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[Film Review] Design For Living (1933)

Title: Design for Living
Year: 1933
Country: USA
Language: English, French
Genre: Comedy, Romance
Director: Ernst Lubitsch
Screenplay: Ben Hecht
based on a play by Noël Coward… 384 more words

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The Road to Glory

Fredric March and June Lang in a screencap from The Road to Glory (1936).  Fredric had a great career before and after The Road to Glory, but June couldn’t capitalize on a fine performance in her big break.

Road To Glory

The Road to Glory

Fredric March in a screencap from The Road to Glory (1936), Howard Hawks’ return to 20th Century Fox, after directing eight silent films at the studio.  25 more words

Road To Glory

The Road to Glory

Warner Baxter and Fredric March seem to be more interested in each other than in June Lang in a publicity photo for The Road to Glory (1936).

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The Road to Glory

Fredric March and Lionel Barrymore get down to shield themselves from the effects of World War I in a screencap from The Road to Glory (1936).

Road To Glory

The Road to Glory

Fredric March and June Lang in a publicity still for The Road to Glory (1936), Howard Hawks’ second World War I film, after The Dawn Patrol.  34 more words

Road To Glory

The Road to Glory

Fredric March in a screencap from The Road to Glory (1936).  Two men and a girl is a common theme in Howard Hawks’ career, from A Girl in Every Port (1928) to El Dorado (1966).

Road To Glory