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The latest MGM vehicle for Jeanette MacDonald and Nelson Eddy is a low point for the musical duo.
William Wyler’s new film for MGM is a timely testament to London with an outstanding lead performance from Greer Garson.
MGM has cast Van Heflin in another crime thriller, this time as a private eye trying to solve a murder in Grand Central Station.
With its flimsy story and flat, obnoxious characters, “Tortilla Flat” showcases director Victor Fleming and star Spencer Tracy at their worst.
Bud Abbott and Lou Costello shift from Universal to MGM with the unbearable “Rio Rita,” their first film at the studio.
MGM ups Van Heflin to leading-man status for the solid B thriller “Kid Glove Killer,” director Fred Zinnemann’s debut feature.
In George B. Seitz’s “The Courtship of Andy Hardy,” Mickey Rooney plays the all-American womanizer and troublemaker Andy Hardy for the twelfth time.
In The Old Hollywood Times’ second podcast, we talk with Joan Kramer and David Heeley about “Woman of the Year” and Katharine Hepburn.
In the duo’s dazzling debut, Katharine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy fight and fall in love in George Steven’s “Woman of the Year.”
MGM is excited about their new pairing of Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn, but Hepburn is reportedly less than pleased with new changes to the film’s ending.