The Testament of Dr. Mabuse
“The Testament of Dr. Mabuse” is a thrilling crime movie released in 1933. It follows a detective who ends up in an asylum run by Professor Baum, where he discovers the obsession of the professor with the criminal genius Dr. Mabuse, a hypnotist. As Mabuse’s notes are found to be linked to a series of crimes, Commissioner Lohmann must uncover how Mabuse is communicating with the criminals and capture him once and for all. With a talented cast including Rudolf Klein-Rogge and Camilla Spira, this movie is sure to keep you on the edge of your seat.
“King Kong” is a thrilling adventure film from 1933 that follows filmmaker Carl Denham as he embarks on a groundbreaking project. Together with his leading lady Ann Darrow and first mate Jack Driscoll, they stumble upon a legendary creature on a mysterious island. The movie captures their journey to bring this extraordinary monster, known as Kong, to the big screen, making it a must-watch for fans of action and fantasy. Starring Robert Armstrong, Fay Wray, Bruce Cabot, and more, “King Kong” was released on March 15, 1933, and quickly became a sensation.
The Invisible Man
“The Invisible Man” is a thrilling sci-fi movie from 1933 that tells the story of scientist Jack Griffin, played by Claude Rains. After conducting an experiment on himself that made him invisible, Griffin’s mind becomes warped, turning him into an aggressive and dangerous individual. With an impressive cast including Gloria Stuart and William Harrigan, this movie takes you on a suspenseful journey as Griffin tries to reverse the effects of the experiment while causing chaos along the way. Released on November 3, 1933, it’s no wonder this film made it to the list of the 20 Best Voted Movies of that year.
“Busy Bodies” is a hilarious short film from 1933 that follows the misadventures of Laurel and Hardy at a sawmill. Watch as they hilariously battle with inanimate objects, their co-workers, and even the laws of physics during a typical work day. With a star-studded cast and a release date of October 7, 1933, this movie is sure to keep you entertained with its slapstick comedy and timeless humor.
“Duck Soup” is a hilarious comedy from 1933 that follows Rufus T. Firefly, who becomes the president/dictator of the bankrupt country Freedonia. In a bizarre turn of events, he declares war on neighboring Sylvania, all because of his love for wealthy Mrs. Teasdale. With an incredible cast including Groucho, Harpo, Chico, and Zeppo Marx, along with Margaret Dumont and others, this movie is sure to keep you laughing from start to finish. It was released on November 12, 1933, and is considered one of the best movies of that year.
Design for Living
“Design for Living” is a captivating romantic comedy released on December 29, 1933. Starring Fredric March, Gary Cooper, and Miriam Hopkins, the film tells the story of an independent woman torn between two men she loves. With a talented cast and an intriguing plot, this movie is definitely one of the best voted films of 1933.
“Baby Face” is a captivating movie from 1933 that tells the story of a young woman who cleverly uses her charm and sexuality to climb the social ladder. Starring Barbara Stanwyck, George Brent, and an impressive cast, this film explores the protagonist’s journey as she questions whether her newfound status will truly bring her happiness. Released on July 13, 1933, it’s one of the best-voted movies of that year, making it a must-watch for fans of classic cinema.
Gold Diggers of 1933
“Gold Diggers of 1933” is a delightful musical comedy set during the Great Depression. It follows the story of Carol and her showgirl friends, Trixie and Polly, as they face tough times when Broadway shuts down. Luckily, a wealthy songwriter named Brad comes to their rescue by funding a new Depression-themed musical. However, things get complicated when Brad’s high-society brother threatens to disown him, leading Carol and her gold-digging pals to hatch a plan to keep the show going, while also attracting a couple of millionaires along the way. With a star-studded cast including Joan Blondell, Ruby Keeler, and Ginger Rogers, this film is a must-watch for fans of classic Hollywood cinema.
Lady for a Day
“Lady for a Day” is a heartwarming 1933 film that tells the story of Apple Annie, a never-wed and financially struggling woman who has always pretended to be a member of New York’s high society in her letters to her daughter. When her daughter unexpectedly arrives in America with her fiancé and his father, Annie fears that her deception will be exposed and her daughter’s happiness ruined. Starring Warren William, May Robson, and a talented ensemble cast, this movie takes you on a journey filled with love, desperation, and the power of a mother’s sacrifice. Released on September 13, 1933, it’s definitely a must-watch from the best voted movies of that year.
