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Twentieth Century

20th Century (USA: poster title)

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Rating:  awaiting 3 votes    IMDb

Director:
Release:
1934 May, 3
Country:
USA
Runtime:
91 minutes
Genre:
Comedy / Romance
Production Company:
Cumulative Worldwide Gross:
$ 9 800

    


Broadway director Oscar Jaffe (John Barrymore) is a bigger ham than most actors, but through sheer drive and talent he is able to build a successful career. When one of his discoveries, Lily Garland (Carole Lombard), rises to stardom and heeds the call of Hollywood, Oscar begins a career slide. He hits the skids and seems on his way out, until he chances to meet Lily again, on a train ride aboard the Twentieth Century Limited. Oscar pulls out all the stops to re-sign his former star, but it's a battle... because Lily, who is as temperamental as Oscar is, wants to have nothing to do with her former mentor. - IMDb

20th Century (poster title) USA
La comedia de la vida Spain
Huszadik század Hungary
Napoleon na Broadwayu Poland
Napoleon vom Broadway Austria
Napoleon vom Broadway West Germany
Primadonna Sweden
Século XX Portugal
Den store scene Denmark
Suprema Conquista Brazil
Train de luxe France
Traino polyteleias (transliterated ISO-LATIN-1 title) Greece
Twintigste eeuw (French title) Belgium
Vingtième siècle (Flemish title) Belgium
XX secolo Italy
Двадцатый век (Russian title) Soviet Union

Children's Cast:

George Offerman Jr. [17] Page Boy


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