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Prosperity(1932)

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  • Dressler at her best

    • Chris
    • 8/9/14

    This is my favorite Marie Dressler movie and I'm very disappointed that it's not available on DVD. Dressler gives a warm and powerful performance that includes comedy and drama. It is by turns serious and funny and always with Marie's perfect touch. Of course Polly Moran is here too as her aggravating best friend. The story involves banking during the depths of the depression, including runs on the bank and threats of financial ruin. Will the con artists and swindlers destroy the family business, or can Marie ride to the rescue. Well, we know how it will turn out, but it's such great fun watching it happen.

  • A lot of subtle history

    • jeff langley
    • 10/30/09

    Very good, both for a little warm light heartedness, but more importantly a film that shows the fashion and mannerisms of a people that are fast passing into history. Note, the clothing style and the exppressions used by the two mothers. More importantly the movie shoes first hand what people really experienced during the Great Depresson regarding the run on the banks, and how they felt they would someday pull out of it. Just like if someone 80 yrs from were to view a film that depicted what were now experiencing with Wall Street and our 401K's, with no certainty of how that is all going to play out.

  • Hilarious

    • Cheryl Lotridge
    • 10/30/09

    This is the funniest movie I have ever seen. My husband and I laughed and laughed. 5 stars in my opinion.

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