rewster's Favorite Movies of the 1930s

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King Kong 1933, 100 min.

Merian C. Cooper     Starring: Fay WrayRobert ArmstrongBruce Cabot

Adventure    Jungle Film    Monster Film

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A Night at the Opera 1935, 91 min.

Sam Wood     Starring: Groucho MarxChico MarxHarpo Marx

Absurd Comedy    Comedy    Farce

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Duck Soup 1933, 68 min.

Leo McCarey     Starring: Harpo MarxGroucho MarxChico Marx

Absurd Comedy    Comedy    Farce

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Modern Times 1936, 87 min.

Charles Chaplin     Starring: Charles ChaplinHenry BergmanChester Conklin

Comedy    Satire    Silent Film

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A Day at the Races 1937, 111 min.

Sam Wood     Starring: Chico MarxHarpo MarxGroucho Marx

Comedy    Comedy of Errors    Slapstick

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The Son of Kong 1933, 70 min.

Ernest B. Schoedsack     Starring: Helen MackVictor WongFrank Reicher

Adventure    Fantasy    Horror

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Freaks 1932, 64 min.

Tod Browning     Starring: Wallace FordLeila HyamsOlga Baclanova

Drama    Horror    Melodrama

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The Mummy 1932, 73 min.

Karl Freund     Starring: Boris KarloffZita JohannDavid Manners

Horror    Monster Film    Pre-Code Hollywood

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The Band Concert 1935, 9 min.

Wilfred Jackson

Animation    Cartoon    Comedy

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