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|Genre/Form:||Screwball comedy films
Romantic comedy films
Video recordings for the hearing impaired
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||Sidney Buchman; Richard Boleslavsky; Mary McCarthy; Virginia Van Upp; F Hugh Herbert; Stanley Russell; H J Biberman; Charles Vidor; George Seaton; Ken Englund; Aleen Leslie; William Perlberg; Alexander Hall; Richard F Flournoy; Jack Henley; Kelley Roos; Samuel Bischoff; Richard Wallace; Irene Dunne; Melvyn Douglas; Thomas Mitchell; Thurston Hall; Elizabeth Risdon; Margaret McWade; Spring Byington; Nana Bryant; Henry Kolker; Robert Greig; Frederick Burton; Charles Boyer; Charles Coburn; Mona Freeman; Jerome Courtland; Elizabeth Patterson; Charles Dingle; Loretta Young; Ray Milland; Reginald Gardiner; Gail Patrick; Edmund Gwenn; Brian Aherne; Jeff Donnell; William Wright; Sidney Toler; Gale Sondergaard; Donald McBride; Lee Patrick; Don Costello; Richard Gaines; Joseph B Walker; Otto Meyer; Stephen Goossón; Morris Stoloff; Bernard Newman; Van Nest Polglase; Fay C Babcock; Jean Louis; Werner Richard Heymann; Sid Hickox; Viola Lawrence; Lionel Banks; Charles Nelson; Joseph Kish; Columbia Pictures Corporation,; Sony Pictures Home Entertainment (Firm),|
|Language Note:||In English with optional English subtitles; closed-captioned.|
|Notes:||Theodora goes wild is from an original story by Mary McCarthy.
Originally produced as motion pictures by Columbia Pictures Corporation in 1936, 1940, 1942, and 1944.
Title from container.
Special features: Disc 1: Original theatrical trailer; Previews. Disc 2: A color rhapsody cartoon: Mad hatter; Original theatrical trailers.
|Credits:||Theodora goes wild: photography, Joseph Walker ; film editor, Otto Meyer ; art director, Stephen Goosson ; musical direction, Morris Stoloff ; gowns, Bernard Newman.
Together again: director of photography, Joseph Walker ; film editor, Otto Meyer ; art direction, Stephen GoossoÌn and Van Nest Polglase ; set decoration, Fay Babcock ; gowns by Jean Louis ; musical score by Wener R. Heymann ; musical director, M.W. Stoloff.
The doctor takes a wife: director of photography, Sid Hickox ; film editor, Viola Lawrence ; art direction, Lionel Banks ; musical director, M.W. Stoloff.
A night to remember: director of photography, Joseph Walker ; film editor, Charles Nelson ; art direction, Lionel Banks ; interior decorator, Joseph Kish ; music by Werner R. Heymann ; musical director, M.W. Stoloff.
|Cast:||Theodora goes wild: Irene Dunne, Melvyn Douglas, Thomas Mitchell, Thurston Hall, Elisabeth Risdon, Margaret McWade, Spring Byington, Nana Bryant, Henry Kolker, Leona Maricle, Robert Greig, Frederick Burton.
Together again: Irene Dunne, Charles Boyer, Charles Coburn, Mona Freeman, Jerome Courtland, Elizabeth Patterson, Charles Dingle.
The doctor takes a wife: Loretta Young, Ray Milland, Reginald Gardiner, Gail Patrick, Edmund Gwenn.
A night to remember: Loretta Young, Brian Aherne, Jeff Donnell, William Wright, Sidney Toler, Gale Sondergaard, Donald MacBride, Lee Patrick, Don Costello, Richard Gaines.
|Target Audience:||Not rated by MPAA.|
|Description:||2 videodiscs (approximately 374 min.) : DVD video, sound, black and white ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Details:||DVD, NTSC, region 1, full screen (1.33:1); Dolby Digital.|
|Contents:||Disc 1: Theodora goes wild / screen play, Sidney Buchman ; directed by Richard Boleslawski (1936, 95 min.) --
Together again / screen play by Virginia Van Upp and F. Hugh Herbert ; story by Stanley Russell, Herbert Biberman ; produced by Virginia Van Upp ; directed by Charles Vidor (1944, 100 min.). Disc 2: The doctor takes a wife / screen play by George Seaton, Ken Englund ; story by Aleen Leslie ; produced by William Perlberg ; directed by Alexander Hall (1940, 88 min.) --
A night to remember / screen play by Richard Flournoy, Jack Henley ; story by Kelley Roos ; produced by Samuel Bischoff ; directed by Richard Wallace (1942, 92 min.).
|Other Titles:||Together again.
Night to remember.
Theodora goes wild.
Together again (Motion picture : 1944)
Doctor takes a wife.
Night to remember (Motion picture : 1942)
|Responsibility:||Columbia Pictures Corporation presents.|
Together again: The mayor's widow falls for a sculptor as he works on a statue of her late husband.
The doctor takes a wife: A feminist writer is forced to pretend she's married to a man whom she loathes.
A night to remember: A woman and her mystery writer husband take an apartment in Greenwich Village and almost immediately find themselves in the middle of a genuine murder case.
- Women authors -- Drama.
- Anonyms and pseudonyms -- Drama.
- Widows -- Drama.
- Sculptors -- United States -- Drama.
- Man-woman relationships -- Drama.
- Feminists -- United States -- Drama.
- Marriage -- United States -- Drama.
- Married people -- United States -- Drama.
- Murder -- Investigation -- United States -- Drama.
- Anonyms and pseudonyms.
- Man-woman relationships.
- Married people.
- Murder -- Investigation.
- Women authors.
- United States.