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Comment by William on December 6, 2015 at 12:45pm


    Claudette Colbert,has always been a favorite of mine,,,,,,,,

And my all time favorite talkie is "It Happened One Night"

It won all of the major awards at the "Oscar" presentations for 1934..

Comment by Gary Gamage on December 6, 2015 at 12:18pm

Colbert was one of the few actresses who carried her sweet mystery with her - out of her own character. Her intelligence and beauty was so pleasingly present that viewers like myself surrendered any egoistic task of trying to name the mystery - and gratefully watched her quite gracefully play with her acting mission, lifting the effect of fellow actors in the same moment.

Claudette Colbert's is one of the most obvious performance legacies of our unforgettable films of the classic American screen.  

Comment by William on January 12, 2014 at 2:18pm

Hi,      Yes that would be good...What channel was that on???

I'll see if I can buy that movie.....She is always nice to see in  a movie......

Comment by kareng on January 12, 2014 at 6:24am

The Secrets of a Secretary sounds good.  Would be so interesting to see Claudette in that!  

Comment by kareng on January 12, 2014 at 6:21am

Thank you David Paris for this great pic of Claudette playing pool.

Comment by William on January 11, 2014 at 1:12pm

Hi,        Claudette Colbert has always been a favorite 0of mine.

And she was always repected...

She was a great actressand a great lady.................................

Comment by diane on January 10, 2014 at 4:37pm

Here are a couple of pictures from it. And yes Claudette

was a blonde for the first 15 minutes and looked just as


Comment by diane on January 10, 2014 at 4:30pm

Can't believe I haven't joined this group. I just watched

Claudette in "The Secrets of a Secretary" (1931). She

plays a rich gad about who finds herself penniless and

husbandless (he tells her he only married her for her

money and what right has she to proclaim she is poor etc).

She finds a job as a personal secretary and then her husband

turns up like a bad penny. Herbert Marshall stars as well - not

as the husband!! It's a pretty interesting movie!!

Comment by William on April 27, 2013 at 11:43pm

Claudette Colbert has always been one of my favorites...And

"It Happened One Night",is my favorite sound movie..It had two great stars in Clark Gable,and Claudette Colbert,.with a

great supporting cast...The great walter Connelly,Roscoe Karns,Alan Hale,and Ward Bond........................................

It was said that she lost a role because because a movie had to be made in a short time,and she insisted that she be photographed from her left side only..I don't know but It didn't seem to me that her other side was bad..................But she was great off the screen also...

Comment by Nicole Ballerstein on April 27, 2013 at 4:07pm

I have seen almost all of Claudettes films, but still a few I have yet to see. One I have been wanting to watch for a very long time is Practically Yours, but it is the only film of her with Fred MacMurray that I can not find. So sad, but oh well. I am going to watch The Palm Beach Story today and have a good laugh. The outfit she makes on the train cracks me up everytime!


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