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List of Hattie McDaniel Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. Gone with the Wind (1939)
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Gone with the Wind
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The beautiful but irritable Scarlett O'Hara attempts to convince Ashley Wilkes that she is a better choice than the cousin he is planning to marry, but instead draws the attention of Rhett Butler. Ravaged by the Civil War and an unrequited love, she engages in one doomed relationship to another to sustain herself while nurturing her pride.

Starring:
Clark Gable, Vivien Leigh, Olivia de Havilland, George Reeves, Thomas Mitchell, Barbara O'Neil, Evelyn Keyes
Awards:
Academy Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role
2. Hi, Beautiful (1944)
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Hi, Beautiful
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Role:
Millie
Starring:
Walter Catlett, Noah Beery Jr., Martha O'Driscoll, Tim Ryan
Directed By:
Leslie Goodwins
3. Libeled Lady (1936)
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Libeled Lady
TV-G
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When wealthy socialite Connie Allenbury is falsely accused of breaking up a marriage, she decides to sue the New York Evening Star for libel for $ 5 million. Unsure of what to do, Warren Haggerty, the managing editor, turns to former reporter Bill Chandler, hoping that he can help him. He tries to come up with a story to frame her, and make the false story seem true.

Starring:
Jean Harlow, Spencer Tracy, William Powell, Myrna Loy, Walter Connolly
Directed By:
Jack Conway
4. Operator 13 (1934)
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Operator 13
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Starring:
Gary Cooper, Sterling Holloway, Marion Davies, Ted Healy, Jean Parker
Directed By:
Richard Boleslawski
5. The Boiling Point (1932)
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The Boiling Point
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Starring:
Hoot Gibson, Wheeler Oakman, Billy Bletcher, Helen Foster
Directed By:
George Melford
6. Imitation of Life (1934)
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Imitation of Life
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Ever since Bea’s husband passed away, she has been going through various struggles. With the help of her daughter Jessie, she soon begins to make a living selling pancakes. Things get better when they meet Delilah Johnson, who agrees to work as their housekeeper, in exchange for a room for herself and her daughter Peola. Over some time, the business becomes quite a success, and the friendship between the two women deepens as well. However, this puts a strain on their relationships with their daughters.

Starring:
Claudette Colbert, Ned Sparks, Warren William, Rochelle Hudson
Directed By:
John M. Stahl
8. Show Boat (1936)
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Show Boat
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Starring:
Irene Dunne, Charles Winninger, Helen Morgan, Allan Jones, Paul Robeson
Directed By:
James Whale
11. Margie (1946)
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Margie
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Recalling her girlhood years during 1920s, Margie tells her daughter about her school days. School-girl Margie wishes to be smarter like her popular friend Marybelle, and along with other girls, develops a crush on new French teacher, Ralph Fontayne. When Roy, Margie’s date for prom catches cold, she is left without an escort. Finally, will she get escorted to the senior dance? 

Starring:
Alan Young, Jeanne Crain, Lynn Bari, Glenn Langan
Directed By:
Henry King
12. Are You Listening? (1932)
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Are You Listening?
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Bill Grimes is a radio writer who is in love with Laura O’Neill, a radio actress. They spend time together as well, doing fun activities such as roller-skating. However, Bill is trapped in an unhappy marriage, to a woman named Alice. Things get worse for Bill, when he kills Alice by accident.

Starring:
Neil Hamilton, William Haines, Anita Page, Karen Morley, Madge Evans
Directed By:
Harry Beaumont
13. The Chases of Pimple Street (1934)
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The Chases of Pimple Street
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Charlie, who has just got married, is troubled by Celeste, his wife’s sister and her dog Fifi, who lives with them. He eventually decides to pair her with one of his clients, but things don’t go as expected.

