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Ah, Wilderness! (1935) was a Comedy - Drama Film directed by Clarence Brown and produced by Clarence Brown and Hunt Stromberg.

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Richard 'Dick' Miller: I'm afraid I was born a hundred years before my time.
Muriel McComber: I was born ten days ahead of mine.


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This film was the first to have media ads taken out campaigning for an Academy Award. The ads depicted MGMs Leo the Lion holding an Oscar, reading "You've given so much, Leo - now get ready to receive!" Despite the ads (or perhaps because of them) the film received no Academy Award nominations.
The gazebo in this film, a symbol of the typical American town, was built specially for the movie.
The original production opened at the Guild Theater (New York) on October 2, 1933 and played for 289 performances. The original cast included actor/song writer/playwright George M. Cohan. The play has been revived on Broadway four times since the original production.
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