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THE CARY GRANT BLOGATHON: The Talk of the Town (1942)

Caftan Woman Posted by on Nov 29, 2016

An idea whose time has come! Phyllis Loves Classic Movies is hosting The Cary Grant Blogathon from November 29th to December 1st:  Day 1 - Day 2 - Day 3 Nora Shelley played by Jean Arthur is the prettiest little schoolteacher ever to grace a 1942 comedy/drama. Nora Shelley also owns the read more

THE CARY GRANT BLOGATHON: The Talk of the Town (1942)

Caftan Woman Posted by Caftan Woman on Nov 29, 2016

An idea whose time has come! Phyllis Loves Classic Movies is hosting The Cary Grant Blogathon from November 29th to December 1st.  Day 1 Nora Shelley played by Jean Arthur is the prettiest little schoolteacher ever to grace a 1942 comedy/drama.  Nora Shelley also owns the prettiest littl read more

The Talk of the Town (1942)

Flickers in Time Posted by Beatrice on Aug 23, 2014

The Talk of the Town Directed by George Stevens Written by Irwin Shaw and Sidney Buchman; adaptation by Dale Van Every from a story by Sidney Harmon 1942/USA Columbia Pictures Corporation Repeat viewing/Netflix rental   This is one of the few romantic comedies in which it is not obvious whom th read more

SUTS Blogathon: The Talk of the Town (1942)

Spoilers Posted by Marlee Walters on Aug 29, 2013

“For classic movie lovers, TCM’s annual Summer Under the Stars month-long programming event is like Christmas, the Oscars, the Super Bowl, and every Hollywood red carpet gala rolled into one. For 31 days, fans are treated to an embarrassment of cinematic riches – a collection of films featuri read more

The Talk of the Town(1942).

Noir and Chick Flicks Posted by Dawn on Dec 29, 2010

The Talk of the Town(1942). Cast: Cary Grant, Jean Arthur, Ronald Colman, Edgar Buchanan, and Glenda Farrell. The movie was adapted by Dale Van Every, Irwin Shaw and Sidney Buchman from the story by Sidney Harmon. It was directed by George Stevens. Mill worker and political activist Leopold Dilg read more