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Twentieth CenturyTwentieth Century (1934) Recommended
Dir. Howard Hawks
Feat. John Barrymore, Carole Lombard
Cracking good comedy staged aboard a luxury express–train, where egomaniac theatre producer John Barrymore attempts to win back…
My Man GodfreyMy Man Godfrey (1935) Aro Favourite
Dir. Gregory La Cava
Feat. Carole Lombard, William Powell, Gail Patrick
Breathlessly nit–witty comedy from the screwball era with society dame Carole Lombard plucking William Powell out of skid–row for a…
Princess Comes Across, ThePrincess Comes Across, The (1936)
Dir. William K. Howard
Feat. Carole Lombard, Fred MacMurray, Douglas Dumbrille
Carole Lombard, playing a Swedish princess on the sly, falls for Fred MacMurray on board an ocean liner. Romance–cum–murder mystery is…
Nothing SacredNothing Sacred (1937) Recommended
Dir. William A. Wellman
Feat. Carole Lombard, Fredric March
Top comedy–farce rests on the charms of Carole Lombard, here at her mercurial best playing a screwy smalltown gal. Pretending to have an…
Made for Each OtherMade for Each Other (1938)
Dir. John Cromwell
Feat. James Stewart, Carole Lombard
Couple James Stewart and Carole Lombard test their marriage vows through a patch of misfortune in this finely acted soap.
Mr. & Mrs. SmithMr. & Mrs. Smith (1941)
Dir. Alfred Hitchcock
Feat. Carole Lombard, Robert Montgomery, Gene Raymond
An interesting departure for Alfred Hitchcock, this airy screwball comedy follows a happily married couple in New York who are shocked to learn that…
To Be or Not to BeTo Be or Not to Be (1942) Recommended
Dir. Ernst Lubitsch
Feat. Jack Benny, Carole Lombard
Wonderful black comedy about a Polish theatre group who in the face of a German invasion, become involved in a covert operation that masquerades them…
Golden Age of Comedy, TheGolden Age of Comedy, The (1957) Recommended
Dir. Various
Feat. Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy, Ben Turpin
Perfect introduction to the world of silent comedy, this is the first of three celebrated compilations from cinephile Robert Youngson. Hailed as…

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