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The Thin Man
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The Thin Man 1934

The first installment of one of the most successful detective serials in film history introduces stylish sleuthing spouses Nick and Nora Charles (William Powell and Myrna Loy), who -- between martinis -- investigate the disappearance of a wealthy inventor. Powell and Loy's quick-witted repartee in their crackling debut set a Hollywood tradition, but the film's rapid-fire mystery plot still delights modern viewers.

Release Date:June 30th, 1934
Running Time:93 minutes
Directed By:
No image existsW.S. Van Dyke
Written By:
No image existsDashiell Hammett
No image existsAlbert Hackett
No image existsWilliam Powell
No image existsMyrna Loy
No image existsMaureen O'Sullivan
No image existsNat Pendleton
No image existsMinna Gombell
No image existsPorter Hall
No image existsWilliam Henry
No image existsHarold Huber
No image existsCesar Romero
No image existsNatalie Moorhead
No image existsEdward Brophy
No image existsEdward Ellis
No image existsHenry Wadsworth
No image existsCyril Thornton

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The Thin Man Movie Review by Movie Addict (11/28/2009)

Nominated for four Academy Awards, it had the misfortune of going up against It Happened One Night. It is still the quintessential detective movie, and a very funny one at that. Even the dog was hilarious.

The Thin Man (Edward Ellis) exemplifies the adage, "There is no fool like an old fool." He trusted his secretary...

(complete The Thin Man review by Movie Addict)

The Thin Man Movie Review by Jessica Film Junkie (3/24/2007)

A hilarious and gin-soaked movie about a couple who have retired into their booze after the husband (William Powell) has led a successful life as a detective for several years.

They are called out of retirement to solve a mystery just for the hell of it.

Powell and Myrna Loy are terrific together, a perfect onscreen...

(complete The Thin Man review by Jessica Film Junkie)

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