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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)

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Comment by Monty on August 2, 2010 at 11:35am
Happy Birthday Myrna Loy on this August 2nd, 2010....
Comment by daisy dukes on July 16, 2010 at 1:27pm
i could watch that movie over and over. they had a great chemistry i think they were married once for a short time before the movie.

wasn't the sister the biggest beeyotch?
Comment by Cee Cee on July 16, 2010 at 11:08am
Loved the father!
Comment by daisy dukes on July 16, 2010 at 7:39am
that is my favorite movie ever, ..."money, money, money"
and wasn't the father hilarious???
Comment by Cee Cee on June 24, 2010 at 4:26pm
Oh, I just saw "My Man Godfrey" for the first time the other week. Absolutely loved it. You are so right, Gary.
Carole Lombard was ever so cute in it as well.
Comment by Gary Gamage on June 24, 2010 at 3:27pm
I have collected many of the Powell/Loy films listed above and enjoyed every one of them. Powell's presence onscreen is that of a modern philosopher with a sympathetic and irrepressible sense of humor about humanity in general; Loy was that rarest of female screen creations, a sharply intelligent and adorable comedy foil, and the perfect companion and guide for Powell's "Nick Charles."
I also have numerous other films of Powell's which I'm sure many here have seen and enjoyed, all the way from "Lawyer Man" to "Mister Roberts." The one that really stands out for me however, is "My Man Godfrey." An amazing film triumph. It starts out as a screwball comedy and finalies as one of the most painless and effectively impressive commentaries on the great and terrible depression Hollywood was ever able to produce.
Comment by Cee Cee on June 24, 2010 at 9:52am
Its great when you hear of children or young folks getting into some of the old classic movies or stars. Most kids would probably dismiss the black n whites as "borrriiingg" considering all the technology we have today. Ive always taught my son to have a very open mind and not be a "follower of trend" just because its popular concerning music and other things. He's 20 yrs old, and I got a great kick when he became engrossed in watching Edward G. in "Brother Orchid" several weeks back and the fact that he thinks Bette Davis was brillant! So, I hear what youre saying, Kristine : )
Comment by Kristine Sader on June 23, 2010 at 6:09pm
Double Wedding is one of my favorites! It often gets overlooked because of The Thin Man movies, but I enjoy seeing William Powell playing a bit of a different part.
Comment by Cee Cee on May 25, 2010 at 4:39pm
Watched Double Wedding last night! Love these two together. Especially when she asks him "Are you on dope?" LOL
Comment by Kristine Sader on March 11, 2010 at 7:22pm
Just a side note that you all might like to hear. I teach an acting class and a 10 year old girl told me last Monday that she had watched Song of The Thin Man! I got the biggest kick out of hearing her go on about how she liked it. Those movies truly reach across generations! Again, I just thought that you might like to hear about that. :)

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