Classic Film
Includes everything from screwball comedy to romantic comedy.

Christmas in Connecticut is Spicy and Sweet star
A holiday tradition, this film not only reminds us of Christmas during simpler times, but it does so by being a bit naughty...for 1945, that is.

Comedy Films star[offsite link]
History of Comedy films.

Love Lands Safely in Sunday in New York star
It’s a beautiful Sunday, and Eileen is having man trouble. She needs some honest advice that only her older brother can provide, but it turns out her brother is just as bad as the rest.

Molly and Me Resonates Truth star
Based on the novel “Molly, Bless Her” by Frances Marion, this film jumps right in with a real-life truth: Actors like to eat.

No Time For Comedy star
When it comes to entertainment, there are two schools of thought about the role of comedy. While many believe that comedy provides a welcomed distraction from real world troubles, there are those who strongly disagree.

The Real Miracle of Morgan's Creek star
There are times in life when it is difficult to find anything to smile about, much less laugh about. Preston Sturges had a knack for taking such times and spinning them into out-of-control silliness.

The Tale of Two Godfreys star
It is completely understandable why Universal Studios had faith in the remake of My Man Godfrey. The original film was charming, funny – and more importantly – it was popular at the box office. It seemed like a win-win. So why did the remake miss the mark?

What A Way To Go! star
From the cotton-candy color of the 20th Century Fox logo, to the feathery and flamboyant costumes by Edith Head, this campy classic successfully shows that death can actually be a laughing matter.

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