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The Man Who Came to Dinner
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The Man Who Came to Dinner 1941


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Based on the play of the same name.

Release Date:January 1st, 1941
Running Time:112 minutes
Directed By:
No image existsWilliam Keighley
Written By:
No image existsJulius J. Epstein
No image existsPhilip G. Epstein
Starring:
No image existsBette Davis
No image existsAnn Sheridan
No image existsMonty Woolley
No image existsRichard Travis
No image existsJimmy Durante
No image existsBillie Burke
No image existsReginald Gardiner
No image existsElisabeth Fraser
No image existsGrant Mitchell
No image existsGeorge Barbier
No image existsMary Wickes
No image existsRussell Arms
No image existsBetty Roadman
No image existsRuth Vivian
No image existsEdwin Stanley
No image existsBetty Roadman

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The Man Who Came to Dinner Movie Review by Sunil (2/2/2008)

The Man who Came to Dinner is one of the first old movies I ever saw. I've seen it performed on stage multiple times since but I never get tired of watching the film. Monty Wooley as Mr. Whiteside is lovably despicable and Billie Burke and Bette Davis are wonderful to watch. A wonderfully timeless comedy about deception...

(complete The Man Who Came to Dinner review by Sunil)



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