Laughter (1930) was a Comedy - Romance Film directed by Harry d'Abbadie d'Arrast and produced by Monta Bell.
Academy Awards 1930/31 --- Ceremony Number 4 (source: AMPAS)
|Best Writing||Harry d'Abbadie d'Arrast, Douglas Doty, Donald Ogden Stewart||Nominated|
Book Review: David O. Selznick's Secretary Dishes the Dirt Under a Veil of Fiction in I Lost My Girlish LaughterBy KC on Oct 29, 2019 From Classic Movies
I Lost My Girlish Laughter Jane Allen with Jane Shore Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group Vintage, 2018 (Random House, 1938) With a foreboding title like I Lost My Girlish Laughter, I was sure this rediscovered roman ? clef written by David O. Selznick’s former secretary would be a harrowing rea... Read full article
Book Review-- Kirk and Anne: Letters of Love, Laughter and a Lifetime in HollywoodBy KC on May 11, 2017 From Classic Movies
Kirk and Anne: Letters of Love, Laughter and a Lifetime in Hollywood Kirk and Anne Douglas with Marcia Newberger TCM/Running Press, 2017 When I received Kirk and Anne: Letters of Love, Laughter and a Lifetime in Hollywood in my media swag bag for TCM Classic Film Festival, I didn't pay the book muc... Read full article
Risos, culpa e tabu: personagens travestidos no cinema / Laughter, guilt and taboo: A brief history of dressing in drag at the moviesBy L? on Oct 31, 2016 From Critica Retro
Risos, culpa e tabu: personagens travestidos no cinema / Laughter, guilt and taboo: A brief history of dressing in drag at the movies Ah, cinema! Uma fonte hist?rica maravilhosa, um espelho poderoso de como a sociedade pensava e se comportava d?cadas atr?s. Claro, nenhum pensamento ? un?nime,... Read full article
This will send you into 'shivers'...or into laughterBy vp19 on Aug 16, 2014 From Carole & Co.
"Supernatural" isn't the worst feature Carole Lombard ever made -- if she thought it had been, she'd have named it over "The Gay Bride" (or possibly the later "Fools For Scandal") -- but it's certainly the most atypical film in the Lombard canon. The very thought of putting Carole into a horror movi... Read full article
Laughter (Harry d?Abbadie d?Arrast, 1930)By Judy on Oct 23, 2011 From Movie Classics
I’ve finally managed to see pre-Code romantic comedy Laughter, starring Nancy Carroll, Fredric March and Frank Morgan. It was?in a very poor print online (at good old YT), but I’m just happy to have seen it at last. It has never been released on DVD – probably because neither of th... Read full article
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