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Leo McCarey

Director, Actor

Duck SoupDuck Soup (1933) Recommended
Dir. Leo McCarey
Feat. Groucho Marx, Chico Marx, Harpo Marx
A commercial bomb when released, this has since emerged as The Marx Brothers' tour–de–force, and the most popular among fans on account…
Belle of the NinetiesBelle of the Nineties (1934)
Dir. Leo McCarey
Feat. Mae West
Mae's first post–production code outing: she plays a sultry cabaret singer lusted after by a myriad of Missippian males. Duke Ellington also…
Harold Lloyd Collection - Disc 2Harold Lloyd Collection - Disc 2 (The Cat's Paw, The Milky Way) (1934-1936) Recommended
Dir. Sam Taylor, Leo McCarey
Feat. Harold Lloyd
Two classic Harold Lloyd features. Includes THE CAT'S PAW, with Lloyd entangled in local body politics; and THE MILKY WAY, in which the silent…
Awful Truth, TheAwful Truth, The (1937) Recommended
Dir. Leo McCarey
Feat. Cary Grant, Irene Dunne
Cary Grant stars in this delightful screwball comedy about a divorced couple who, through misadventure, decide they are best for each other.
Make Way for TomorrowMake Way for Tomorrow (1937) Aro Favourite
Dir. Leo McCarey
Feat. Victor Moore, Beulah Bondi, Fay Bainter
Frankly, one of the most devastating movies ever made, this long neglected classic served as inspiration for Ozu's revered TOKYO STORY many years…
Bells of St. Mary'sBells of St. Mary's (1944)
Dir. Leo McCarey
Feat. Bing Crosby, Ingrid Bergman
Bing Crosby and Ingrid Bergman team up for a musical comedy as a gentle priest and a prim nun who slug out their differences. 8 Oscar nominations.
Going My WayGoing My Way (1944)
Dir. Leo McCarey
Feat. Bing Crosby
Oscar–sweeping musical favourite stars Bing Crosby as the singing priest, Father O'Malley, whose casual unorthodoxy casts an influential spell.
An Affair to RememberAn Affair to Remember (1957)
Dir. Leo McCarey
Feat. Cary Grant, Deborah Kerr
Cary Grant and Deborah Kerr meet and decide they're engaged to the wrong people, but their future liaison proves kind of awkward if not dangerous.
Rally 'Round the Flag, Boys!Rally 'Round the Flag, Boys! (1958)
Dir. Leo McCarey
Feat. Paul Newman, Joanne Woodward, Joan Collins
None too funny surburban satire is kept afloat by Woodward and Newman – despite the latter's lack of comedic flair. The two stars play husband…

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