My Man Godfrey (1936) was a Romance - Comedy Film directed by Gregory La Cava and produced by Gregory La Cava and Charles R. Rogers.
The film was based on the novel of the same name and also Short Story "1101 Park Avenue" written by Eric S. Hatch published in 1935 (novel); year n/a (short story).
My Man Godfrey was inducted into the National Film Registry in 1999.
Academy Awards 1936 --- Ceremony Number 9 (source: AMPAS)
|Best Actor||William Powell||Nominated|
|Best Supporting Actor||Mischa Auer||Nominated|
|Best Actress||Carole Lombard||Nominated|
|Best Supporting Actress||Alice Brady||Nominated|
|Best Director||Gregory La Cava||Nominated|
|Best Writing||Eric Hatch, Morris Ryskind||Nominated|
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Irene: Godfrey's gonna be our butler.
Angelica Bullock: He's gonna be who's butler?
Irene: He's gonna work for us.
Angelica Bullock: Oh, that's ridiculous. You don't know anything about him. He hasn't any recommendations...
Irene: Well, the last one had recommendations and stole all the silver.
Angelica Bullock: Well, that was merely a coincidence.
Godfrey: People who take in stray cats say they make the best pets, madam.
Angelica Bullock: I don't see what cats have got to do with butlers.
Godfrey: Do you think you could follow an intelligent conversation for a minute?
Irene: I'll try.
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Was selected for preservation by the national film registry in 1999, being referred to as culturally significant by the United States Library of Congress.
Mischa Auer's character Carlo repeatedly sings "Ochi Chornya" in this movie. Nine years later in And Then There Were None his character Prince Nikita Starloff begins playing the first few notes of "Ochi Chornya" on the piano before meeting his demise.
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