Cary Grant : the vault collection, comedies.
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|Location||Call Number / Copy Notes||Barcode||Shelving Location||Status||Due Date|
|Newburgh Chandler PL - Bell Road Library||DVD CARY (COMEDY) (Text)||39206021388895||Audiovisual - DVD||Available||-|
- Physical Description: 3 videodiscs (682 minutes) : sound, black and white ; 4 3/4 in.
- Publisher: Universal City, CA : Universal Studios Home Entertainment, .
- Copyright: ©2016
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Originally produced by Paramount Pictures as motion pictures in the United States from 1932 to 1936.
Full screen (1.33:1)
|Formatted Contents Note:||
[Disc 1]. This is the night (79 min.) / directed by Frank Tuttle -- She done him wrong (65 min.) / directed by Lowell Sherman -- I'm no angel (88 min.) / directed by Wesley Ruggles. -- [disc 2]. Thirty day princess (75 min.) / directed by Marion Gering -- Kiss and make-up (71 min.) -- Ladies should listen (61 min.) -- [disc 3] Enter Madame! (84 min.) / directed by Elliott Nugent -- Big brown eyes (77 min.) / directed by Raoul Walsh -- Wedding present (82 min.) / directed by Richard Wallace.
|Creation/Production Credits Note:||
Kiss and make-up, Ladies should listen, Enter Madame!, Big brown eyes, and Wedding present produced by Adolph Zukor.
This is the Night (1932): In Cary Grant's screen debut, a husband (Cary Grant) finds himself in a destructive love triangle after he comes home unexpectedly to find suspicious evidence about his wife's (Thelma Todd) infidelity.
She Done Him Wrong (1933): A saloon singer (Mae West) has more men in her life than she can handle including smugglers, an escaped con and a mission director (Cary Grant) who wants to reform her.
I'm No Angel (1933): A gold-digging carnival performer (Mae West) gets caught in a love triangle that may cost her the real love she was looking for (Cary Grant).
Thirty Day Princess (1934): In this rags-to-riches tale, a newspaper publisher (Cary Grant) finds himself falling for a foreign princess (Sylvia Sidney), only to suspect that there is some other power behind the throne.
Kiss and Make-up (1934): Beauty really is only skin deep when a famed beautician (Cary Grant) marries a former client and discovers that her shallow behavior makes his faithful secretary much more attractive.
Ladies Should Listen (1934): A meddling switchboard operator (Frances Drake) falls in love with a tenant (Cary Grant) in the building who has a deceiving girlfriend, then formulates a plan to interfere and expose her conniving scheme.
Enter Madame! (1935): An American man (Cary Grant) finds himself fed up with always coming second to his Italian wife's career as a famous opera singer.
Big Brown Eyes (1936): A precocious newspaper reporter (Joan Bennett) and an unusually motivated detective (Cary Grant) take on a case of insurance fraud, hidden identities and murder!
Wedding Present (1936): Two star reporters (Cary Grant and Joan Bennett) find their playful newsroom relationship running out of ink when he is promoted to editor and she becomes engaged to a writer.
|Target Audience Note:||
English dialogue ; English subtitles
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|Genre:||Romantic comedy films.
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