Sons of the Desert
“Sons of the Desert” is a hilarious 1933 comedy starring the iconic duo Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy. In this film, they cleverly trick their wives into believing they are embarking on a necessary cruise, when in reality, they are off to a lodge convention. With a stellar cast and a release date just before the end of the year, this movie is definitely one of the best voted films of 1933.
“Footlight Parade” is a captivating 1933 musical film starring James Cagney, Joan Blondell, Ruby Keeler, and Dick Powell. Set in the world of live musical productions, it follows a determined producer who faces numerous challenges from his workers, financiers, and even his greedy ex-wife. With a stellar cast and a release date of October 21, 1933, this movie promises to be a delightful and entertaining experience for fans of classic cinema.
“Queen Christina” is a captivating historical drama set in 17th century Sweden. Greta Garbo delivers a remarkable performance as the titular character, a beloved queen torn between her duty to her country and her forbidden love for a Spanish envoy. Released in 1933, this film showcases a compelling story of love, loyalty, and the difficult choices one must make in the pursuit of happiness.
“42nd Street” is a classic 1933 movie that tells the story of a producer’s last-ditch effort to put on a Broadway show. When the star unexpectedly drops out, a talented chorus girl steps in to save the day. Starring Warner Baxter, Bebe Daniels, and Ginger Rogers, this film is a must-watch for fans of old Hollywood glamour and captivating musical numbers.
Dinner at Eight
“Dinner at Eight” is a captivating 1933 movie that revolves around an ambitious New York socialite who plans an extravagant dinner party while her husband deals with financial troubles, causing tension in their relationship. The film follows the lives of their high-society friends and associates, including a gruff businessman and his seductive spouse, as they navigate their own complicated situations, leading to surprising revelations at the highly anticipated dinner. Starring Marie Dressler, John Barrymore, Wallace Beery, Jean Harlow, Lionel Barrymore, Lee Tracy, Edmund Lowe, Billie Burke, Madge Evans, and Jean Hersholt, this classic film was released on December 22, 1933.
Mystery of the Wax Museum
Released in 1933, “Mystery of the Wax Museum” is a thrilling movie that follows a reporter as he investigates the strange disappearances of both people and corpses. His search leads him to a sinister sculptor and a mysterious wax museum, where he uncovers a chilling secret. Starring Lionel Atwill, Glenda Farrell, and Fay Wray, this classic film is sure to keep you on the edge of your seat.
“Ecstasy” is a captivating 1933 film that tells the story of Eva, a newly married woman who finds herself trapped in a passionless marriage. Feeling desolate, she leaves her husband and returns to her father’s house, where she unexpectedly meets a young man and falls deeply in love. As fate would have it, her husband, devastated by the loss of his bride, crosses paths with the man who has taken Eva away from him. Starring Hedy Lamarr and Aribert Mog, this movie explores themes of love, loss, and the unpredictable twists of destiny. Released on January 20, 1933, “Ecstasy” is a must-watch for fans of classic cinema.
The Bitter Tea of General Yen
“The Bitter Tea of General Yen” is a captivating movie set in 1930s Shanghai. It tells the story of an American missionary who finds herself drawn to a charismatic warlord. As their paths intertwine, she becomes entangled in a seductive and dangerous world. With a talented cast including Barbara Stanwyck and Nils Asther, this film is a must-watch for those seeking a thrilling and exotic cinematic experience from 1933.
She Done Him Wrong
“She Done Him Wrong” is a 1933 movie starring Mae West and Cary Grant. Set in New York, it follows the story of Lady Lou, a singer and nightclub owner with a long list of male admirers. When her criminal ex-boyfriend returns, unaware of her infidelity, she finds help in the form of Captain Cummings, a local temperance league leader. With a star-studded cast and released on February 9, 1933, this film promises an entertaining mix of romance, comedy, and a touch of danger.
“Cavalcade” is a captivating movie that takes us on a journey through English life from 1899 to 1933. Through the eyes of Jane and Robert Marryot, a well-to-do London couple, we witness significant events like the Boer War, the sinking of the Titanic, and the Great War. With a talented cast including Diana Wynyard and Clive Brook, this film offers a fascinating glimpse into the lives of the Marryot family and the historical moments that shaped their world. Released on February 8, 1933, it’s no wonder this movie made it to the list of the 20 best voted movies of that year.
The Son of Kong
“The Son of Kong” is a thrilling adventure film released in 1933. It follows the story of Carl Denham, a brave explorer who returns to the island where he first encountered the legendary King Kong. Starring Robert Armstrong and Helen Mack, this movie takes us on a captivating journey filled with excitement and suspense.
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