Starring:
Charley Chase, Gertrude Astor, Eddie Baker, Betty Mack
Directed By:
Charley Chase
14. Nothing Sacred (1937)
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Nothing Sacred
TV-PG
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Wally is a reporter for a newspaper in New York, who learns about a young girl named Hazel, who is dying of radium poisoning. He soon sets out to the small town named Warsaw, and interviews Hazel. He learns that the actual reason she is upset is because she was told by her doctor that she will be stuck in her town for her entire life. He invites her doctor for an interview, and her story becomes quite popular within a short time. However, things get complicated when after being diagnosed by three independent doctors, it is discovered that Hazel is not dying after all.  

Starring:
Fredric March, Carole Lombard, Charles Winninger, Walter Connolly, Sig Ruman
Directed By:
William A. Wellman
15. They Died with Their Boots On (1941)
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They Died with Their Boots On
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They Died with their Boots On is a western war drama film which is a highly fictionalized account of the life of George Armstrong Cluster, a US army officer who had served in the Civil War. The film shows his entry to the West Point military academy, how he took part in the Civil War, and his eventual death at the famous battle of Little Big Horn.

Starring:
Errol Flynn, Olivia de Havilland, Gene Lockhart, Arthur Kennedy
Directed By:
Raoul Walsh
16. Fate's Fathead (1934)
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Fate's Fathead
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Starring:
Charley Chase, Dorothy Granger, Richard Alexander, Dorothy Appleby
Directed By:
Charley Chase
17. The Great Lie (1941)
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The Great Lie
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Role:
Violet
Starring:
Bette Davis, George Brent, Mary Astor, Lucile Watson
Directed By:
Edmund Goulding
18. Vivacious Lady (1938)
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Vivacious Lady
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During a visit to Manhattan, botany professor Peter Morgan Jr. and nightclub singer Francey fall in love at first sight and get married the next day. Returning home, he is unsure about how to break the news to his authoritarian, conservative father, who, he knows wouldn’t approve. The newlyweds barely get any time together and their secret leads to many humorous situations.

Starring:
James Stewart, Ginger Rogers, Beulah Bondi, Charles Coburn, James Ellison
Directed By:
George Stevens
19. Thank Your Lucky Stars (1943)
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Thank Your Lucky Stars
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Starring:
Alexis Smith, John Garfield, Humphrey Bogart, Dinah Shore, Bette Davis, Errol Flynn, Olivia de Havilland
Directed By:
David Butler
20. Arbor Day (1936)
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Arbor Day
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Arbor Day

Starring:
Carl Switzer, Carl 'Alfalfa' Switzer, George 'Spanky' McFarland, Billie 'Buckwheat' Thomas, Darla Hood, Daniel Boone
Directed By:
Fred C. Newmeyer
21. Blonde Venus (1932)
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Blonde Venus
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Starring:
Marlene Dietrich, Cary Grant, Sterling Holloway, Herbert Marshall, Dickie Moore, Gene Morgan
Directed By:
Josef von Sternberg
22. Valiant Is the Word for Carrie (1936)
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Valiant Is the Word for Carrie
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Starring:
Harry Carey, Dudley Digges, Arline Judge, John Howard, Gladys George
Directed By:
Wesley Ruggles
23. Anniversary Trouble (1935)
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Anniversary Trouble
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Starring:
Matthew 'Stymie' Beard, George 'Spanky' McFarland, Scotty Beckett, Billie 'Buckwheat' Thomas, Alvin Buckelew
Directed By:
Gus Meins
24. Mickey (1948)
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Mickey
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Starring:
Rose Hobart, Irene Hervey, John Sutton, Bill Goodwin
Directed By:
Ralph Murphy
25. Carefree (1938)
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Carefree
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Stephen proposes to Amanda, but she is unable to make a decision. Therefore, he decides to take her to his friend Tony, who is his psychiatrist. Things get complicated when Tony and Amanda find themselves attracted to one another. 

