Classic Movie Hub (CMH)
 

It's a Gift Overview:

It's a Gift (1934) was a Comedy - Black-and-white Film directed by Norman Z. McLeod and produced by William LeBaron and Emanuel Cohen.

It's a Gift was inducted into the National Film Registry in 2010.

BlogHub Articles:

The Charles Sellon Film Festival: "Bright Eyes" and "It's a Gift"

By David on Aug 13, 2015 From The Man on the Flying Trapeze

"Bah!" Of all the actors and actresses who appeared in 1930s films, Charles Sellon (1870-1937) was certainly one of them. A native of Boston, Sellon made his stage debut in 1901 and his film debut in 1923. He was rarely the lead; skinny and with a long face, with a mouth usually in a frown or scow... Read full article


Movie Scenes That Make Me Grin Like an Idiot: "It's a Gift"

By David on Jul 6, 2012 From The Man on the Flying Trapeze

... Read full article


See all It's a Gift articles

Quotes from

Amelia: Harold!
Harold: Don't argue with them, dear, they're beneath our dignity.


Amelia Bissonette: Wake up and go to sleep!


[Harold ripped a pillow playing with the dog]
Amelia: Those were my mother's feathers!
Harold: Never knew your mother had feathers.


read more quotes from It's a Gift...

Facts about

The source of the film was a play, "The Comic Supplement (of American Life)," by J.P. McEvoy, which opened in Washington, D.C. on 19 January 1925.
Film debut of Chill Wills.
The portrait of the late Uncle Bean is the same portrait of actor Donald Meek seen in Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch filmed. In this film the portrait has a mustache drawn on it.
read more facts about It's a Gift...
Share this page:
National Film Registry

It's a Gift

Released 1934
Inducted 2010
(Sound)




See All Films in National Registry >>
Also directed by Norman Z. McLeod




More about Norman Z. McLeod >>
Also produced by William LeBaron




More about William LeBaron >>
Also released in 1934




See All 1934 films >>
More "Slapstick" films



See All "Slapstick" films >>
More "Husband Wife" films



See All "Husband Wife" films >>
More "Money" films



See All "Money" films >>
error