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10cf746e54 Charles goes on to explain to Vance that his latest case revolves around a "tall, thin man" (referring to Clyde Wynant), just before clips of the film are shown. Kildare's Victory (1942) I Married an Angel (1942) Cairo (1942) Journey for Margaret (1942) . Written by garykmcd Plot Summary Plot Synopsis Plot Keywords: murder sleuth wedding mistress police See All (19) Taglines: A laugh tops every thrilling moment! Genres: Comedy Crime Mystery Certificate: Not Rated See all certifications Parents Guide: View content advisory Edit Details Country: USA Language: English Release Date: 25 May 1934 (USA) See more Also Known As: De schaduwen van den misdaad See more Filming Locations: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios - 10202 W. – Submitted by Francis L (3 years ago) Nick Charles: The murderer is right in this room. Just before he departs for his long sabbatical, Wynant visits his upstairs office and discovers $50,000 in government bonds missing from his safe. Van Dyke had previously directed Manhattan Melodrama (1934), in which stars Powell and Loy had displayed their unique and charming chemistry in their first of 14 film pairings. Full Review… July 7, 2010 Variety Staff Variety Top Critic What enchants, really, is the relationship between Nick and Nora as they live an eternal cocktail hour, bewailing hangovers that only another little drink will cure, in a marvellous blend of marital familiarity and constant courtship.
[This was Hammett's fifth and final novel, written following The Maltese Falcon and The Glass Key.] The 'thin man' is actually the murder victim in the novel and film, and only appeared in the initial film. The script called for oysters to be served to the dinner guests and, in take after take, the same plate of oysters was brought out under the hot lights. Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland & Company. Turner Classic Movies. This film entertains on so many levels and establishes (not exploits) so many cliches that it should be mandatory viewing in any introductory film class.The plot of The Thin Man is pretty much peripheral to the performances by Low and Powell, but it is involving in its own way. It was a lot of pressure on the actors, who often had to learn new lines and business immediately before shooting, without the luxury of retakes, but Loy credited much of the appeal of the film to Van Dyke's pacing and spontaneity. The pair are witty, sophisticated and usually a bit tipsy, and Asta can do backflips.