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

4 comments:

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