Humanity and Paper Balloons
“Humanity and Paper Balloons” is a captivating 1937 movie set in feudal Japan. It follows Unno, a samurai struggling to find employment, and his neighbor Shinza, a hairdresser facing constant threats from gang members. With a talented cast including Chôjûrô Kawarasaki and Kan’emon Nakamura, this film offers a unique glimpse into the lives of these characters as they navigate their challenging circumstances. Released on August 25, 1937, it’s definitely worth checking out if you’re a fan of historical dramas.
The Prisoner of Zenda
“The Prisoner of Zenda” is a captivating movie from 1937 that takes you on a thrilling journey into palace intrigue. Starring Ronald Colman, Madeleine Carroll, and an impressive ensemble cast, the film follows an Englishman who finds himself caught up in a web of deception when he is mistaken for the kidnapped king of a small European nation. With a release date of September 3, 1937, this classic is definitely worth adding to your must-watch list!”
Make Way for Tomorrow
“Make Way for Tomorrow” is a heartwarming and bittersweet movie released in 1937. It tells the story of the Cooper family, whose parents’ home is being foreclosed. As a temporary solution, Ma moves in with their son George’s family, while Pa stays with their daughter Cora. However, the aging parents disrupt the well-regulated households of their middle-aged children, leading to a touching exploration of family dynamics and the challenges of growing old. Starring Victor Moore, Beulah Bondi, and a talented ensemble cast, this film beautifully captures the struggles and resilience of the older generation.
The Awful Truth
“The Awful Truth” is a delightful romantic comedy from 1937 that tells the story of a married couple who, due to unfounded suspicions, decide to get a divorce. As they navigate their way through the proceedings, they hilariously sabotage each other’s attempts at finding new love. Starring Irene Dunne and Cary Grant, this film is a must-watch for anyone looking for a lighthearted and entertaining movie from the 1930s.
Night Must Fall
“Night Must Fall” is a gripping 1937 thriller starring Robert Montgomery and Rosalind Russell. Set in the home of a wealthy widow, the movie follows the mysterious disappearance of a local woman and the suspicion that falls on the maid’s fiancé, Danny. As Olivia, Mrs. Bramson’s niece, becomes infatuated with Danny, she begins to question his involvement in the unsettling events. With a talented cast and a release date of April 30, 1937, this film is sure to keep you on the edge of your seat.
Shall We Dance
“Shall We Dance” is a delightful 1937 movie starring Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers. Set on an ocean liner, it follows the story of a ballet star who falls for a musical star and hatches a plan to be close to her during their journey to New York. However, a small fib about their marital status quickly spreads, leading to hilarious misunderstandings and romantic entanglements. With a talented cast and a release date of May 7, 1937, this film is definitely one of the best voted movies of that year.
A Star Is Born
“A Star Is Born” is a captivating 1937 movie that tells the story of Esther Blodgett, a young farm girl with big dreams of making it in Hollywood. After catching the attention of her idol, Norman Maine, at a Hollywood party, Esther’s life takes a dramatic turn as she becomes the famous Vicki Lester. However, their marriage faces challenges as Norman’s career declines due to his struggle with alcoholism. Starring Janet Gaynor and Fredric March, this movie offers a glimpse into the glamorous yet tumultuous world of showbiz.
You Only Live Once
“You Only Live Once” is a gripping crime drama released in 1937, starring Sylvia Sidney and Henry Fonda. Based on the story of Bonnie and Clyde, it follows the unfortunate journey of Eddie Taylor, an ex-convict who is framed for murder. Forced to go on the run with his wife and baby, they become outlaws, leading a life filled with crime and constant danger. With a talented cast and a thrilling plot, this movie is definitely worth checking out if you’re a fan of intense and suspenseful films from the 1930s.
Way Out West
“Way Out West” is a delightful comedy from 1937 that follows Stan and Ollie as they embark on a mission to deliver a valuable gold mine deed to its rightful owner. However, they face a challenge when the daughter’s wicked guardian, along with his saloon-singer wife, tries to claim the mine for themselves. With a stellar cast including Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy, this film promises plenty of laughs and a thrilling adventure set in the Wild West.
A Day at the Races
“A Day at the Races” is a hilarious comedy released in 1937 that follows Doctor Hugo Hackenbush, played by Groucho Marx, as he teams up with Tony and Stuffy to help Judy save her farm by winning a crucial horse race. The catch? Hackenbush, who actually has a degree in Veterinary Medicine, runs a fancy clinic for wealthy patients who are unaware of his true qualifications. With a star-studded cast including Chico Marx, Harpo Marx, Allan Jones, Maureen O’Sullivan, Margaret Dumont, and more, this film is sure to keep you entertained from start to finish.
