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Bringing Up Baby (1938) starring Cary Grant, Katharine Hepburn, Charles Ruggles, directed by Howard Hawks

Bringing Up Baby

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Bringing Up Baby (1938) starring Cary Grant, Katharine Hepburn, Charles Ruggles, directed by Howard Hawks

Synopsis of Bringing Up Baby

In Bringing Up Baby, the hilarity doesn’t let up for a moment. It’s a classic screwball comedy starring Cary Grant and the irrepressible Katherine Hepburn. Grant plays David Huxely. He’s an up-tight, stuffy paleontologist. While on a golf course, he has a run-in with the irrepressible, unfathomable Susan Vance (Hepburn). She’s an imp if ever there was. Deciding on the spot that David is the man for her, she proceeds to bedevil him at every turn with classic comedy results.

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Papa’s Delicate Condition, starring Jackie Gleason, Glynnis Johns

Papa’s Delicate Condition

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Papa’s Delicate Condition (1963) starring Jackie Gleason, Glynis Johns, Charles Ruggles, Linda Bruhl

In Papa’s Delicate Condition, t the turn of the century in a small Texas town an amiable family man gets in a scrape when he drinks too much.

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The Invisible Woman (1940), starring Virginia Bruce, Charles Lane, John Barrymore

The Invisible Woman

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The Invisible Woman (1940), starring Virginia Bruce, Charles Lane, John Barrymore

The original  The Invisible Man was a horror movie, mostly faithful to the original novel by H.G. Wells.   The sequel,  The Invisible Man Returns starring  Vincent Price was equal parts horror movie, romance, and crime story.   In contrast,  The Invisible Woman is a comedy — a very enjoyable comedy.

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