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We're Rich Again(1934)

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  • my favorite!

    • Keri
    • 5/28/16

    This is my favorite movie ever. I've seen films that have better scripts, better acting, better direction, &c., but none have the same charm or sheer fun of WE'RE RICH AGAIN. I love the in-film oogling of Buster Crabbe ("Erp") throughout, as he is mostly dressed only in swimtrunks for every scene - in contrast to the little to no objectification of women in the same way. I love Edna May Olivier's roving band of virile polo players, always there to cater to her every whim. I love the way the country cousin Marian Nixon turns out to be scheming and two-faced - but goes for a double-cross and uses her schemes to help her family. I love that the bride-to-be Joan Marsh is rarely seen without a book in hand if there's any excuse for her to have one, and this is never remarked upon or shown to be odd - and her happy ending is to go off to live alone in New York, to become a writer. I love Billie Burke here, in another of her ditzy mom roles, which plays off Buster Crabbe and Edna May Olivier for great comedy.It's a comedy that's a little bit slapstick, a little bit screwball, plenty feminist like so many early 30s "women's films" were, without quite fitting into that label. I wish it had more love and was available on DVD so that I could watch it more than once a year (it had a VHS release, but no DVD yet!). It aired in November 2013 and January 2015, but not since...

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