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Sam Wood

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Night at the Opera, ANight at the Opera, A (1935) Recommended
Dir. Sam Wood
Feat. Groucho Marx, Chico Marx, Harpo Marx
A Marx brothers extravaganza with the three sibling buffoons in top form as they wreak havoc on an opera company. As good as they get.
Day at the Races, ADay at the Races, A (1937)
Dir. Sam Wood
Feat. Groucho Marx, Chico Marx, Harpo Marx
Marx Brothers' flamboyantly staged comedy in which unabridged lunacy never lets up at a sanitarium and then a racecourse. Contains some of cinema's…
Gone with the WindGone with the Wind (1939) Recommended
Dir. Victor Fleming, George Cukor, Sam Wood
Feat. Clark Gable, Vivien Leigh
One of the greatest examples of story–telling on film, this maintains one's firm interest for nearly four hours with its romantic story, strong…
Goodbye Mr. ChipsGoodbye Mr. Chips (1939)
Dir. Sam Wood
Feat. Robert Donat, Greer Garson
Slow–moving, heartfelt story of a devoted schoolteacher. Robert Donat won an Oscar in the lead role.
Our Town (1940)
Dir. Sam Wood
Feat. Frank Craven, William Holden, Martha Scott
Affectionate study of small–town American life, set in New Hampshire over a twelve year period. Frank Craven narrates our tour of the community…
Devil and Miss Jones, The (1941)
Dir. Sam Wood
Feat. Charles Coburn, Jean Arthur
Tycoon Charles Coburn goes undercover to investigate union activities, and instead falls for shopgirl Jean Arthur. Well–regarded social comedy.
Kings RowKings Row (1942) Aro Favourite
Dir. Sam Wood
Feat. Robert Cummings, Ronald Reagan, Ann Sheridan
Celebrated and infamous melodrama of the titular smalltown, a seemingly placid American community, around which insanity, poverty and sadism hover…
For Whom the Bell TollsFor Whom the Bell Tolls (1943)
Dir. Sam Wood
Feat. Gary Cooper, Ingrid Bergman
Splendidly mounted Spanish civil–war drama, in which International Brigade–er Gary Cooper leads local guerillas, including Ingrid…

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