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The Sunshine Boys (1975) starring Walter Matthau, George Burns

The Sunshine Boys

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The Sunshine Boys (1975) starring Walter Matthau, George Burns

Synopsis of The Sunshine Boys

George Burns won an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor as one of two feuding vaudevillian actors who are reunited for a television comeback in The Sunshine Boys.

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Carole Lombard: The Glamour Collection

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Carole Lombard: The Glamour Collection (Hands Across the Table / Love Before Breakfast / Man of the World / The Princess Comes Across / True Confession / and more)

Product description of Carole Lombard: The Glamour Collection

 An amazingly talented comedy actress with the face of an angel, Carole Lombard illuminated the silver screen with her sparkling wit and dazzling beauty. Now fans have a chance to reunite with six of her most hilarious and heartwarming films, together in one unforgettable collection.Join Carole as she travels to the seductive streets of Paris in Man of the World; gets shipwrecked on a tropical island in We’re Not Dressing; chases after the millionaire of her dreams in Hands Across the Table; chooses between two romantic rivals in Love Before Breakfast; travels the high seas to murder and mayhem in The Princess Comes Across; and takes to the witness stand in True Confession. It’s a DVD collector’s dream come true with one of Hollywood’s brightest stars!Read More »Carole Lombard: The Glamour Collection

Movie Movie 1978

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Movie Movie (1978) starring George Burns,Harry Hamlin, George C. Scott, Eli Wallach, Trish VanDevere, Kathleen Beller, Art Carney

Synopsis of Movie Movie

 This spoof of a ‘typical’ double-feature bill of the 1930s is introduced by George Burns, who explains that we’re about to see two classic films produced by the legendary Warren Brothers.

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Going in Style

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Going in Style (1979) movie review – George Burns, Art Carney, Lee Strasberg

 Going in Style is many things.  It is a commentary on how American society treats their aging citizens.  It is a wonderful acting vehicle for George Burns, Art Carney and Lee Strasberg.  In fact, George Burns won an Oscar for his performance.  It is a funny movie, but it is not a happy movie.

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