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Oscar Jaffe is a successful Broadway director, Lily Garland his biggest star. When she leaves his direction, his success goes with her. When he recognizes her aboard the Twentieth Century Limited, the train that both of them are riding, he tries to get her back for a new show. But accomplishing that feat isn't as simple as he had thought.

  1. Howard Hawks

    Director

  2. Charles MacArthur

    Screenplay

  3. Ben Hecht

    Screenplay

  4. Gene Fowler

    Writer

  5. Preston Sturges

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. John Barrymore

    John Barrymore

    Oscar Jaffe

  2. Carole Lombard

    Carole Lombard

    Lily Garland, formerly Mildred Plotka

  3. Walter Connolly

    Walter Connolly

    Oliver Webb

  4. Roscoe Karns

    Roscoe Karns

    Owen O'Malley

  5. Ralph Forbes

    Ralph Forbes

    George Smith

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Twentieth Century
Twentieth Century

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Status Released

Release Information

  • May 3, 1934
    Premiere

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  • May 11, 1934
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 31m

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