Song of the Thin Man (1947) was a Comedy - Crime Film directed by Edward Buzzell and produced by Nat Perrin.
The Song of The Thin Man (1947)By 4 Star Film Fan on Jan 3, 2019 From 4 Star Films
The Song of The Thin Man is really and truly the swan song of the series and while I did enjoy most of the additions, there is a sense that it was time to end the franchise. The year is 1947. The war is over. Things have changed. It really has little to do with William Powell and Myrna Loy being old... Read full article
Nick and Nora sign off with... Song of the Thin Man (1947)By Michaela on Jul 13, 2015 From Love Letters to Old Hollywood
This post is part of the wonderful 1947 Blogathon, which covers many of the fabulous films from that year. Click here to check out the many other fun entries! You'll be surprised at how many great works appeared in 1947. Be sure to check in tomorrow, the 14th, for my second entry in the blogathon. I... Read full article
Song of the Thin Man (1947, Edward Buzzell)By Andrew Wickliffe on Dec 30, 2014 From The Stop Button
Song of the Thin Man has a lot of strong sequences and the many screenwriters sting them together well enough, but can’t figure out a pay-off. Some of the problem seems to be the brevity–while director Buzzell does an adequate job and Charles Rosher’s cinematography is good, none o... Read full article
Song of the Thin Man (1947)on Jul 3, 2014 From Journeys in Classic Film
We aren’t done honoring Nick and Nora yet, but this is the final Thin Man movie for the week. Song of the Thin Man was a financial disappointment upon release, that, coupled with the production issues during The Thin Man Goes Home cemented the decision to continue the franchise. It’s und... Read full article
Song of the Thin Man (1947)By Duke Mantee on Jan 27, 2013 From Spoilers
As little as is known about Manny Klein, who dubbed Monty Clift in From Here to Eternity, even less is known about the anonymous clarinet players behind Don Taylor and Keenan Wynn?s characters in Song of the Thin Man. Song of the Thin Man was the sixth in the series starring William Powell and Myrn... Read full article
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Nora Charles: I'm practically under the table now, but not the way I like to be.
Taxi Driver: Follow that car?
Nora Charles: Movie fan.
Clarence 'Clinker' Krause: [utters impenetrable stream of jazz-cat hipster argot]
Nick Charles: Mrs. Charles always wears her mouth open with this outfit.
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