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Nothing Sacred

Nothing Sacred

(Manufactured on Demand)
  • Release 24/01/2012
  • Film and TV Genre Comedy Video
  • Media Format DVD
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An over-eager newspaper reporter (Fredrich March) hot on the trail of a story ends up falling in love with his subject (Carole Lombard). But when her story turns out false, everyone involved goes beyond simple truth-bending to save face! This landmark screwball comedy was the first-ever to be shot in Technicolor (offering an amazing look at New York City in the 1930s), and features a brilliant musical score by Oscar Levant. This film also provided the foundation for a popular Broadway musical (Hazel Flagg) and the 1954 Martin & Lewis film Livin' It Up.

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Title: Nothing Sacred
Genre: Comedy Video
Starring: Walter Connolly, Sig Rumann, Fredric March, Charles Winninger, Carole Lombard
Director: William Wellman
Studio: American Pop Classic
Attributes: Manufactured on Demand
Release Date: 24/01/2012
Media Format: DVD
UPC: 874757036892
Run Time: 73 minutes
Year of Release: 1937