Category Archives: 1930s

  1. Bureau of Missing Persons (1933)

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    March 26, 2017 by smumcounty

    Every Sunday I go through the Turner Classic Movies listings for the next week (that’s about as far ahead as …
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  2. The Gay Divorcee (1934)

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    December 30, 2016 by smumcounty

    With the recent release of “La La Land” (2016) in theaters, the first big budget musical in many moons, it …
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  3. Bride of Frankenstein (1935)

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    June 27, 2016 by smumcounty

    Few film sequels can claim to be better than their originals. Now that I think of it, almost none can …
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  4. Men Must Fight (1933)

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    April 17, 2016 by smumcounty

    Political movies are not a real genre these days. In our politically divided environment, studios can’t risk alienating large swaths …
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  5. Tovarich (1937)

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    January 26, 2016 by smumcounty

    At first glance, Turner Classic Movies may seem like a godsend for classic film fanatics, and, indeed, it is, with …
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  6. Shanghai Express (1932)

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    October 17, 2015 by smumcounty

    “Grand Hotel on a train.” That’s how they referred to “Shanghai Express” when it was released in 1932 the same …
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  7. Gabriel Over the White House (1933)

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    May 24, 2015 by smumcounty

    The 30’s are my go to decade for classic films. I watch more films from that decade than any other. …
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