It Happened One Night
“It Happened One Night” is a classic romantic comedy from 1934 that tells the story of a rebellious journalist and a wealthy young woman who unexpectedly meet on a bus to New York. When they get left behind at a stop, they find themselves stuck together and embark on a hilarious and heartwarming adventure. Starring Clark Gable and Claudette Colbert, this charming film is a must-watch for fans of old Hollywood.
“The Goddess” is a powerful and heart-wrenching movie from 1934 that tells the story of a young prostitute determined to provide a better life for her baby boy. As she battles against a controlling pimp and the judgmental society around her, the film explores themes of resilience, love, and the challenges faced by marginalized individuals. Starring Ruan Lingyu, Zhang Zhizhi, Tian Jian, Keng Li, Junpan Li, and Huaiqiu Tang, this emotional masterpiece is a must-watch for those seeking a thought-provoking and moving cinematic experience.
The Thin Man
“The Thin Man” is a thrilling detective movie released in 1934, starring William Powell and Myrna Loy as a husband and wife detective team. Set in the 1930s, they embark on a dangerous mission to find a missing inventor, putting their lives at risk. With a stellar cast and an intriguing plot, this film is a must-watch for fans of classic detective stories.
Them Thar Hills
“The 20 Best Voted Movies of 1934” includes a hilarious gem called “Them Thar Hills.” Starring the iconic duo Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy, the film follows their adventure to the mountains for Ollie’s health. Little do they know, they park their caravan near a well filled with moonshine, which they mistake for iron-rich mountain water. Chaos ensues when a couple stops by to borrow gasoline, leaving Ollie, Stan, and the thirsty wife in a hilarious predicament. This classic comedy is a must-watch from 1934, and it even has a sequel called “Tit for Tat.”
Oliver the Eighth
“Oliver the Eighth” is a hilarious and thrilling comedy from 1934 that follows the misadventures of barbershop owners Stan and Ollie. When Ollie responds to a newspaper ad from a wealthy widow seeking a husband, he unknowingly puts himself in danger. Joined by Stan, the duo finds themselves trapped in the widow’s mansion, where they discover her sinister hobby of marrying men named Oliver and then slitting their throats. With their signature comedic style, Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy must now find a way to escape this perilous situation.
The Live Ghost
“The Live Ghost” is a hilarious comedy from 1934 starring the iconic duo Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy. The story follows these two fish market workers who get tricked into shanghaiing a crew for a sea captain. However, things take a hilarious turn when they end up getting shanghaied themselves, leading to a crew seeking revenge. With a talented cast and a release date of December 8, 1934, this movie is definitely one of the best voted films of that year!
Our Daily Bread
“Our Daily Bread” is a heartwarming movie set during the Great Depression. It follows John and Mary Sims, a couple who escape the hardships of the city and start a farming community based on socialist principles. With the help of other workers, they overcome various challenges to create a bread-based Utopia. Starring Karen Morley and Tom Keene, this 1934 film is a tale of bravery, resilience, and the power of community.
Imitation of Life
“Imitation of Life” is a heartfelt and thought-provoking movie released in 1934. It tells the story of a struggling widow and her daughter who open their home to a black housekeeper and her fair-skinned daughter. Together, they embark on a journey filled with success, but also face challenges related to family, identity, and racial issues. With a talented cast including Claudette Colbert and Warren William, this film is a must-watch for its powerful portrayal of human relationships and societal complexities.
A Story of Floating Weeds
“A Story of Floating Weeds” is a heartfelt drama set in 1934 that follows an aging actor as he returns to his hometown with his theater troupe. The film explores the complexities of love and family, as the actor reunites with his former lover and illegitimate son, causing turmoil among his current mistress and leading to heartbreak for all involved. With a talented cast including Takeshi Sakamoto, Chōko Iida, and Kōji Mitsui, this movie promises to deliver a captivating and emotional story. Released on November 23, 1934, it’s definitely one of the best voted movies of that year.
“Manhattan Melodrama” is a captivating 1934 film that tells the story of two childhood friends who find themselves on opposite sides of the law as they grow up. Their enduring friendship is tested when they both fall in love with the same woman. Starring Clark Gable, William Powell, and Myrna Loy, this movie is a must-watch for fans of classic cinema.
