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After the Thin Man

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Selma asks nick to find her missing husband. He had been seeing a bit on the side, and blackmailing a local criminal. David graham claims he paid the missing husband to get rid of a former girlfriend. Will nick locate him?


Studio Warner
SKU 204561249
UPC 012569673762
UPC 14 00012569673762
Format DVD
Release Date 8/7/2007
Rating NR
Aspect Ratio
Standard  1.37:1 [4:3]
Cast & Crew
Albert Hackett - Screenplay
Cedric Gibbons - Art Director
Dashiell Hammett - Based On Story By
Edward Ward - Original Music By
Elissa Landi - Actor
Frances Goodrich - Screenplay
Herbert Stothart - Original Music By
Hunt Stromberg - Producer
James Stewart - Actor
Myrna Loy - Actor
Oliver T. Marsh - Cinematographer
Robert Kern - Editor
W.S. Van Dyke - Director
William Powell - Actor
Nominee (1937) Oscar, Frances Goodrich, Albert Hackett, Best Writing, Screenplay
ReviewSource Variety
Review First thing everyone will want to know about this one is whether it is as good as The Thin Man, and the answer is that it is - and it isn't. It has the same stars, William Powell and Myrna Loy; the same style of breezy direction by W.S. Van Dyke; almost as many sparkling lines of dialog and amusing situations; but it hasn't, and probably couldn't have, the same freshness and originality of its predecessor...The same author, Dashiell Hammett, wrote it, and the same screen writers, Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett, did the adaptation. It's the 'same' all the way through, and while that's a guarantee of a certain general excellence, it's the reason why it does not shine so brightly...Powell as the amateur detective, with Loy tagging along and getting herslef tangled up in the plot, eventually gets his man. The two leading players seem to have a swell time throughout.
ReviewRating 8
DVD, Pan and Scan (TV Format), English, French, Spanish, Subtitled
At-A-Glance Film Reviews The funny, fast-paced, wise-cracking dialogue adds a lot to the fun.
Christopher Null, ...a bit better than the original Thin Man, aided by an even drier script and the appearance of James Stewart...
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