The Bride of Frankenstein
“The Bride of Frankenstein” is a classic horror film from 1935 that continues the story of Dr. Frankenstein and his creation. After surviving a mob attack, Dr. Frankenstein is manipulated by his former mentor to resume his experiments in creating new life. Meanwhile, the misunderstood Monster, played by Boris Karloff, is on the run, trying to prove that his intentions are good despite his lack of socialization. With a talented cast including Colin Clive, Valerie Hobson, and Elsa Lanchester, this movie is a must-watch for fans of the genre.
A Night at the Opera
“A Night at the Opera” is a hilarious comedy from 1935 that follows the misadventures of the Marx Brothers as they disrupt high society and the opera world in their quest to unite two star-crossed lovers. With the help of their eccentric friends, they manage to achieve success while simultaneously embarrassing their snobbish enemies. Starring Groucho, Chico, and Harpo Marx, along with a talented ensemble cast, this film is a must-watch for anyone in need of a good laugh.
The 39 Steps
“The 39 Steps” is a thrilling spy film from 1935 that follows Richard Hanney, played by Robert Donat, as he finds himself caught up in a dangerous espionage plot. After waking up to a mysterious woman with a knife in her back, Hanney embarks on a mission to clear his name by uncovering a spy ring known as The 39 Steps. With a stellar cast including Madeleine Carroll and Lucie Mannheim, this suspenseful movie takes you on a captivating journey through the hills of Scotland. Released on June 6, 1935, it’s no wonder this film made it to the list of the 20 best voted movies of that year.
Mutiny on the Bounty
“Mutiny on the Bounty” is a thrilling historical drama released in 1935. Starring Charles Laughton, Clark Gable, and Franchot Tone, the movie tells the gripping story of Fletcher Christian, who successfully leads a revolt against the ruthless Captain Bligh on the HMS Bounty. However, their troubles are far from over as Bligh returns a year later, seeking revenge. Get ready for an intense adventure on the high seas with this classic film!
Thicker Than Water
“Thicker Than Water” is a hilarious comedy from 1935 starring the iconic duo Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy. The movie follows their misadventures as they try to fix a financial mishap caused by Stanley. From mistaken payments to a disastrous auction, their troubles only escalate when Ollie ends up in the hospital and a blood transfusion goes awry, resulting in a bizarre twist where they seemingly swap identities. Get ready for a laughter-filled ride with this classic film released on March 16, 1935.
“Top Hat” is a delightful romantic comedy released in 1935, starring the iconic duo Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers. Set in London, the film follows the story of Jerry Travers, a talented showman working for producer Horace Hardwick. When Jerry’s late-night dance routine disturbs Dale Tremont, who is staying in the room below, their initial annoyance quickly turns into a blossoming attraction. However, things get complicated when Dale mistakes Jerry for Horace, leading to a series of hilarious misunderstandings. With a stellar cast and a release date of August 29, 1935, this movie is definitely one of the best of its time.
“Captain Blood” is a thrilling adventure film released in 1935, starring Errol Flynn and Olivia de Havilland. The story follows Dr. Peter Blood, who is wrongly accused of treason and forced into exile. Determined to seek justice, he transforms into a notorious pirate, leading an action-packed journey filled with swashbuckling escapades on the high seas. With a stellar cast and an intriguing plot, this movie is a must-watch for fans of classic cinema.
“Les Misérables” is a captivating movie set in early nineteenth-century France. It follows the gripping story of Jean Valjean, an ex-convict who becomes the target of an obsessive policeman named Javert for failing to report to parole. With an incredible cast including Fredric March, Charles Laughton, and Cedric Hardwicke, this film takes you on a thrilling journey spanning over two decades. Released in 1935, it’s no wonder this movie made it to the list of the 20 Best Voted Movies of that year.
“Roberta” is a delightful 1935 movie that takes us on a journey with football player John Kent and his friends as they travel to Paris for a performance. When they lose their engagement, they visit John’s fashionable aunt, who unexpectedly passes away, leaving him and her assistant, Stephanie, in charge of her posh fashion house. With a charming mix of romance, music, and comedy, this film stars Irene Dunne, Fred Astaire, and Ginger Rogers, and is definitely worth watching for a fun and heartwarming experience.
Ruggles of Red Gap
“Ruggles of Red Gap” is a hilarious comedy from 1935 that tells the story of Marmaduke Ruggles, an English butler who finds himself stranded among uncivilized Americans after losing a poker game. As he adapts to his new life in the USA, Ruggles unintentionally becomes a local celebrity and even finds love along the way. With a talented cast including Charles Laughton, Mary Boland, and Charles Ruggles, this movie is a delightful journey filled with laughter and unexpected twists.