Starring:
Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers, Jack Carson, Ralph Bellamy
Directed By:
Mark Sandrich
26. George Washington Slept Here (1942)
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George Washington Slept Here
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Role:
Hester, the Fullers' Maid
Starring:
Jack Benny, Percy Kilbride, Ann Sheridan, Charles Coburn
Directed By:
William Keighley
27. Gentle Julia (1936)
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Gentle Julia
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Starring:
Francis Ford, Jackie Searl, Tom Brown, Jane Withers, Marsha Hunt
Directed By:
John G. Blystone
28. The Little Colonel (1935)
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The Little Colonel
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Starring:
Shirley Temple, Lionel Barrymore, Evelyn Venable, John Lodge, Sidney Blackmer
Directed By:
David Butler
29. The Shopworn Angel (1938)
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The Shopworn Angel
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During WWI, a youthful Texan soldier Bill Pettigrew gets knocked down by Broadway revue star Daisy Heath’s car. As he boasts to his friends about Daisy being his date, she agrees to play along. But her rich boyfriend and show’s financier Sam Baily doesn’t approve. When Bill’s unit is being sent to France, he decides to propose to Daisy. Will she accept?

Role:
Martha
Starring:
Margaret Sullavan, James Stewart, Walter Pidgeon, Nat Pendleton
Directed By:
H.C. Potter
30. Alice Adams (1935)
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Alice Adams
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Alice Adams is a romantic comedy drama film which tells the story of a woman named Alice, belonging to a working class family living in a small town. However, she aspires to be among the upper class. She soon gains the attention of a man named Arthur Russell, but she hides her true social standing from him. Meanwhile, her mother pressurizes Mr Adams to invest in a business venture, hoping that they can truly become part of the upper class.

Starring:
Walter Brennan, Katharine Hepburn, Fred MacMurray, Frank Albertson, Fred Stone, Evelyn Venable
Directed By:
George Stevens
31. I'm No Angel (1933)
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I'm No Angel
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Tira is a circus performer who agrees to put her head inside a lion’s mouth, which is a very risky stunt. However, due to this performance, the circus makes it to New York, and Tira is able to pursue rich men, flirt with them and accept various kinds of presents from them. When she eventually meets the man of her dreams and decides to get married, her boss is not pleased to hear the news, and he decides to break off the engagement.

Starring:
Mae West, Cary Grant, Edward Arnold, Gregory Ratoff, Ralf Harolde
Directed By:
Wesley Ruggles
32. China Seas (1935)
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China Seas
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Starring:
Rosalind Russell, Clark Gable, Jean Harlow, Wallace Beery, Lewis Stone
Directed By:
Tay Garnett
33. Traveling Saleslady (1935)
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Traveling Saleslady
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Angela Twitchell is the daughter of a tooth-paste manufacturer Rufus Twitchell, who has been monopolizing the business for many years. Although Angela wishes to enter the business, her father thinks that a woman should not be taking part. Therefore in order to teach him a lesson and show him that that she is capable, she joins the business of his rival. She also steals her father’s customers right from under the nose of his best salesman Pat. However, she soon begins to develop feelings for him.

Starring:
Joan Blondell, Glenda Farrell, Hugh Herbert, Grant Mitchell, William Gargan
Directed By:
Ray Enright
34. Music Is Magic (1935)
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Music Is Magic
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Starring:
Bebe Daniels, Ray Walker, Alice Faye, Jack Durant
Directed By:
George Marshall
35. The Mad Miss Manton (1938)
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The Mad Miss Manton
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Starring:
Barbara Stanwyck, Henry Fonda, Stanley Ridges, Sam Levene
Directed By:
Leigh Jason
36. The Male Animal (1942)
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The Male Animal
TV-G
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English teacher Tommy Turner unwittingly gets himself embroiled in a free-speech controversy when he agrees to read Bartolomeo Vanzetti's sentencing statement. He must not only contend with school trustee Ed Keller, his failing marriage but the return of football hero Joe Ferguson, his wife’s former love interest.  

