YouTube: The Thin Man

Who doesn’t love Nick and Nora Charles? What man doesn’t wish to be as debonair as William Powell? What woman doesn’t look at Myrna Loy and feel anguish because she can never reach that pinnacle of womanhood?

The Thin Man Trailer (Powell, Loy)

mystery comedy thriller. 1934.

The “Thin Man” witty lines

A mix of some funny scenes and lines from “The Thin Man” movie series with William Powell and Myrna Loy.

Excerpts from “The Thin Man”, “The Shadow of the Thin Man” and “After the Thin Man”.

The Thin Man

The Thin Man

Nick + Nora = Perfect.

A tribute to the great Nick and Nora Charles! All clips are from the Thin Man films, EXCEPT for the very first one, which also happens to be the worst quality (but i thought it was funny i couldn’t help sticking it in).

Disclaimer: I do not own “The Thin Man.”

Song: “Love” by Nat King Cole =)


Tribute to Miss Myrna Loy. The “Perfect Wife” of the 30’s and 40’s.

Better Together

Myrna Loy and William Powell, the greatest classic movie duo. They starred in fourteen films together between 1934 and 1947(thirteen are in this video).

William Powell and Myrna Loy in Love Crazy

From 1941.

Singing Dancing Myrna Loy, 1930

Myrna Loy, singing, dancing, strutting, paying her dues to become a big Hollywood star. Also in the film: Loretta Young, Conway Tearle, David Manner and J. Farrell MacDonald. “Playin’ Around” and “Daddy, I Have To Have You” are performed by Miss Loy. Please advise if you know who the voice dubber is.

Myrna Loy Documentary – Part 1 of 6

Who doesn’t love Myrna Loy??? This documentary runs from her early beginnings as an extra in silents along with her lifelong friend Joan Crawford, to her role in Noah’s Ark with Dolores Costello, rediscovered early technicolor film of her in a Chinese Fantasy dance scene, throughout her long and distinguished career in such famous films as Manhattan Melodrama, The Great Ziegfeld, The Thin Man Series, The Best Years Of Our Lives, Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House, Belles On Their Toes, to her next to last performance in the TV movie Summer Solstice with Henry Fonda. Also highlighted is her work with the Red Cross during WWII, with UNESCO, with political causes, her stage career late in life, and the high honors she received for her lifetime work. Thanks to Steve Pyong for this wonderful documentary!

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William Powell Documentary – Part 1 of 4

Witty, sophisticated, sexy, debonair… how I love William Powell! This documentary takes us through his full illustrious career from his beginnings as a student of the theatre to his gracious retirement from the screen. One or two film clips in this first part are in less than stellar condition due to age. Thanks to Steve Pyong for this wonderful documentary.

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How I love YouTube!!

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