Tags » Victor Moore

The Wrong Mr. Fox (1917)

This short is a classic mix-up comedy based on the fact of two very similarly-named towns: Canaan, Vermont, and Canaan, New Hampshire, on the same train line. 432 more words


Make Way for Tomorrow (1937)

  • Well, the theme of this picture certainly will not be a subtle one at which we have to guess. “Honor Thy Father and Mother” the screen declares, following the opening credits & a brief text intro.
  • 692 more words

It Happened on Fifth Avenue (1947)

The fact that Miracle on 34th Street and this film came out the same year seems to suggest that there was something special in the air of New York City that year. 836 more words


Make Way for Tomorrow

Released:  1937

Cast:  Victor Moore, Beulah Bondi, Thomas Mitchell, Fay Bainter, Minna Gombell, Elizabeth Risdon

SUMMARY:  During the Depression, Barkley “Bark” Cooper (Victor Moore) and his wife Lucy (Beulah Bondi) lose their house to foreclosure; Bark has been out of work for four years due to his age.  1,040 more words

1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die

EFC II #57 - Make Way For Tomorrow (1937)

The Epic Film Challenge II
#57 – Make Way For Tomorrow (1937)
Dir. Leo McCarey
Starring: Victor Moore, Beulah Bondi, Thomas Mitchell, Fay Bainter, Barbara Read, Maurice Moscovitch, Elisabeth Risdon, Minna Gombell, Porter Hall, Ray Meyer, Ralph Remley… 61 more words

Epic Film Challenge

Benadryl, Betty White, and the end of the American Dream

Written high on Benadryl….

Hay fever season….yesterday the allergy/arthritis synergy was at its peak, and I was on allergy pills all day. Alas, you can’t mix epilepsy meds and daytime allergy pills, so the wife was graced with sweet silence from her zoned out husband. 1,412 more words