Starring:
Henry Fonda, Olivia de Havilland, Jack Carson, Eugene Pallette
Directed By:
Elliott Nugent
37. Never Say Goodbye (1946)
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Never Say Goodbye
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Never Say Goodbye is a romantic comedy film which revolves around a couple who went through a divorce some time ago. However, their seven-year-old little daughter tries to bring them back together. 

Starring:
Eleanor Parker, Errol Flynn, Humphrey Bogart, Lucile Watson, Donald Woods
Directed By:
James V. Kern
38. Next Time We Love (1936)
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Next Time We Love
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Next Time we Love is a romantic comedy film, which tells the story of a young married couple Christopher and Cicely. Their relationship is affected when Christopher is assigned overseas as a foreign correspondent and Cicely achieves stardom. Meanwhile, their friend Tommy, who secretly loves Cicely, tries to get close to her. 

Starring:
Ray Milland, Margaret Sullavan, James Stewart, Grant Mitchell, Robert McWade
Directed By:
Edward H. Griffith
39. Johnny Come Lately (1943)
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Johnny Come Lately
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Based on Louis Bromfield's novel, Mcleod's Folly, the film focuses on an journalist turned drifter, who arrives in a small town, rife with corruption. Put on trial for vagrancy; he is saved by a lady, who gives him a job in her newspaper. Helped by a rich eccentric lady, they soon start exposing her rival newspaper owner, a powerful man with a large clout. 

Role:
Aida
Starring:
James Cagney, Marjorie Main, Grace George, Marjorie Lord
Directed By:
William K. Howard
40. The Singing Kid (1936)
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The Singing Kid
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An egotistical singing star loses his voice, after which he retreats to the countryside. As he is looking for a way to make a comeback, he soon meets an aspiring playwright and her daughter.

Starring:
Al Jolson, Edward Everett Horton, Lyle Talbot, Beverly Roberts, Sybil Jason
Directed By:
William Keighley, Busby Berkeley
41. Battle of Broadway (1938)
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Battle of Broadway
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Starring:
Mary Martin, Victor McLaglen, Raymond Walburn, Brian Donlevy, Gypsy Rose Lee
Directed By:
Allan Dwan, George Marshall
42. The Impatient Maiden (1932)
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The Impatient Maiden
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Myron, a medical student, finishes his graduation and starts his internship. He asks his sweetheart Ruth, to get married to him but she wants to wait till he has established himself. Meanwhile, she takes up a job as a secretary to an attorney named Albert Hartman, who is impressed by her abilities. When she suffers an appendix attack, she is taken to the hospital, and the surgeon operating on her is none other than Dr Myron.

Starring:
Walter Brennan, Lew Ayres, John Halliday, Una Merkel, Mae Clarke, Andy Devine
Directed By:
James Whale
43. Hello, Sister! (1933)
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Hello, Sister!
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Hello, Sister! is a romantic drama film which tells the story of a young man who falls in love with a woman. Although he hears various rumors about his new girlfriend, he refuses to believe any of them.

Starring:
Zasu Pitts, Terrance Ray, James Dunn, Minna Gombell,
Directed By:
44. Maryland (1940)
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Maryland
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Atter her husband dies during a fox hunt, a widow forbids her son from riding horses ever again. However, when he finds himself falling for the daughter of his father’s trainer, he decides to go against his mother’s wishes and enters the Maryland Hunt.

Starring:
Walter Brennan, Charles Ruggles, Fay Bainter, John Payne
Directed By:
Henry King
45. Saratoga (1937)
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Saratoga
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Carol is the young daughter of a horse breeder. She is engaged to Martley Madison, but complications arise because her father owes a lot of money to a crooked gambler named Duke Bradley, who takes a liking to her.

