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The Thin Man Goes Home

This fifth entry in MGM's 'Thin Man' series maintains the high production and story values of the first four, as Nick and Nora go to visit Nick's disapproving parents. As they badger their son endlessly Nora decides they just need to see thier son in action. Will a murder victim obligingly appear?

Year: 1944
Genre: Comedy, Classic Comedy, Classic Cinema
Country: USA
Director: Richard Thorpe
Starring: Myrna Loy, William Powell, Lucile Watson, Leon Ames, Harry Davenport
Duration: 101 Minutes
Rating: PG - Contains low level violence.
7.4/10
Location in store: Classic Comedy

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