Classic Movie Hub (CMH)
 

Ecstasy Overview:

Ecstasy (1933) was a Drama - Romance Film directed by Gustav Machat? and produced by Moriz Grunhut and Otto Sonnenfeld.

BlogHub Articles:

Discovering Hedy Lamarr: Ecstasy (1933)

By Virginie Pronovost on Nov 10, 2018 From The Wonderful World of Cinema

Yesterday, one of the women who was considered one of the most beautiful figures of the silver screen would have been 104 years old. She’s not with us anymore, but that’s not a valid excuse not to celebrate her. I’m talking about Hedy Lamarr! It’s my blogging friend Samantha ... Read full article


The Agony and the Ecstasy (1965)

By Beatrice on Sep 25, 2018 From Flickers in Time

The Agony and the Ecstasy Directed by Carol Reed Written by Philip Dunne based on the novel by Irving Stone 1965/USA/Italy Twentieth Century Fox/International Classics/Dino de Laurentis Cinematografica/Cinecitta First viewing/Netflix rental Looks like Carol Reed lost his vision when he started filmi... Read full article


Doesn’t it just boil you in ecstasy? Animated GIF

By Fritzi Kramer on Nov 13, 2014 From Movies Silently

By Fritzi Kramer on November 13, 2014 in Blog, GIF, Humor These days, if a party girl mentions boiling in ecstasy, we have a rather different and more, er, chemical definition in mind. Back in the twenties, though, ecstasy was just ecstasy. Still, we wouldn’t be human if we didn’t giggle... Read full article


See all Ecstasy articles

Quotes from

No Quote for this film.

Facts about

The song in the outdoor café is performed by the famous Comedian Harmonists.
Pope Pius XII publicly denounced the film.
The erotic close-ups of Hedy Lamarr's face in the throes of passion were aided, she says, by the director unexpectedly jabbing her in the derriere with a pin in order to get the desired expressions on her face.
read more facts about Ecstasy...
Share this page:

Also directed by Gustav Machat




More about Gustav Machat >>
Related Lists
Create a list


See All Related Lists >>
Also released in 1933




See All 1933 films >>
More "Pre-Code Cinema" films



See All "Pre-Code Cinema" films >>
error