Starring:
Clark Gable, Jean Harlow, Lionel Barrymore, Frank Morgan, Walter Pidgeon
Directed By:
Jack Conway
46. The Flame (1947)
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The Flame
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Starring:
Broderick Crawford, Henry Travers, John Carroll, Robert Paige
Directed By:
John H. Auer
47. The Four Star Boarder (1935)
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The Four Star Boarder
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Starring:
Charley Chase, Grace Goodall, T. Roy Barnes, Constance Bergen, Jessie Arnold
Directed By:
Charley Chase
48. Family Honeymoon (1948)
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Family Honeymoon
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A botany professor Grant gets married to a young woman Katie, who has three children from her previous marriage. However, they are forced to bring the kids with them on their honeymoon, as Jo, Katie’s sister who had promised to take care of the kids, suffers an accident.  However, this turns their life upside down.

Starring:
Claudette Colbert, Fred MacMurray, Rita Johnson, Gigi Perreau
Directed By:
Claude Binyon
49. Judge Priest (1934)
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Judge Priest
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Judge Priest is a comedy drama film which tells the story of Judge William Priest, a civil war veteran, who now presides over the court in Fairfield, Kentucky. He is well-known among the people for dispensing justice with humanity and common sense. His nephew Jerome is also interested in pursuing law as a career, and he has just returned home after passing the bar. He tries to rekindle his romance with Ellie, but she seems to have other interests now. Meanwhile, Mrs. Priest feels that Virginia, the daughter of Senator Horace Maydew, is going to be a better match for Jerome.

Starring:
Will Rogers, Stepin Fetchit, Henry B. Walthall, David Landau, Tom Brown
Directed By:
50. The Golden West (1932)
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The Golden West
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Starring:
George O'Brien, Marion Burns, Arthur Pierson, Onslow Stevens,
Directed By:
David Howard
51. Janie Gets Married (1946)
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Janie Gets Married
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Starring:
Robert Benchley, Ann Harding, Edward Arnold, Joan Leslie
Directed By:
Vincent Sherman
52. The Crime Nobody Saw (1937)
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The Crime Nobody Saw
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Starring:
Eugene Pallette, Lew Ayres, Vivienne Osborne, Benny Baker,
Directed By:
Charles Barton
53. Babbitt (1934)
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Babbitt
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George F Babbit is a citizen in the town of Zenith, the fastest growing community in America. He is married with two children, who are approaching adulthood. He seems to be quite successful in his business, due to his fearless attitude. His life takes a turn when he agrees to take part in a shady business deal. 

Starring:
Guy Kibbee, Aline MacMahon, Claire Dodd, Maxine Doyle,
Directed By:
William Keighley
54. Merry Wives of Reno (1934)
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Merry Wives of Reno
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The infidelity of a single woman threatens the marriage of two others as well, one of whom is a newlywed.

Starring:
Glenda Farrell, Hugh Herbert, Guy Kibbee, Donald Woods, Margaret Lindsay
Directed By:
H. Bruce Humberstone
55. Don't Tell the Wife (1937)
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Don't Tell the Wife
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Major Manning wins a mine in New Mexico, which he believes to be worthless. Along with some of his associates, he schemes to use it to con New Yorkers. He meets his old partner Steve Dorsey, and together they convince Nancy, Dorsey’s wealthy socialite wife to invest most of her money into their mining project. However, things take a turn when it seems that the mine is actually profitable.   

Starring:
Lucille Ball, Guy Kibbee, Frank M. Thomas, Una Merkel, Lynne Overman
Directed By:
Christy Cabanne
56. Okay Toots! (1935)
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Okay Toots!
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Charley Chase is a stockbroker who accidentally gets rich. He soon learns that his wife Toots is seeing a psychic who apparently causes the husband and wife to swap bodies.

