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Film review: Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1931)

Director: Rouben Mamoulian. Writers: Samuel Hoffenstein, Percy Heath, based on the novella The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson. Starring: Fredric March, Miriam Hopkins, Rose Hobart, Holmes Herbert, Edgar Norton, Halliwell Hobbes. 716 more words

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Sam Berman's Nothing Sacred Credits

1937′s Selznick produced, Wellman helmed, Hecht scripted, Lombard-March starring Nothing Sacred is remembered today as the first Technicolor Screwball comedy and as a film whose raucous silliness and swooning romance sweeten its bitter vituperations against the press. 17 more words

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Design for Living (1933)

Gary Cooper, Fredric March, Miriam Hopkins. Dir: Ernst Lubitsch

“Design for Living” (the movie) is loosely based on “Design for Living” (the play) by Noel Coward, which was loosely based on his living situation 11 years earlier, when his roommates were Lynn Fontanne and Alfred Lunt, all struggling artists at the time.  710 more words

Design for Living (1933)

After watching Trouble in Paradise, the one thing that I said I wanted more of was Miriam Hopkins. I got that in Design for Living. In the film, Hopkins works within the confines of a love triangle once more and chews up the scenery yet again. 493 more words

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