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Raffles(1930)

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  • Coleman at his suavest

    • andy
    • 8/21/14

    I love this movie. I enjoy watching Ronald Colman in all his movies, but this is a lark and so enjoyable. Of course, Kay Francis adds the splash of sophisticated glamour and the two of them work well together. This should be available on dvd. Please show it again, soon.

  • Raffles (1930)

    • Mr. Blandings
    • 8/4/11

    Light adventure with Ronald Colman as the gentleman thief. What is nice about this film is that the always great Mr. Colman plays the character not as a cold, nerves-of-steel expert but rather as an amateur who knows that he's in over his head and wants to get out. While the reason for what started his "hobby" go unexplored, one gets that it is for the thrill of it, and that Raffles pulls one last haul for the sake of his friend, makes him a sympathetic character that you can root for.

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    • Mark Sutch
    • 4/8/11

    ***1/2

  • I am so excited to see this movie.

    • Jan
    • 10/6/09

    I have never seen this movie before on TCM or elsewhere, so I am so happy TCM is playing today. I think Ronald Colman is great and I have become a big fan of Kay Francis as well. I obviously can't rate it, but thank you TCM for bringing it!

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