The Merry Widow
“The Merry Widow” is a delightful 1934 movie that tells the story of a prince who falls in love with a wealthy widow. With a charming cast including Maurice Chevalier and Jeanette MacDonald, this romantic comedy takes you on a journey as the prince tries to win the widow’s heart and keep her money in their small kingdom. Released on November 2, 1934, this film is definitely one of the best voted movies of that year!
The Scarlet Pimpernel
“The Scarlet Pimpernel” is a thrilling 1934 movie set in 18th century England. It follows the captivating story of Sir Percy Blakeney, an aristocrat who leads a secret life as a hero. Alongside a group of underground rebels, he works tirelessly to rescue French nobles from the clutches of Robespierre’s Reign of Terror. With a talented cast including Leslie Howard and Merle Oberon, this film is a must-watch for fans of historical adventures. Released on December 20, 1934, it is one of the best-voted movies of that year.
The Scarlet Empress
“The Scarlet Empress” is a captivating historical drama set in 18th century Russia. It follows the journey of Sophia Frederica, a German noblewoman who becomes Catherine the Great. After marrying the dimwitted Grand Duke Peter, Catherine finds herself in a loveless marriage and takes on numerous lovers, including the charming Count Alexei. As the unstable Peter ascends to the throne, Catherine hatches a plan to remove him from power. Starring Marlene Dietrich and John Lodge, this film offers a fascinating glimpse into the life of one of history’s most powerful women. Released on May 9, 1934, it is definitely one of the best movies of that year.
The Gay Divorcee
“The Gay Divorcee” is a delightful romantic comedy released in 1934. Set in an English seaside resort, it follows Mimi Glossop, who travels there to seek a divorce from her absent husband. However, things take a hilarious turn when she falls for a charming dancer named Guy Holden, mistaking him for the corespondent her lawyer hired. With a stellar cast including Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers, this movie is a must-watch for fans of classic romance and toe-tapping dance numbers.
The Count of Monte Cristo
“The Count of Monte Cristo” is a thrilling 1934 movie that tells the story of Edmound Dantes, who is wrongly imprisoned for 20 years after innocently delivering a letter. Fueled by revenge, Dantes manages to escape and sets out to seek justice against the greedy men who betrayed him. Starring Robert Donat, Elissa Landi, and a talented cast, this classic film is a must-watch for fans of gripping tales of redemption.
The Black Cat
“The Black Cat” is a thrilling horror film released in 1934, starring iconic actors Boris Karloff and Bela Lugosi. Set in Hungary, the story follows American honeymooners Joan and Peter, along with the mysterious Dr. Werdegast, as they seek shelter in the eerie home of architect Hjalmar Poelzig. As the plot unfolds, dark secrets from the past are revealed, making for a suspenseful and chilling cinematic experience.
“Twentieth Century” is a classic movie from 1934 that tells the story of a Broadway producer who takes an inexperienced actress under his wing. As she rises to stardom, she proves to be a formidable match for him, leading to a hilarious and entertaining battle of wits. Starring John Barrymore and Carole Lombard, this film is a must-watch for fans of old Hollywood glamour and witty banter.
Tarzan and His Mate
“Tarzan and His Mate” is a thrilling adventure film released in 1934. Starring Johnny Weissmüller and Maureen O’Sullivan, the movie follows Harry Holt and his friend Martin Arlington as they lead an exciting ivory expedition in Africa. With a captivating storyline and a talented cast, this film is definitely one of the best voted movies of 1934.
The Lost Patrol
“The Lost Patrol” is a gripping World War I film set in the Mesopotamian desert. When their commanding officer is killed, a British Army patrol must navigate through treacherous terrain, facing unseen bandits and dwindling resources. With a stellar cast including Victor McLaglen and Boris Karloff, this 1934 movie keeps you on the edge of your seat as the soldiers fight for survival against all odds.
Death Takes a Holiday
“Death Takes a Holiday” is a captivating movie from 1934 that explores the intriguing concept of Death taking on human form. In this thought-provoking tale, Death falls in love with a fearless young woman named Grazia, leading to a dilemma between his own happiness and the duty he must fulfill. Starring talented actors like Fredric March and Evelyn Venable, this film offers a unique perspective on mortality and the complexities of love.
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