Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Stage Door, 1937


A couple of weeks ago I saw Karyn's post about the film Stage Door. It's one of those movies that I could of sworn I'd seen, but really I hadn't. I finally watched it today and I just loved it! It stars Ginger Rogers, Katharine Hepburn, Lucille Ball and more. Quite the amazing cast! The story is super sweet and totally worth a watch if you haven't seen it already. Oh, and the clothes are fabulous! So many floral dresses, sailor outfits, playsuits and awesome coats! The 1930's just might be my favorite decade for fashion.







I hope you all are having a nice holiday! Mine has been great. I can't wait to show you some of the pretty things I got for Christmas! Talk to you soon! xo

23 comments:

Dakota said...

That's one of my favorites! When I first saw it I was 16, and I promptly fell head over heels for Ginger and Kate!

Amber Rose, Laughing With Broken Eyes said...

Ooh. I've never seen this but I really want to. I hope it's on Netflix on instant. :p

sarah said...

Ohh, I love this movie! The cast is almost too amazing to be true. It's been a while since I last saw it - now I want to watch it again!

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That's one of my favorites! When I first saw it I was 16, and I quickly dropped go over high heel shoes for Cinnamon and Kate!

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granny chic said...

I just found my New Year's outfit--the sparkly tux/tophat combo. So cute, and awesome movie!

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Swell Dame's Parlour said...

I saw too some days ago!!i just love the smart outfits and hairstyles and the dialogs are very clever!!Instant favorite!

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The assisting toss is amazing as well, Lucille Soccer tennis ball never losing a opportunity to grab a world or create a quip, Eve Arden quick on her high heel shoes. Andrea Leeds overacts a little, I think, but is usually excellent in her strenuous part as Kaye--she does an outstanding job on the stairs towards the end of the film.
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MarieBayArea said...

Thanks for the classic movie tip. I love these! Hope they keep coming...

Dawniepants said...

Oh that looks amazing I need to see it! I adore Katherine

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A amazing movie, clean & glowing, with great discussion infusing its wit & excitement. The rapid-fire corner discuss is still a real cure for visitors - as is the opportunity to see several excellent youthful stars beginning in their opportunities.
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Caitlin Shearer said...

Yes, i love it too! this is one of my favourite midnight movie discoveries ever.
The tragic ending really thew me - it begins with so many snappy, chortling girls and then just becomes so incredibly sad. amazing, though!

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Adolphe Menjou gives his regular stunning efficiency as an wrong creator, while Samuel S. Hinds is excellent as Hepburn's dad. Movie mavens will appreciate distinguishing several well known people in uncredited roles.
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La Cava is as excellent as they get when the going gets quick and challenging. He tells me of Erina Curtiz in this way, with areas complete of individuals going every which way and all if it generating sensation, front and qualifications, popular music and dialogue. You could check out "Stage Door" twice in a row and still want more. It's a screwball, and a incredible one.
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Cinnamon Rogers and Katharine Hepburn do fantastic work in this movie. Cinnamon does not flow much in this one, enabling her working capability to glow all the more. Hepburn's character's world where she requires the level on starting nights the perform is bitter-sweetly successful, and eventually left me in holes. This movie has that rapid-fire, crackling dialogue that was typical in videos of this era. Excellent film! You can check out it over and over.
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The helping throw is awesome as well, Lucille Little league golf soccer tennis ball never dropping a chance to pick up a world or make a quip, Eve Arden fast on her rearfoot sandals. Andrea Leeds overacts a little, I think, but is usually fantastic in her intense part as Kaye--she does an outstanding job on the steps towards the end of the movie.

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That's one of my favorites! When I first saw it I was 16, and I easily lowered go over rearfoot sandals for Sugar-cinnamon and Kate!

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Andrea Leeds overacts a little, I think, but is usually fantastic in her intense part as Kaye--she does an outstanding job on the steps towards the end of the movie.

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