Love Me Tonight (1932) Draft

Delightful comedy, set in France with just the one Frenchman (Chevalier) romancing Jeanette MacDonald (before her pairing with Nelson Eddy)

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VAMPYR (1932) DRAFT

Weird editing, and strange images in the version I've found make this somewhat confusing, but creepy nevertheless...

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LA CHIENNE (1931) DRAFT

Film unavailable (as at 9.9.22)

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M (1931)

Is this really about the hunt for a child murderer? Or has it more to say about a corrupt German society of the 1930s?

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The Public Enemy (1931)

A Cagney gangster movie in which his career begins with roller skates, goes awry at the sight of a polar bear and ends with two unhappy mummies.

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City Lights (1931) (Spoilers)

Chaplin's tramp is stuck in a silent past, still getting sentimental about unfortunate young women that he has no hope of capturing.

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Frankenstein (1931)

A remarkable film despite its many weaknesses, with Boris Karloff's creature at its heart.

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Le Million (1931)

Currently unavailable

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Tabu (1931)

You liked Eskimos? You'll love South Sea Islanders!

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All Quiet On The Western Front (1930)

The film's title has become divorced from its origins (the book, by Erich Maria Remarque) to mean something rather mundane - "nothing to report". In fact, of course, the film's story set during the First World War is anything but quiet. So, what does it mean?

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A Nous La Liberté (1931) (SPOILERS)

A light satire on modern life's reliance on the development of technology; a comedy reminiscent of Chaplin and Keaton and a precursor to Jacques Tati; or a paean to the simple life of being with a buddy?

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Little Caesar (1930)

A hypnotic performance by the star makes this a worthy entry in 1001 Movies.

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