Starring:
Charley Chase, Ferdinand Munier, Constance Bergen, Jeanie Roberts
Directed By:
Charley Chase, William H. Terhune
57. The Shining Hour (1938)
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The Shining Hour
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Tired of her fast life, Olivia Ridley, a New York night club dancer, agrees to marry Harry Linden, a wealthy farmer from Wisconsin, a match not at all approved by Henry’s dominating sister, Hannah. Nonetheless, they get married and move to the farm, where Olivia faces opposition from Hannah. To make matter worse, her brother-in-law falls in love with her, while his wife becomes her ally. 

Starring:
Joan Crawford, Margaret Sullavan, Fay Bainter, Robert Young, Melvyn Douglas
Directed By:
Frank Borzage
58. Zenobia (1939)
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Zenobia
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A Mississippi country doctor, Henry Tibbitt, is asked to treat a sick circus elephant, which gets attached to Henry and follows him everywhere. Henry’s daughter Mary, who hopes to marry Jeff Carter, is disliked by Jeff’s conceited mother. Mrs. Carter capitalizes on the elephant’s affection to demonstrate that the unconventional Tibbitts are unsuitable for them, and instigates circus-owner to sue Henry Tibbitt. 

Starring:
Stepin Fetchit, Billie Burke, Alice Brady, Oliver Hardy, Harry Langdon
Directed By:
Gordon Douglas
59. Janie (1944)
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Janie
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Janie is a teenage girl living in a small town named Hortonville. Since the World War II is going on, an army camp is set up near the town. Despite already having a boyfriend, she starts dating one of the soldiers.

Starring:
Julie London, Alan Hale, Ann Harding, Edward Arnold, Robert Hutton
Directed By:
60. Crooner (1932)
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Crooner
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Teddy Taylor is the leader of a group named Ted Taylor’s Collegians. One night, when it seems that his usual singer won't be singing, he decides to try singing himself. The ladies are enamored with his soft voice, though it displeases the men. Within a night, he manages to become a star. However, at the same time his ego gets inflated as well. Things get ugly when he punches a heckler among the audience, which makes him lose everything he has earned so far.

Starring:
David Manners, Guy Kibbee, Ann Dvorak, J. Carrol Naish,
Directed By:
Lloyd Bacon
61. The Washington Masquerade (1932)
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The Washington Masquerade
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Jeff Keane is an attorney who is nominated and elected to the US Senate, after he is able to successfully free a wrongfully convicted boy from prison. He soon meets a socialite named Consuela, and gets married to her eventually. However, his life turns upside down when he realizes that Consuela is heavily in debt. She urges Jeff to resign and join a law firm of the corrupt Alan Hinsdale.

Starring:
Lionel Barrymore, Nils Asther, Karen Morley, Diane Sinclair, Reginald Barlow
Directed By:
Charles Brabin
62. Harmony Lane (1935)
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Harmony Lane
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Harmony Lane is a biographical romantic musical film which revolves around the life of Stephen Foster, well-known composer. The film explores his love life, his early success to his decline, and his death which is assumed to be due to alcoholism.  

Starring:
William Frawley, Evelyn Venable, Joseph Cawthorn, Douglass Montgomery, Adrienne Ames
Directed By:
Joseph Santley
63. Another Face (1935)
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Another Face
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Starring:
Wallace Ford, Molly Lamont, Erik Rhodes, Brian Donlevy, Phyllis Brooks
Directed By:
Christy Cabanne
64. Transient Lady (1935)
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Transient Lady
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Starring:
John Carradine, Henry Hull, June Clayworth, Gene Raymond, Frances Drake
Directed By:
Edward Buzzell
65. Affectionately Yours (1941)
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Affectionately Yours
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A foreign correspondent, who travels across the world in course of his work, is in the habit of getting involved with the local ladies. While in Lisbon, he comes to know that his wife back home has found somebody else and is divorcing him. Panicked, he rushes back home, unaware that his conquest from Lisbon is also following him.   

Starring:
Merle Oberon, Rita Hayworth, Alexis Smith, Dennis Morgan, George Tobias, Ralph Bellamy
Directed By:
Lloyd Bacon
66. We're Only Human (1935)
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We're Only Human
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With the help of a journalist, a tough police detective tries to bring a notorious gangster to justice.

