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Actors of "The Thin Man"
Characters of "The Thin Man"
Directors of "The Thin Man"W.S. Van DykeBirthdate: 21 March 1889, San Diego, California, USA
Creators of "The Thin Man"Albert HackettBirthdate: 16 February 1900, New York City, New York, USAFrances GoodrichBirthdate: 21 December 1890, Belleville, New Jersey, USA
Critic Reviews of "The Thin Man"Chicago ReaderFebruary 10, 2012
One of the most popular comedies ever made.VarietyJuly 07, 2010
The Thin Man was an entertaining novel, and now it's an entertaining picture.Time OutFebruary 09, 2006
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.New York TimesMay 20, 2003
An excellent combination of comedy and excitement.Chicago Sun-TimesJanuary 06, 2003
The Thin Man was one of the most popular films of 1934, inspired five sequels, and was nominated for four Oscars (best picture, actor, direction and screenplay). Yet it was made as an inexpensive B-picture.Empire MagazineFebruary 10, 2012
Tense and slick, this early thriller remains a true masterpiece.Film4February 10, 2012
Truly, a film in which there is never a dull moment.EmanuelLevy.ComMay 07, 2011
There's wonderful chemistry between William Powell and Myrna Loy, who make sleuthing, marriage and drinking cool and sexyCinePassionNovember 28, 2009
A style of pure ebullienceFilm and FeltJuly 14, 2009
As charming as its headliners are, The Thin Man is brought down to the merely solid level by its flimsy narrative.Ozus' World Movie ReviewsAugust 09, 2007
One can't say enough good things about the playful interplay between Powell and Loy.Filmcritic.comJuly 31, 2005
The Thin Man, produced way back in 1934, just isn't that funny any more.
Gallery of "The Thin Man"