Min and Bill (1930) was a Comedy - Drama Film directed by George W. Hill and produced by George W. Hill and Harry Rapf.
The film was based on the novel Dark Star written by Lorna Moon published in 1929.
Academy Awards 1930/31 --- Ceremony Number 4 (source: AMPAS)
|Best Actress||Marie Dressler||Won|
"Min and Bill," or Punch Drunk LoveBy David on Mar 13, 2013 From The Man on the Flying Trapeze
By the time she appeared in the 1930 film "Min and Bill," Marie Dressler was in her early 60s and had been performing for 38 years. Along the way she had befriended a powerful ally in screenwriter Frances Marion, who had adapted "Min and Bill" from a book written by her friend, Lorna Moon. The final... Read full article
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Bella Pringle: Ah, c'mon. C'mon, Bill, show us the bottom of the bottle.
Bill, a fisherman: Say, you're just like a sieve, aint yuh?
Bill, a fisherman: What's the matter? She ain't done nothing.
Policeman: She knows.
Bill, a fisherman: Aw, don't get tough with her.
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