Grab your favorite beverage and some popcorn and get ready for an enjoyable afternoon or evening with two funny, classic movies from the 1930's. They really don't make them like they used to!
My Man Godfrey - starring William Powell and Carole Lombard
While on a scavenger hunt, a spoiled, wealthy socialite (Irene), finds "a forgotten man" (Godfrey) living at the city dump and brings him home to be the family butler. This funny comedy was nominated for 6 Oscars.
Release date: September 17, 1936 (USA). 93 minutes.
A Bride for Henry - starring Anne Nagel, William Hull and Henry Mollison
When a young woman's fiance doesn't show up on the day of the wedding, she decides to go ahead with the wedding and marries her lawyer, Henry. Her fiance shows up on the honeymoon and there are lots of funny scenes between the three of them in this amusing, vintage romantic comedy.
Release date: September 29, 1937 (USA). 58 minutes.
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