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Hands Across the Table(1935)

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  • hands across the table

    • kevin sellers
    • 9/29/17

    Count me with Mr. Blandings on this one. Don't believe there was even one moment of hilarity in the entire thing and maybe a couple chuckles overall. The usually good comedy writer Norman Krasna not only phoned this one in, he reversed the charges, so the viewer is stuck paying for it. D plus.

  • Good up until the end then it falls apart

    • Allyson
    • 9/15/17

    I had high hopes for this film. I really did. I like everyone in the cast. However, this is one time in a movie where poor Ralph Bellamy should have gotten the girl. I am actually ANGRY that she ended up with MacMurray. Fred MacMurray was surprisingly sexy in the flick up until the last fifteen minutes or so. I cannot figure out why she would choose him, nor why Bellamy didn't fight harder for her. I was frustrated by the time the movie was over. If the ending were different- say Fred actually DID have money or she ended up with Bellamy- I would rate this a 5. However, for the unbelievable and rather downer ending, I give it a 2.5

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    • Mr. Blandings
    • 8/29/11

    Once again, Ralph Bellamy plays the fall guy but this time there's nothing remotely humorous about it in this unfunny, almost depressing, movie. Lombard's character only wants to marry a rich guy with love having nothing to do with it but she still doesn't even see rich guy Bellamy as a viable target just because he's in a wheel chair. Hers and MacMurray's characters are so inherantly unlikeable that while they do deserve each other, Bellamy doesn't deserve to be treated like he is. A racist scene against Chinese people also works against this failed attempt at screwball comedy. Whitey the Cat is the only thing worth watching in this film.

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    • Sonia
    • 11/11/10

    Um filme leve e divertido com a grande estrela Carole Lombard Comdia brilhante com uma energia empolgante. Grande filme.

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    • Mike
    • 8/18/06

    The Lombard formula is perfected by Leisen with Krasna-Parker dialog and Macmurray.

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