“Lost Horizon” is a captivating movie released in 1937 that tells the story of British diplomat Robert Conway and a group of survivors who crash land in the Himalayas. They are unexpectedly rescued by the people of Shangri-la, a hidden paradise shielded from the impending chaos of World War II. With a stellar cast including Ronald Colman, Jane Wyatt, and Edward Everett Horton, this film offers a mesmerizing escape into a mystical world that will leave you enchanted.
“Easy Living” is a delightful 1937 comedy starring Jean Arthur, Edward Arnold, and Ray Milland. The story revolves around a wealthy financier named J.B. Ball who becomes frustrated with his extravagant family. When he impulsively throws his wife’s expensive sable coat out the window, it lands on hard-working Mary Smith, leading to a series of hilarious and unexpected events. This heartwarming film, released on July 16, 1937, teaches us that sometimes, even the simplest things can bring joy and change lives.
“Dead End” is a gripping 1937 movie that takes us back to the gritty streets of New York City. It follows the story of mobster “Baby Face” Martin as he returns to his old neighborhood, only to face rejection from his mother and encounter his former girlfriend, who is now a syphilitic prostitute. Alongside these complex relationships, we witness the struggles of Dave, a childhood friend trying to make it as an architect, and the adventures of the Dead End Kids, a gang of young boys navigating the slums of the East Side. With a talented cast including Sylvia Sidney, Joel McCrea, Humphrey Bogart, and Claire Trevor, this film is a captivating exploration of loyalty, redemption, and the harsh realities of urban life.
“Stage Door” is a captivating movie released in 1937 that takes us into the lives of a group of talented and ambitious young actresses and showgirls living together in a theatrical hostel. The film focuses on the contrasting journeys of Terry Randall, a confident and wealthy girl determined to succeed on stage, and Jean Maitland, a seasoned trouper who has faced the harsh realities of the competitive Broadway world. With a star-studded cast including Katharine Hepburn, Ginger Rogers, and Lucille Ball, this movie promises to entertain and offer a glimpse into the challenges and friendships within the entertainment industry.
“Kid Galahad” is a 1937 movie starring Edward G. Robinson, Bette Davis, and Humphrey Bogart. It tells the story of a fight promoter named Nick Donati who trains a bellhop to become a boxing champion. However, things get complicated when the young fighter falls in love with Nick’s sister. With a stellar cast and an intriguing plot, this movie is definitely worth checking out if you’re a fan of classic films from 1937.
“Topper” is a delightful 1937 comedy that tells the story of a couple, George and Marion Kerby, who meet an unfortunate end in a car accident. However, they return as mischievous ghosts with a mission to bring some excitement into the life of their friend, Cosmo Topper, a bank president. As Topper starts embracing their carefree lifestyle, it puts a strain on his relationship with his uptight wife. Starring a talented cast including Constance Bennett, Cary Grant, and Roland Young, this film is a must-watch for anyone looking for a lighthearted and entertaining experience.
“Angel” is a captivating romantic drama released in 1937. Starring Marlene Dietrich, Herbert Marshall, and Melvyn Douglas, the film tells the story of a married woman who embarks on a separate vacation from her husband, only to find herself falling in love with another man. With a stellar cast and a plot filled with love and longing, “Angel” is a must-watch for fans of classic romance movies.
“Stella Dallas” is a heartwarming movie released in 1937 that tells the story of a determined small-town woman, played by Barbara Stanwyck, who divorces her wealthy husband and strives to create a better life for their daughter. With a talented cast including John Boles and Anne Shirley, this film explores the challenges and sacrifices a mother is willing to make for her child. Released on August 6, 1937, it was one of the best-voted movies of that year.
“Sabotage” is a thrilling 1937 movie set in a quiet London suburb, where Karl Anton Verloc and his wife run a small cinema. Little does Mrs. Verloc know that her husband harbors a dangerous secret that not only puts their relationship at stake but also endangers the life of her teenage brother. Starring Sylvia Sidney, Oskar Homolka, and an ensemble cast, this suspenseful film takes you on a gripping journey filled with unexpected twists and turns. Released on January 8, 1937, it’s no wonder this movie made it to the list of the 20 Best Voted Movies of that year.
“The Hurricane” is a captivating 1937 film that tells the story of a Polynesian sailor who is wrongly imprisoned after defending himself against a colonial bully. As the community rallies together to seek justice, their efforts are soon tested by a powerful tropical storm. Starring Dorothy Lamour, Jon Hall, and Mary Astor, this movie takes you on a thrilling journey filled with drama, resilience, and the destructive forces of nature.
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