After the Thin Man (1936)


Directed by: W.S. Van Dyke

Stars: William Powell, Myrna Loy, James Stewart

Language: English | Subtitles: English (embed)

Country: Usa | Imdb Info | Ar: 1.370 | Brrip

Description: Private detective Nick Charles and his wealthy wife Nora are back home at last and hoping for a quiet New Year when there is a murder. The obvious suspect is his wife, Nora’s cousin, Selma.


4.51GB | 112:13mins | 1480×1080 | mkv



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How to Be a Detective (8:49) – Directed Felix E. Feist, this 1936 Robert Benchley short offers another short — and mostly light-hearted — lesson on helpful ways to catch a criminal. Crime doesn’t pay, says the Hays Code. | imdb

61MB | 8:49mins | 720×396 | mkv | English


The Early Bird and the Worm – Also from the same year, this Happy Harmonies cartoon features a chipper bluebird trying to devour a flute-playing worm, but a cunning rattlesnake and two lazy crows — clearly modelled after the blackface comedy team “Moran and Mack”, and who aren’t too offensively portrayed but just really ain’t all that funny — almost beat our hero to the punch. They end up getting along, of course. | imdb

103MB | 9:14mins | 720×396 | mkv | English


Lux Radio Theater Broadcast  – Originally airing on 6/17/1940, this vintage condensed adaptation of After the Thin Man features William Powell and Myrna Loy reprising their lead roles as Nick and Nora.

133MB | 59:35mins | 854×480 | mkv | English


Leo is On the Air – This short installment of MGM’s long-running radio series, which originally aired in 1936, promotes After the Thin Man with a plot summary and several audio clips from the movie.

29MB | 14:27mins | 854×480 | mkv | English

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4 Responses to After the Thin Man (1936)

  1. dmiller says:

    Thank you.

  2. guga says:

    Thank you o much

    One question. Can you (or others) post the movie “A guy, a girl and a pal” from 1945 ?

    The imdb reference is this:

  3. Tony says:

    As always, thanks for the cartoon shorts.

  4. Ralphus says:

    This is one of the very rare times that Jimmy Stewart actually plays a villain!

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