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A Family Affair (1937) was a Comedy - Drama Film directed by George B. Seitz and produced by Lucien Hubbard and Samuel Marx.

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My Favorite Detective: A Novel Interlude – A Family Affair

By Michael on Jan 9, 2016 From Durnmoose Movie Musings

Back before Christmas I posted an article about Rex Stout’s Nero Wolfe introducing the character and talking about the concept of the armchair detective. In that article (which focused mostly on the radio adventures of the character) I noted that while I could probably find all of the original... Read full article

Stoker: It’s a Family Affair

By ScribeHard on Mar 28, 2013 From ScribeHard on Film

Your 18th birthday is the most significant birthday you will have in your life. ?Sure, other birthdays represent key life milestones (13 to become a teenager; 16 to get your license; 21 to drink legally; 30 and 40 and 50 to get to those nice round numbers); but turning 18 is most significant because... Read full article

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The first of sixteen Andy Hardy films starring Mickey Rooney.
Aurania Rouverol's play, "Skidding," opened in New York on 21 May 1928.
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