as Wilson (general store owner) • Kathleen Mulqueen as Nancy (Nanny) Winfield • Robert Lynn as Rev.

Claudette Colbert. Sharon Hugueny. The film marked Claudette Colbert's last role on the big screen. with Connie Stevens. The music score was by Max Steiner. 1961 (USA) 138 minutes USA English Parrish is a 1961 drama film made by Warner Bros.. Editing by Studio Distributed by Release date(s) Running time Country Language Owen Marks Warner Bros. the cinematography by Harry Stradling Sr.. Karl Malden and Dean Jagger. produced and directed by Delmer Daves. Kuter and the costume design by Howard Shoup. based on the novel by Mildred Savage. The film stars Troy Donahue. the art direction by Leo K. Diane McBain. May 4. . Sylvia Miles. Madeleine Sherwood and Hayden Rorke. Warner Bros.Parrish (film) 167 Parrish (film) Parrish Theatrical release poster Directed by Produced by Written by Starring Delmer Daves Delmer Daves Delmer Daves Mildred Savage (novel) Troy Donahue Claudette Colbert Karl Malden Dean Jagger Connie Stevens Diane McBain Sharon Hugueny Max Steiner Music by Cinematography Harry Stradling Sr. It was written.

allmovie. Young Parrish McLean and his mother live on Sala Post's tobacco plantation in the state of Connecticut. jsp?stid=26639 [2] http:/ / www. imdb. who then sets about ruining Post. Judd Raike. a ruthless tobacco tycoon. Connecticut.Parrish (film) 168 Plot The movie shows the story of conflict between a young independently minded man and his stepfather. Cast • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Troy Donahue as Parrish McLean Claudette Colbert as Ellen McLean Karl Malden as Judd Raike Dean Jagger as Sala Post Connie Stevens as Lucy Diane McBain as Alison Post Sharon Hugueny as Paige Raike Dub Taylor as Teet Howie Hampton Fancher as Edgar Raike David Knapp as Wiley Raike Saundra Edwards as Evaline Raike Sylvia Miles as Eileen Bibi Osterwald as Rosie Madeleine Sherwood as Addie Hayden Rorke as Tom Weldon Carroll O'Connor as Broad Brook Fire Fighter Production Parts of the movie were shot in East Windsor and Poquonock (Windsor). com/ work/ 82318 . External links • Parrish [1] at the TCM Movie Database • Parrish [2] at the Internet Movie Database • Parrish [3] at Allmovie References [1] http:/ / tcmdb. com/ title/ tt0055279/ [3] http:/ / www. com/ title/ title. His mother marries Post's ambitious rival. The original director was Joshua Logan until Daves replaced him.

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