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Nothing Sacred (1937)

Nothing Sacred is a movie starring Carole Lombard, Fredric March, and Charles Winninger. An eccentric woman learns she is not dying of radium poisoning as earlier assumed, but when she meets a reporter looking for a story, she...

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  • Genre: Comedy | Drama
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 917.25M
  • Resolution: / fps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 77
  • IMDB Rating: 7.3/10 
  • MPR: Normal
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The Synopsis for Nothing Sacred (1937) 720p

Hazel Flagg of Warsaw, Vermont receives the news that her terminal case of radium poisoning from a workplace incident was a complete misdiagnosis with mixed emotions. She is happy not to be dying, but she, who has never traveled the world, was going to use the money paid to her by her factory to go to New York in style. She believes her dreams can still be realized when Wally Cook arrives in town. He is a New York reporter with the Morning Star newspaper. He believes that Hazel's valiant struggle concerning her impending death is just the type of story he needs to resurrect his name within reporting circles after a recent story he wrote led to scandal and a major demotion at the newspaper. He proposes to take Hazel to New York both to report on her story but also to provide her with a grand farewell to life. She accepts. Wally's story results in Hazel becoming the toast of New York. In spending time together, Wally and Hazel fall in love. Hazel not only has to figure out what to do ...


The Director and Players for Nothing Sacred (1937) 720p

[Director]William A. Wellman
[Role:]Charles Winninger
[Role:]Carole Lombard
[Role:]Walter Connolly
[Role:]Fredric March


The Reviews for Nothing Sacred (1937) 720p


Wicked and HilariousReviewed byjayraskin1Vote: 10/10

Carole Lombard was 29 when she made this movie. She had been in nearly 70 movies by this time, starring in about 40 of them. She had been famous for ten years. Frederick March was 40 years and had been starring in movies for 8 years. He was starring in his 37th film. Thus we have two top stars, totally professional at this point, yet still young. They're at the top of their game and are a joy to watch. I'm afraid that I have only seen two other Carole Lombard movies, "My Man Godfrey," and "Made for Each Other." Neither of these impressed me. However, this movie did impress me. She is hitting each emotional note perfectly without straining or overacting in any scene. Frederick March stands with Bogart, Muni, Cagney, Gable, Grant and Tracy as one of the top actors of the 1930's. He's on auto-pilot here, but the material is so good that he doesn't really have to inject more than his natural (for the time) acting style. For me, this film ranks with "His Girl Friday" and "It Happened One Night" as one of the best screwball comedies of the 1930's. William Wellman, The director, is as good as they come. He has a great visual sense and knows when to let scenes play out without making too many cuts. In the straight jacket of the Hays Moral Code after 1934, it was difficult to show people acting immorally and having fun without creating a sense of guilt. Somehow, the writer Ben Hecht was able to come right up to the wire and sometimes even jump over. This movie is still more outrageous than most of the outrageous comedies of the last 20 years.

Wicked and HilariousReviewed byJay RaskinVote: 10/10

Carole Lombard was 29 when she made this movie. She had been in nearly 70 movies by this time, starring in about 40 of them. She had been famous for ten years. Frederick March was 40 years and had been starring in movies for 8 years. He was starring in his 37th film. Thus we have two top stars, totally professional at this point, yet still young. They're at the top of their game and are a joy to watch. I'm afraid that I have only seen two other Carole Lombard movies, "My Man Godfrey," and "Made for Each Other." Neither of these impressed me. However, this movie did impress me. She is hitting each emotional note perfectly without straining or overacting in any scene. Frederick March stands with Bogart, Muni, Cagney, Gable, Grant and Tracy as one of the top actors of the 1930's. He's on auto-pilot here, but the material is so good that he doesn't really have to inject more than his natural (for the time) acting style. For me, this film ranks with "His Girl Friday" and "It Happened One Night" as one of the best screwball comedies of the 1930's. William Wellman, The director, is as good as they come. He has a great visual sense and knows when to let scenes play out without making too many cuts. In the straight jacket of the Hays Moral Code after 1934, it was difficult to show people acting immorally and having fun without creating a sense of guilt. Somehow, the writer Ben Hecht was able to come right up to the wire and sometimes even jump over. This movie is still more outrageous than most of the outrageous comedies of the last 20 years.

Hungering For Our CelebritiesReviewed bybkoganbingVote: 9/10

The team of David O. Selznick producer, William Wellman director, and Fredric March leading man, after having had a big hit the year before with A Star Is Born, teamed up again to create one of the great screwball comedies of the Thirties in Nothing Sacred.

The inspiration for this film comes from the fertile imagination of Ben Hecht best known previously for co-authoring another newspaper classic, The Front Page. Hecht takes it a step further and while the Morning Post reports the news faster and better than its rivals, it doesn't create the news. Here the media is satirized for creating a celebrity.

Poor Carole Lombard as Hazel Flagg, country girl from rural Vermont who is misdiagnosed by her country doctor Charles Winninger as having incurable radiation poisoning. It's a small news item over the wire services.

But when hotshot reporter Fredric March gets a hold of it, he convinces his editor Walter Connolly to build up the story by bringing Lombard to New York and ballyhooing her into celebrity status. Lombard and Winninger by now know an error in diagnosis was made, but who can turn down an all expense paid trip to New York? The story just mushrooms until it gets away from any kind of control.

The difference sometimes between comedy and drama is often so slight as to be imperceptible. There's not much difference between Fredric March's character in Nothing Sacred and Kirk Douglas's in Ace in the Hole. Both are down on their luck newspaper people looking for a comeback and both exploit a story to their own ends, March comically and Douglas tragically. But the plots are more similar than one realizes.

Even today we still hunger for our celebrities some of whom are nothing but professional celebrities. The sad life of Anna Nicole Smith is proof of that.

When you think about Anna Nicole Smith though Nothing Sacred appears dated it actually has a very timeless message about the power of media to create and destroy.

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