Starring:
Jane Wyatt, James Gleason, Preston Foster, Arthur Hohl, John Arledge
Directed By:
James Flood
67. The Bride Walks Out (1936)
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The Bride Walks Out
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This romantic comedy film tells the story of a woman who is pushed by her new husband into giving up her job as a fashion model. However, as she is unable to meet her financial obligations, she finds herself another job. 

Starring:
Barbara Stanwyck, Gene Raymond, Robert Young, Helen Broderick
Directed By:
Leigh Jason
68. Racing Lady (1937)
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Racing Lady
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Starring:
Harry Carey, Ann Dvorak, Berton Churchill, Smith Ballew,
Directed By:
Wallace Fox
69. Quick Money (1937)
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Quick Money
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Starring:
Berton Churchill, Fred Stone, Gordon Jones, Paul Guilfoyle
Directed By:
Edward Killy
70. The Big Wheel (1949)
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The Big Wheel
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Despite losing his father in an accident years ago, a young man Billy, wants to make it big as a race car driver. 

Starring:
Denver Pyle, Mickey Rooney, Spring Byington, Thomas Mitchell, Michael O'Shea, Mary Hatcher
Directed By:
Edward Ludwig
71. Goodbye Love (1933)
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Goodbye Love
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Chester Hamilton is a wealthy financier who is sent to prison, for not paying alimony to his ex-wife Sandra. Meanwhile, his valet Oswald uses his boss’s reservations to go on vacations, using the assumed identity of ‘Sir Oswald’. Hamilton’s fiancée, menwhile, tries to get married to Oswald for his money.

Starring:
Sidney Blackmer, Charles Ruggles, Verree Teasdale, Phyllis Barry, Ray Walker
Directed By:
H. Bruce Humberstone
72. Little Men (1934)
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Little Men
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Starring:
Junior Durkin, Ralph Morgan, Erin O'Brien-Moore, Cora Sue Collins, Phyllis Fraser
Directed By:
Phil Rosen
73. Flirtation (1934)
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Flirtation
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Starring:
Jeanette Loff, Ben Alexander, Emma Dunn, Franklin Pangborn, Arthur Tracy
Directed By:
Leo Birinsky
74. City Park (1934)
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City Park
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Starring:
Henry B. Walthall, Hale Hamilton, Matty Kemp, Sally Blane, John Harron
Directed By:
Richard Thorpe
75. Postal Inspector (1936)
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Postal Inspector
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Bill Davis is a federal postal inspector, who returns home to Milltown after a business trip. He soon investigates Gregory, the owner of a nightclub who owes a significant sum of money to a dangerous criminal.

Starring:
Bela Lugosi, Ricardo Cortez, Patricia Ellis, Michael Loring
Directed By:
Otto Brower
76. High Tension (1936)
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High Tension
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Starring:
Glenda Farrell, Norman Foster, Robert McWade, Brian Donlevy,
Directed By:
Allan Dwan
77. Three Is a Family (1944)
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Three Is a Family
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Starring:
Arthur Lake, Charles Ruggles, Helen Broderick, Fay Bainter,
Directed By:
Edward Ludwig
78. Over the Goal (1937)
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Over the Goal
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Over the Goal is a romantic comedy sports film which tells the story of Ken Thomas, a quarterback who plays for Carlton College. However, after he suffers an injury, he makes a promise to his girlfriend that he won’t be playing again. However, in order to make him play, some crooks decide to kidnap him.

