Season 67

  • The Play House (1921)

    Notable Buster Keaton "trick" short, most famous for an opening sequence in which Keaton plays nine different roles.

  • Double Wedding (1937)

    Loy's orchestration of her sister's wedding is upset by the presence of free-spirited bohemian Powell. The stars are the whole show in this clever adaptation...

  • Hips, Hips, Hooray! (1934)

    One of Wheeler & Woolsey's best vehicles is a lavish, risque musical comedy about their attempts to save Todd's ailing beauty business. Wild production numbers,...

  • Send Me No Flowers (1964)

    Hilarious marital farce with star turns from Doris Day and Rock Hudson.

  • You Can’t Take It with You (1938)

    Moss Hart play about eccentric but blissfully happy household becomes prime, highly entertaining Capracorn. Oscar winner for Best Picture and Director.

  • Animal Crackers (1930)

    Marx Brothers' second movie gives the zany foursome plenty of comic elbow- room. "Story" has to do with stolen painting, but never mind: Groucho performs...

  • Tillie’s Punctured Romance (1914)

    A comic curio, the first full- length comedy feature film, with Dressler repeating stage role as farm girl fleeced by city- slicker Chaplin (appearing...

  • Professional Sweetheart (1933)

    Good cast in a very funny radio spoof, with Rogers as airwaves star who becomes engaged to hick Foster in publicity stunt.

  • Love Before Breakfast (1936)

    Fast-starting comedy slows down to obvious ending, but Lombard (as object of Foster's and Romero's attention) is always worth watching. Preston Sturges worked uncredited on...

  • It Should Happen to You (1954)

    Holliday is Gladys Glover of Binghamton, N.Y., who has come to N.Y.C. to make a name for herself--and does so, by plastering her moniker...

  • This Is the Night (1932)

    Enjoyable romantic comedy in the Lubitsch mold, set in Paris and Venice, with Young hiring Damita to pose as his wife to help cover up...

  • Our Miss Brooks (1952)

    Amusing feature based on beloved TV series has Arden's Brooks trying to snag Rockwell's Mr. Boynton and interest Adams in journalism.

  • The Ladykillers (1955)

    Droll black comedy of not-so-bright crooks involved with seemingly harmless old lady. Guinness scores again (even his teeth are funny) with top-notch supporting cast...

  • He Did and He Didn’t (1916)

    Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle is at a high point in the exceptional silent farce, support by Arbuckle regulars Mabel Normand and Al St. John.

  • Unfaithfully Yours (1948)

    Brilliant Sturges comedy of symphony conductor Harrison, who suspects his wife of infidelity and considers three courses of action (including murder) during concert. Often side-splittingly...

  • Midnight (1939)

    Penniless Colbert masquerades as Hungarian countess in chic Parisian marital mixup; near-classic comedy written by Billy Wilder and Charles Brackett.

  • The Laurel-Hardy Murder Case (1930)

    Typical but hilarious Laurel and Hardy antics ensue when the boys find themselves mixed up in a murder case. Notable for being the first ...

  • The Awful Truth (1937)

    Hilarious screwball comedy; Cary and Irene divorce, she to marry hayseed Bellamy, he to wed aristocratic Lamont. Each does his best to spoil the other's...