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    The Awful Truth

    Married couple Lucy and Jerry Warriner both suspect the other of cheating and find themselves in divorce court. Before their divorce becomes final, Jerry and Lucy Warriner both do their best to ruin each other's plans for remarriage, Jerry to haughty socialite Molly Lamont, she to oil-rich bumpkin Daniel Leeson.
    Duration: 91 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 1937
    IMDb: 7.7
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  • Actors of "The Awful Truth"

  • Characters of "The Awful Truth"

    Lucy Warriner. Character of The Awful Truth
    Played by: Irene Dunne
    Jerry Warriner. Character of The Awful Truth
    Played by: Cary Grant
    Daniel Leeson. Character of The Awful Truth
    Played by: Ralph Bellamy
    Armand Duvalle. Character of The Awful Truth
    Aunt Patsy. Character of The Awful Truth
    Barbara Vance. Character of The Awful Truth
    Played by: Molly Lamont
    Mrs. Leeson. Character of The Awful Truth
    Played by: Esther Dale
    Dixie Belle Lee. Character of The Awful Truth
    Played by: Joyce Compton
    Frank Randall. Character of The Awful Truth
    Played by: Robert Allen
    Mr. Vance. Character of The Awful Truth
    Played by: Robert Warwick
    Mrs. Vance. Character of The Awful Truth
    Played by: Mary Forbes
  • Directors of "The Awful Truth"

    Leo McCarey. Director of The Awful Truth
    Leo McCarey
    Birthdate: 3 October 1896, Los Angeles, California, USA
  • Creators of "The Awful Truth"

    ViƱa Delmar. Director of The Awful Truth
    ViƱa Delmar
    Birthdate: 29 January 1903, New York City, New York, USA
    Arthur Richman. Director of The Awful Truth
    Arthur Richman
    Birthdate: 16 April 1886, New York City, New York, USA
  • Critic Reviews of "The Awful Truth"

    Chicago Reader
    May 27, 2008

    Leo McCarey's largely improvised 1937 film is one of the funniest of the screwball comedies, and also one of the most serious at heart.

    Time Out
    June 24, 2006

    Zappy, sophisticated screwball comedy with Grant and Dunne displaying perfect timing.

    New York Times
    May 21, 2003

    To be frank, The Awful Truth is awfully unimportant, but it is also one of the more laughable screen comedies of 1937, a fairly good vintage year.

    May 27, 2008

    A joy.

    Reel Film Reviews
    April 10, 2007

    ...has earned its reputation as one of the most effective screwball comedies from the 1930s.

    November 09, 2006

    One of the best screwball comedies (of remarriage) ever made, based on the astute mise-en-scene of director Leo McCarey (who won an Oscar) and superb turns from Cary Grant and Irene Dunne as the sparrying partners.
    February 17, 2006

    The look of love [Grant] gives co-star Irene Dunne, captured not in a close-up but a medium-wide shot, could melt anyone.

    Decent Films Guide
    February 10, 2006

    One should be rooting for Cary Grant to get the girl, which means he ought to deserve her — and if that's more or less the case here, well, it's only because the girl turns out to be no great shakes either.

    Ozus' World Movie Reviews
    January 07, 2006

    A smart screwball comedy from the 1930s that's given the Lubitsch touch by director Leo McCarey.

    Combustible Celluloid
    December 06, 2005

    Its sophistication convinced the Academy that it was more than "just" a comedy and they awarded McCarey the Best Director Oscar

    Nick's Flick Picks
    August 16, 2003

    Episodic but sublime screwball comedy, with Grant and Dunne at their most alluring.

    April 04, 2003

    As pleasurable as anything a Hollywood studio and the star system ever produced.

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