Golden Age of the Silver Screen

After The Thin Man (1936)

Episode #10

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) released After The Thin Man on December 25, 1936. W.S. Van Dyke directed film which starred William Powell, Myrna Loy, and James Stewart.

‘After The Thin Man’ Movie Summary

Fresh off the train from New York City, Nick and Nora find themselves back home in San Francisco. However, there’s one more mystery the duo needs to solve! On New Year’s Eve, Nora’s aristocratic family summons them to a dinner party. They learn that her cousin Selma’s husband, Robert, has been missing for three days. Nick reluctantly agrees to look for him, but when Robert turns up dead from a gunshot, and the police blame Selma for it, the case takes a turn for the worse. After several more murders occur, Nick gathers everyone into the same room to reveal the true identity of the killer.

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Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) released After The Thin Man on December 25, 1936. W.S. Van Dyke directed film starring William Powell, Myrna Loy, and James Stewart.

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  1. Nice to see chris back. What is scheduled for next month? Would be nice to see a non john Wayne western from that era reviewed at some point.

    1. We will probably review Dodge City by the end of the year. Next month is The Killing.

      1. Wow the killing? That’s a big one. Is it on your top 100? Dodge city is a good one, I’ve read it was the inspiration for blazing saddles.

        1. The Killing is not quite on my top 100…top 200 for sure. I haven’t seen Dodge City in forever. That’s one of the reasons I want to watch it. Also, it along with Stagecoach, are credited with bringing back Westerns, so it’s a good one to review.

        2. The Killing is not quite on my top 100…top 200 for sure. I haven’t seen Dodge City in forever. That’s one of the reasons I want to watch it. Also, it along with Stagecoach, are credited with bringing back Westerns, so it’s a good one to review.

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