Wednesday, January 10, 2007

Three Comrades - Part One

I adore the cast of this 1938 film: Robert Young, Franchot Tone, Robert Taylor, and Margaret Sullavan. Too bad it's the most depressing film I've seen in a while.

A toast - it's the end of the war

Baby was the well-loved biplane that had to be destroyed after the war...

...but reincarnated as a hellishly fast roadster after the war

But even those high speeds couldn't phase the comrades

More to come


Anna said...

Three Comrades was supposed to be F. Scott Fitzgerald's most successfully executed screenplay. Except for a few films in the 1920s, poor Scott was kind of kept on at MGM for prestige - all his screenplays were, in the end, finished up by another writer like Anita Loos.

Anonymous said...

Oooh, I want to see this now, hee! :D

stellypippin said...

BTW, anonymous is me, lmao

Carrie said...

Come to think of it, I do recall seeing F. Scott's name in the very "art deco-ish" credits.

Anonymous Stelly ;0P