“Peter Ibbetson” is a heartwarming movie set in 1935 that tells the story of a young man named Peter who is separated from his childhood friend Mary after his mother’s death. Years later, as an architect, Peter unexpectedly reunites with Mary, who is now the Duchess of Towers. Their friendship blossoms, but when the duke suspects his wife of infidelity, Peter and Mary’s second chance at happiness is put at risk. Starring Gary Cooper and Ann Harding, this film takes you on a journey of love, friendship, and the challenges that come with it.
“Mad Love” is a thrilling and chilling movie from 1935 that tells the story of an obsessed surgeon who goes to extreme lengths to possess an actress. After a tragic accident, he replaces her husband’s injured hands with those of a knife murderer, resulting in a terrifying battle between love and madness. Starring Peter Lorre and Frances Drake, this gripping film is sure to keep you on the edge of your seat.
Tit for Tat
“Tit for Tat” is a hilarious comedy released in 1935, starring the iconic duo Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy. In this film, they open an electrical appliance store right next to a grocery run by a couple they encountered before. Despite their attempts to be friendly, misunderstandings arise, leading to a series of comical situations. With a talented cast and a release date of January 5, 1935, this movie is definitely one of the best voted films of that year.
The Whole Town’s Talking
“The Whole Town’s Talking” is a captivating 1935 film that tells the story of Arthur Ferguson Jones, an ordinary man whose life takes an unexpected turn when he is mistaken for a notorious criminal. With an incredible resemblance to the evil Mannion, Arthur is given a special pass by the police to avoid further confusion. However, chaos ensues when Mannion steals the pass, leading to a series of hilarious and thrilling events. Starring Edward G. Robinson and Jean Arthur, this movie is a must-watch for its entertaining plot and brilliant performances.
The Fixer Uppers
“The Fixer Uppers” is a delightful comedy from 1935 starring the iconic duo Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy. In this hilarious film, they play greeting card salesmen who take on the task of reigniting the passion in a loveless marriage by making the husband jealous. With a talented cast and a release date of February 9, 1935, this movie is sure to bring laughter and entertainment to any classic film enthusiast.
The Lives of a Bengal Lancer
“The Lives of a Bengal Lancer” is a thrilling adventure set in the Northwest Frontier of India in 1935. Led by the tough Colonel Tom Stone, the 41st Bengal Lancers face a rebellious leader named Mohammed Khan. When Lieutenant Stone is kidnapped, the experienced Lieutenant Alan McGregor and the arrogant Lieutenant Forsythe embark on a daring mission to rescue their friend, defying direct orders. With a stellar cast including Gary Cooper, Franchot Tone, and Richard Cromwell, this action-packed film will keep you on the edge of your seat. Released on January 11, 1935, it’s no wonder this movie made it to the list of the 20 Best Voted Movies of that year.
“Alice Adams” is a charming 1935 movie starring Katharine Hepburn and Fred MacMurray. Set in a lower-middle-class family, Alice and her mother embark on a quest for social status, leading to hilarious and embarrassing situations. When Alice meets her dream man, her family’s attempts to impress him with an upscale dinner result in excruciatingly funny outcomes. Released on August 23, 1935, this film is one of the best-voted movies of that year.
A Tale of Two Cities
“A Tale of Two Cities” is a captivating movie set in 1935 that takes us back to the eve of the French Revolution. It follows the thrilling journey of Dr. Manette, who escapes the notorious Bastille prison in Paris. With a stellar cast including Ronald Colman and Elizabeth Allan, the film beautifully portrays the stark contrast between love, hope, and the callousness of the French Aristocrats, all against the backdrop of a vengeful citizen’s army. It’s a must-watch for history buffs and fans of gripping storytelling.
“The Informer” is a gripping 1935 movie set in Dublin, Ireland. It follows Gypo Nolan, a former IRA member, who betrays his best friend to claim a reward and escape his bleak life. Starring Victor McLaglen and Heather Angel, this intense drama explores Gypo’s struggle with guilt and his desperate desire for a fresh start in America with his girlfriend. Released on May 9, 1935, this film is one of the best voted movies of that year.
“Bonnie Scotland” is a hilarious comedy from 1935 starring the iconic duo Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy. In this film, they embark on a misadventure to Scotland, hoping to inherit a grand estate but end up joining the Scottish army and getting stationed in India instead. With a talented cast and a release date in August 1935, this movie is definitely one of the best voted films of that year.
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