The Awful Truth / Ruggles of Red Gap Movie Poster
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  • Comedy
  • 18 Fan Ratings

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Synopsis

<br> THE AWFUL TRUTH, 1937, Sony Repertory, 92 min. Dir. Leo McCarey. McCarey won a Best Director Oscar for this side-splitting masterpiece in which Irene Dunne and Cary Grant decide to divorce…but darn it, it just doesn’t seem to take. With Ralph Bellamy (in his defining "other man" role), Alex D’Arcy, (Miss) Cecil Cunningham and Joyce Compton, who steals the show with her unique rendition of "Gone With The Wind." <br><br> RUGGLES OF RED GAP, 1935, Universal, 92 min. Dir. Leo McCarey. Another McCarey classic stars Charles Laughton as a veddy proper English valet who’s won in a poker game by a man from the Wild West (Charlie Ruggles). And thus the clash of cultures commences. With Mary Boland, ZaSu Pitts, Roland Young, Leila Hyams and many others. And remember: always bring the pot to the kettle!

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