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Song of the Thin Man - 1947

  • Brands Edward Buzzell
  • Product Code: NA-2431-COM-LT
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Nick and Nora Charles are asked by Phil Brant and Janet Thayar, who have just eloped, to help them after band leader Tommy Drake is killed at a society dance which Nick and Nora also attended. The police are looking to arrest Brant for the murder and while he claims he's innocent, Nick isn't too keen on having him in the house and turns him over to the police. As they look into the case, Nick and Nora learn that Drake wasn't very well liked and there are actually several people who benefited from his death. Drake owed money to loan shark Al Amboy, and Janet's father disliked Brant and may have set him up. Drake's girlfriend may have been having a fling with clarinetist Buddy Hollis, and he and Drake had a fist fight on stage during the festivities. Nick arranges for another party on the same boat where Nora notices something quite peculiar about one of the guest's jewelry.

Technical Sheet
Title in Brazil A Canção dos Acusados
Original Title Song of the Thin Man
Release year 1947
Language English
Subtitle English, Portuguese, German, Spanish, Greek, Italian, French
Colors Black and white
Gender Comedy, Police, Musical
Duration 86 Min.
Direction Edward Buzzell
Countries of origin United States
Cast William Powell, Myrna Loy, Keenan Wynn, Dean Stockwell, Phillip Reed, Patricia Morison, Leon Ames, Gloria Grahame, Jayne Meadows, Ralph Morgan, Bess Flowers, Don Taylor, Warner Anderson, Bruce Cowling, Connie Gilchrist, Henry Nemo, William Bishop, Marie Windsor, Ed Agresti, George Anderson, Morris Ankrum, Carol Arden, Asta Jr., Gregg Barton, Edward Biby, William A. Boardway, Paul Bradley, Leonard Bremen, Al Bridge, Tex Brodus, Ralph Brooks, George Bruggeman, James Burke, Harry Burns, Boyd Cabeen, James Carlisle, Steve Carruthers, George Chan, Bud Cokes, James Conaty, Gene Coogan, Sayre Dearing, Jack Deery, Tom Dugan, Dick Earle, Herbert Evans, Franklyn Farnum, Tom Ferrandini, James Flavin, J.C. Fowler, Jerry Fragnol, Rudy Germane, Kenneth Gibson, Joe Gilbert, Marion Gray, William O. Harbach, Clarke Hardwicke, Earle Hodgins, Esther Howard, Kenner G. Kemp, Donald Kerr, Joseph La Cava, Lyle Latell, Carl M. Leviness, Mitchell Lewis, Leota Lorraine, Robert Locke Lorraine, Marya Marco, Matt McHugh, Harold Miller, George Nardelli, Howard Negley, Barry Norton, Jimmy O'Gatty, Joe Ploski, Edward Rickard, William Roberts, Scott Seaton, John Sheehan, Eddie Lou Simms, George Sorel, Larry Steers, Norman Stevans, Bert Stevens, Amzie Strickland, Robert E. Strickland, Charles Sullivan, Clinton Sundberg, Henry Sylvester, Tom Trout, Dorothy Tuttle
Did you know?
Curiosities The final of six "Thin Man" movies released by MGM from 1934-47 starring William Powell and Myrna Loy, filmed from early January to mid-March 1947.
Bloopers When the thug on the boat throws the knife at Asta, the string that guides it to it's target in the door is visible.

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