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*******freemooviesonline**** presents you one of the great romantic comedies of the Hollywood Classics: Nothing Sacred, with Carole Lombard and Fredric March. Review: Absolutely hilarious screwball comedy. A hotshot newspaper reporter(Fredric March)tries to get in the good graces of his boss(Walter Connolly)by exploiting the "imminent" death of an ailing young woman(Carole Lombard). By way of newsprint the doomed young lady becomes the toast of New York City until her health situation is revealed as a hoax. Supporting cast includes: Frank Fay, Margaret Hamilton and Charles Winninger. Lombard is wonderful in the role of the ailing/doomed Hazel Flagg from Vermont. My favorite scene is when March is walking down the sidewalk and a small boy bolts through a gated fence to bite him on the back of the leg and scurry back to safety. This knee-slapping comedy is directed by William A. Wellman and its a crime not to watch. Watch it online for free and without download at : *******www.freemooviesonline****/watch-free-movies/comedy-movies/nothing-sacred.html And plenty of Classic Movies more ! *******www.freemooviesonline****/watch-free-movies/comedy-movies.html
21 May 2010
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Mel Brooks and the cast of the comedy "Young Frankenstein" almost went overboard with their ad-libbing. From the book Hollywood Stories: Short, Entertaining Stories About the Stars and Legends of the Movies! (isbn 97809638972-7-5) Available at Barnes and Noble, Amazon or wherever books are sold. *******www.hollywoodstories****
24 Oct 2008
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Desi Arnaz protected his integrity when he starred with Lucille Ball on "I Love Lucy". From the book Hollywood Stories: Short, Entertaining Stories About the Stars and Legends of the Movies! (isbn 97809638972-7-5) Available at Barnes and Noble, Amazon or wherever books are sold. *******www.hollywoodstories****
25 Mar 2009
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stooges in the comedy classic - Malice in the palace, hilarious comedy skits.
22 Nov 2009
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Here are Groucho and Chico Marx Enjoy!
20 Apr 2010
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well it is a short video i and my friend did it is one of my first so wating for your critisism
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One of the standout hits of the Cannes, Toronto, and New York Film Festivals, A CHRISTMAS TALE is Arnaud Desplechin's (KINGS AND QUEEN) dazzling, big-hearted and brilliantly black comedy. In the role that garnered her the Special Prize at Cannes, Catherine Deneuve us Junon, the family matriarch, who greets the news of her life-threatening illness with calm equanimity. Desplechin regular Mathieu Amalric gives one of the best performances of the year as the black sheep of the family who returns home after being banished for 6 years with his bemused Jewish girlfriend (Emmanuel Devos) in tow. Crowded under the same roof again, solidarity quickly - and hilariously - devolves into feuding, drunkenness and bed-hopping, as everyone struggles to make sense of the mysteries of family, life, and what lies ahead. Desplechin's masterful narrative has the breadth of a sprawling novel and the nimble wordplay of a classic comedy, while packing the full sensory wallop of pure cinema.
20 Jul 2009
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One of the standout hits of the Cannes, Toronto, and New York Film Festivals, A CHRISTMAS TALE is Arnaud Desplechin's (KINGS AND QUEEN) dazzling, big-hearted and brilliantly black comedy. In the role that garnered her the Special Prize at Cannes, Catherine Deneuve us Junon, the family matriarch, who greets the news of her life-threatening illness with calm equanimity. Desplechin regular Mathieu Amalric gives one of the best performances of the year as the black sheep of the family who returns home after being banished for 6 years with his bemused Jewish girlfriend (Emmanuel Devos) in tow. Crowded under the same roof again, solidarity quickly - and hilariously - devolves into feuding, drunkenness and bed-hopping, as everyone struggles to make sense of the mysteries of family, life, and what lies ahead. Desplechin's masterful narrative has the breadth of a sprawling novel and the nimble wordplay of a classic comedy, while packing the full sensory wallop of pure cinema.
19 Sep 2009
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