Two partners, George Melton and Allan Chadwick, of a wealthy engineering firm work furiously to complete a design on time during Christmas Eve.
Loew's Inc. released Another Thin Man on November 17, 1939. W. S. Van Dyke directed the film starring William Powell, Myrna Loy, Virginia Grey.
Warner Archive Collection released Another Thin Man to Blu-ray on April 27, 2021. W. S. Van Dyke directed the film starring William Powell, Myrna Loy, and Virginia Grey.
About a year and nine months have passed since we last saw Nick and Nora Charles in After the Thin Man.
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment released The Complete Thin Man Collection to DVD on November 20, 2012.
Twentieth Century Fox released Cluny Brown on June 2, 1946. Ernst Lubitsch directed the film starring Charles Boyer, Jennifer Jones, and Peter Lawford.
Film and Plot Synopsis Cluny Brown takes place in 1938 England on the verge of a new war. Czech Professor Adam Belinski escapes his homeland and Hitler’s persecution for the safety in England. Cluny Brown is free-spirited orphan niece of a plumber who is secretly learning her uncle’s trade. Adam and Cluny have a chance meeting at the London apartment of Hilary Ames who’s sink is clogged. Cluny’s uncle doesn’t know she’s there to fix the plumbing, but when he finds her, he angrily sends her off to be a servant at Friars Carmel Manor in the English countryside. It’s there that Cluny meets Adam again when he arrives there as a guest at the manor. Belinski quickly falls in love with Cluny, and tries to keep her from marrying a dull shopkeeper named Mr. Wilson. Buy the Film *As an Amazon Associate we earn from qualifying purchases. ‘Cluny Brown’ Movie Summary In Cluny Brown, Czech Professor Adam Belinski (Charles Boyer), a famed writer in support of global freedom, finds himself ostracized from his native land in June 1938. He winds up in England where he’s free from Hitler’s persecution. Also in London is a young orphan woman named Cluny …
The Criterion Collection released Cluny Brown to Blu-ray on September 17, 2019. Ernst Lubitsch directed the film starring Charles Boyer, Jennifer Jones, and Peter Lawford.