Topper movie trailer - starring Cary Grant, Billie Burke, Eugene Pallette, Roland Young, Hoagy Carmichael, Constance Bennett. Directed by Norman Z. McLeod. Genre: Comedy
Rating: Not Rated
New York editor Larry (Melvyn Douglas) and his Idaho ski instructor and new wife Karin (Greta Garbo) explaining things to his baffled colleagues (Roland Young, Ruth Gordon), when his forgotten girlfriend Griselda (Constance Bennett) rings, early in Two-Faced Woman, 1941.
(Greta) Garbo (as 'Karin') swims, still at the Idaho ski lodge, disagreeing with her ski student, magazine editor and new husband Larry (Melvyn Douglas) about who will return to New York, his partner (Roland Young) and secretary (Ruth Gordon) standing back, in George Cukor's Two-Faced Woman, ... more
Cary Grant and Constance Bennett are a couple of playful ghosts adding new life to a stuffy bank president (Roland Young), called Topper (1937).
Constance Bennett is on the lam from the Law of The Tropics (1941) in this remake of Oil For The Lamps Of China (1935).
Greta Garbo's last movie was the screwball comedy Two-Faced Woman (1941) about a woman who pretends to be her own twin sister to win back her straying husband.
Wild Bill Hickok Rides (1941) against a ruthless land baron (Warren William) while Belle Andrews (Constance Bennett) looks on.
The grittier side of this comedy, lawyer David (Neil Hamilton) with his client (Louis Carter), distraught over his lack of progress in his lawsuit over her husband's death, his new friend Adell (Constance Bennett), whose family is culpable, saving the day, in Two Against The World, 1932.
Pretty much a madcap heiress, Adell (Constance Bennett) manages a crack-up following her first meeting with honest lawyer David (Neil Hamilton) who's suing her family, cute business, in Warner Bros.' and Archie Mayo's Two Against The World, 1932.
Richards (Louis John Bartels) panics when Sylvia (Constance Bennett) takes a call from his wife, as the clique (including Basil Rathbone as 'Durand') confabs in an early scene from Sin Takes a Holiday, 1930.
The opening to the George Cukor-directed and Garson Kanin-scripted contemplation on celebrity, It Should Happen To You, 1954, starring Judy Holliday, Jack Lemmon, and writer Heywood Hale Broun as a bum in the park.
The producer of a radio crime series commits the perfect crime, then has to put the case on the air in The Unsuspected (1947).
On the ship to Paris, Syvia (Constance Bennett) dresses, then meets ladies-man Durand (Basil Rathbone), who's forgotten her name, in the ballroom, in Sin Takes A Holiday, 1930.
Director George Cukor introduces his principals, Melvyn Douglas as editor Larry Blake, Greta Garbo, in what no one knew would be her last movie, as ski instructor Karin Borg, in the notoriously unsuccessful Two-Faced Woman, 1941.
A dizzy model (Judy Holliday) in love with fame rents a billboard and puts her name on it in It Should Happen to You (1954) co-starring Jack Lemmon.
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