Starring:
Jane Wyman, William Harrigan, June Travis, Johnnie Davis
Directed By:
Noel M. Smith
79. Sky Racket (1937)
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Sky Racket
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Role:
Jenny (as Hattie McDaniels)
Starring:
Monte Blue, Joan Barclay, Bruce Bennett, Henry Roquemore
Directed By:
Sam Katzman
80. King Kelly of the U.S.A. (1934)
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King Kelly of the U.S.A.
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James W Kelly and his friend Happy Moran are American showmen who are taking their all-girl-dancing troupe for a Europe tour. Things get ugly when their financial backers abandon them, and they find themselves abandoned in a small country.

Starring:
Edgar Kennedy, Ferdinand Gottschalk, Irene Ware, Franklin Pangborn,
Directed By:
Leonard Fields
81. Lost in the Stratosphere (1934)
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Lost in the Stratosphere
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Starring:
Edmund Breese, June Collyer, Edward J. Nugent, Lona Andre,
Directed By:
Melville W. Brown
82. Murder by Television (1935)
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Murder by Television
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Murder by Television is a crime thriller film, which tells the story of a genius inventor who invents a method by which TV signals can be sent instantly to any place in the world. However, he refuses to sell it to television companies. On the night of his initial broadcast, he is murdered mysteriously, after which, it is up to Police Chief Nelson to find the murderer. 

Starring:
Bela Lugosi, June Collyer, George Meeker, Huntley Gordon
Directed By:
Clifford Sanforth
83. Hypnotized (1932)
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Hypnotized
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Starring:
Charles Murray, Ernest Torrence, Wallace Ford, George Moran
Directed By:
Mack Sennett
84. Can This Be Dixie? (1936)
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Can This Be Dixie?
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Starring:
Slim Summerville, Sara Haden, Thomas Beck, Jane Withers,
Directed By:
George Marshall
85. Reunion (1936)
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Reunion
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Starring:
Jean Hersholt, Annette Dionne, Cecile Dionne, Emilie Dionne
Directed By:
Norman Taurog
86. Everybody's Baby (1939)
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Everybody's Baby
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Starring:
Jed Prouty, Spring Byington, June Carlson, Russell Gleason
Directed By:
Malcolm St. Clair
87. Star for a Night (1936)
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Star for a Night
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Starring:
Jane Darwell, Evelyn Venable, Arline Judge, Claire Trevor,
Directed By:
Lewis Seiler
88. Wig-Wag (1935)
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Wig-Wag
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Starring:
Jane Darwell, Jack Mulhall, Dorothy Granger, Grady Sutton,
Directed By:
Sam White
89. 45 Fathers (1937)
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45 Fathers
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Starring:
Richard Carle, Thomas Beck, Louise Henry, Jane Withers,
Directed By:
James Tinling
90. Merry-Go-Round of 1938 (1937)
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Merry-Go-Round of 1938
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Starring:
Alice Brady, Bert Lahr, Mischa Auer, Billy House
Directed By:
Irving Cummings
91. Mickey's Rescue (1934)
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Mickey's Rescue
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Starring:
Mickey Rooney, Douglas Scott, Billy Barty, Jimmy Robinson
Directed By:
Jesse Duffy

Animation(s)

Song of the South (1946)
Song of the South
Plot:

After his parents get separated, Johnny, a seven year old boy visits the plantation of his grandmother for an extended stay. He soon befriends Uncle Remus, who works at the plantation. He tells Johnny the stories of Brer Rabbit, and through these stories Johnny learns how to cope with the problems he faces in his life.

Starring:
Lucile Watson, Ruth Warrick, James Baskett, Bobby Driscoll
Directed By:
Wilfred Jackson, Harve Foster

TV Shows and Videos

Beulah (1950)
Beulah
Starring:
Ethel Waters, David Bruce, Ruby Dandridge, Louise Beavers
The Ed Wynn Show (1949)
The Ed Wynn Show
Role:
Herself (2 episodes, 1949)
Starring:
Shemp Howard, Buddy Ebsen, Larry Fine, William Frawley, Ed Wynn

Hattie McDaniel Awards

Academy Awards
Gone with the Wind Best Actress in a Supporting Role 1940