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Myrna Loy, William Powell & The Thin Man Fans


Myrna Loy, William Powell & The Thin Man Fans

Group for fans of Myrna Loy, William Powell, The Thin Man series, their films together and their separate careers.

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Manhattan Melodrama (1934)
The Thin Man (1934)
Evelyn Prentice (1934)
The Great Ziegfeld (1936)
Libeled Lady (1936)
After the Thin Man (1936)
Double Wedding (1937)
Another Thin Man (1939)
I Love You Again (1940)
Love Crazy (1941)
Shadow of the Thin Man (1941)
The Thin Man Goes Home (1944)
Song of the Thin Man (1947)

Leaving their marks, clowning around with Sid Grauman:

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Comment by Ginny on November 16, 2014 at 9:27pm
I got The Thin Man DVD set last Christmas, and I've just taken them out and started watching them again. What an enjoyable series!
Comment by Al Pearce on May 4, 2012 at 1:38pm

one of cinema's greatest screen pairs, along with Errol/Olivia as well as Kate/Tracy!

Comment by FilmFanatic on July 24, 2011 at 2:12pm
this week i will be extremely blissed out on Myrna Loy. i bought Third Finger Left Hand and Wife vs. Secretary on DVD and i finally found Being and Becoming on amazon for a decent price.
Comment by FilmFanatic on May 10, 2011 at 10:00pm

posted this in the Books About Hollywood group but i figured i would post it here as well to cheer everyone up about the movie remake. the book is out on October 1, 2011

Comment by FilmFanatic on May 10, 2011 at 9:53pm

vp81955 i agree with you about the the remake hopefully following the book more than the film. the book version of The Thin Man is a little darker and of course there is a little Nick and Nora bantering but not as much or as good as the movie. if they were to remake the movie they'd be really stupid to do so. book Nick to me was a bit more mysterious and a bit darker but still had a biting wit. book Nora was not as sarcastic but also had a good wit. the book and original movie are very different so i am hoping the remake will be closer to the book.

i cannot even imagine Johnny Depp as either movie or book Nick. i'm am more terrified and worried about who will be cast to play Nora. Myrna Loy and William Powell are incredible as the detective couple this is one case where the movie and the legacy of the actors should be left alone.

i heard a rumor that some people in the industry wanted to remake Sunset Boulevard and To Catch a Thief.... these movies along with The Thin Man just show the lack of originality hollywood has left.


Comment by FilmFanatic on January 31, 2011 at 10:25pm
i watched Evelyn Prentice today. Myrna Loy was amazing like when the movie ended i was just floored. you can just see Evelyn's torment, and guilt and sadness and nervousness. She did some of the best acting i have ever seen in a movie. the movie itself was good i didn't want it to end and if it hadn't ended by the time i had to go to class i would have made my self late i liked watching it a lot haha.
Comment by FilmFanatic on January 16, 2011 at 11:09pm
just watched Thirteen Women. not one of the greatest movies ever made but Myrna Loy was really good, she played a very good evil woman. she looked gorgeous too.
Comment by FilmFanatic on January 15, 2011 at 9:10pm

i just watched all the Thin Man movies and loved them all so much. i now have the Thin Man movie pack arriving shortly in the mail. i reviewed the movies on my blog:

check it out and i hope you will enjoy.

Comment by daisy dukes on August 2, 2010 at 1:20pm
Those pictures are adorable!
Comment by Cee Cee on August 2, 2010 at 11:47am
I saw "I Love You Again" with Myrna and William Powell. Loved it!! What a perfect pair they were.

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