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Dinner at Eight
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Dinner at Eight 1934


description written by member J.F.J.:

The story of various collapsing lives of the upper classes culminating in a dinner party. This film boats two Barrymores and a great performance by 'The Wizard of Oz's Billie Burke.

Release Date:January 12th, 1934
Running Time:113 minutes
Directed By:
No image existsGeorge Cukor
Written By:
No image existsEdna Ferber
No image existsGeorge S. Kaufman
Starring:
No image existsJohn Barrymore
No image existsWallace Beery
No image existsLionel Barrymore
No image existsLee Tracy
No image existsEdmund Lowe
No image existsBillie Burke
No image existsLouise Closser Hale
No image existsMay Robson
No image existsGrant Mitchell
No image existsMarie Dressler
No image existsKaren Morley
No image existsJean Harlow
No image existsMadge Evans
No image existsJean Hersholt
No image existsKaren Morley
No image existsPhillips Holmes

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Dinner at Eight Movie Review by Jessica Film Junkie (3/8/2007)

A dramedy about the upper crust of New York society who are being summoned for an important dinner party. Everything falls apart under the weight of the Depression, alcoholism and adultery. Billie Burke (best known as Glinda The Good Witch in 1939's 'The Wizard of Oz') and Jean Harlow steal the movie from two, count 'em...

(complete Dinner at Eight review by Jessica Film Junkie)



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