Hollywood Magazine, January 1937

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4 thoughts on “Hollywood Magazine, January 1937

      1. When I first saw “The Thin Man” many years ago, I couldn’t believe how much FUN it was. I was a classic film newbie and that film almost blew my mind. Witty, great characters, and not taking itself too seriously. I wondered where this film had been my whole life!

        I think you have a fabulous website. I’ve been skimming through it.

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      2. Wow thank you so much! That means a lot, as I want to make sure I’m doing Bill justice. And especially as your blog is so well researched and well established, so bless you for your kind words.

        I only saw The Thin Man a few weeks ago and thought it was hilarious, with the drink swilling and innuendos and what not. William Powell isn’t very well known in the U.K., David Niven and Cary Grant occupy most discussions on ‘the Hollywood gentleman’, because they moved over there and were so successful at it, so all this is a welcome revelation to me. It’s not a bad life wading through all his movies, he didn’t make many duff ones!

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