A wry, insightful comedy of manners in which somewhat dizzy society matron Millicent Jordan arranges a dinner party to honor some visiting aristocrat while remaining oblivious to her husband's health and financial problems as well as her daughter's feelings and emotions. Party guests include the vain, the greedy, and the self-absorbed. Written by
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Remake of the 1933 film, directed by George Cukor, starring Jean Harlow, Lionel and John Barrymore, Billie Burke, Wallace Beery, and Marie Dressler. See more
When Dan Packard comes home after a meeting Oliver Jordan he takes of his suspenders twice. See more
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Version of Dinner at Eight