The Thin Man Goes Home (1945) was a Comedy - Crime Film directed by Richard Thorpe and produced by Everett Riskin.
The Thin Man Goes Home (1945)By 4 Star Film Fan on Jan 2, 2019 From 4 Star Films
Sometimes it’s necessary to go back to the basics. We’ve been introduced to the social elite of New York and San Francisco, invited along to giant family estates, and frequented the race track and wrestling rings. It only makes sense that at some point we would finally be introduced to t... Read full article
The Thin Man Goes Home (1945, Richard Thorpe)By Andrew Wickliffe on Dec 29, 2014 From The Stop Button
The Thin Man Goes Home is very genial. It would be hard for it not to be genial given some of the supporting cast is around just to be genial–familiar character actors like Edward Brophy, Donald Meek and Harry Davenport are around to be likable. And why shouldn’t William Powell and Myrna... Read full article
The Thin Man Goes Home (1945)on Jul 2, 2014 From Journeys in Classic Film
Remember yesterday’s review when I said no matter the individual film’s flaws there’s a consistently high level of quality? We’re starting to see a chink in the armor today. The Thin Man Goes Home was a troubled production, especially in light of the death of the preeminent d... Read full article
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Brogan: Well, cut off my legs and call me Shorty.
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Liberal drinking of alcohol, a mainstay of the first four "Thin Man" movies, was curtailed for this movie due to wartime liquor rationing.
This movie was to begin production in 1942, but Myrna Loy refused the part. Instead, she went to New York to marry car rental heir John Hertz, Jr., and worked for the Red Cross war-relief effort. The movie almost began shooting with Irene Dunne as Nora Charles.
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