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You Can't Take It with You (1979)

Emmy winner Jean Stapleton and Academy Award winner Art Carney star in the Pulitzer Prize-winning comedy by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart about a slightly daft family who do exactly as they please.

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Won 1 Primetime Emmy. Another 1 nomination. See more awards »

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Emmy winner Jean Stapleton and Academy Award winner Art Carney star in the Pulitzer Prize-winning comedy by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart about a slightly daft family who do exactly as they please.

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16 May 1979 (USA)  »

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The original Broadway production of "You Can't Take It With You" by George S. Kaufman opened at the Booth Theater in New York on December 14, 1936, ran for 838 performances and won the Pulitzer Prize in Drama in 1937. See more »

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Version of You Can't Take It with You (1945) See more »

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Haven't seen it since it first came, but remeber it fondly
22 January 2002 | by (Texas, USA) – See all my reviews

It's been years (23, to be exact) since I saw this television version of the play, but I still remember it fondly. Even though I have seen the 1930's Frank Capra version and the wonderful tape of the 1984 stage performance--which is my favorite--with Jason Robards, I still belive this is one of the finest versions of the play. The huge cast was energetic and well-cast; the message that there is more to life than the "having and getting and keeping of money" is just as relevant as ever and I think people who have only been able to see the Frank Capra/Jimmy Stewart version, which appears to be the only version available, would, if they could ever see this, be pleasantly surprised. Not only is this TV movie more like the play, but the large cast is perfectly cast and really brought out all the humor and pathos and zaniness of the work. I wish this version and especially the 1984 stage version would be released on video and DVD so everyone could enjoy this play.


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