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Opened in Theaters: Sunday, January 1st, 1933

Directed by George Cukor

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Dinner at Eight

Not Rated

Starring Marie Dressler, John Barrymore

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[--- See Now! ---]by George Jobson VIP MemberApr 28, 2003

I saw "Dinner at Eight" some years ago on Turner Classic Movies, and I happen to love that movie. the title may suggest a comedy, believe me it's not a comedy. It's a drama about a bunch of people who prepare themselves for the dinner, that dinner sequence came at the end of the movie, but there are some great performances. "Dinner at Eight" came out in 1933 and it was a wonderful experience. 




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