My Man Godfrey (1936) v2


Godfrey is “forgotten man” who is hired by a young, wealthy eccentric as the family’s new butler. Godfey brings sanity a dose of reality to this spoiled rich family.

(Plot summary written by Ken Carson)

 

Runtime original: 01:34:00

Runtime at 90to5: 00:05:30

Director: Gregory La Cava

Writer: Morrie Ryskind (screen play), Eric Hatch (screen play), Zoe Akins (uncredited), Gregory La Cava (uncredited) Robert Presnell Sr. (uncredited)

Editor:Ted J. Kent, Russell F. Schoengarth

90to5 Editor: Vivaval

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90to5 Editor Bio:

I am from Toronto, Ontario, Canada. I worked as a professional editor and assistant for several years but then took a few years off to raise my children. I am a big fan of classic screwball comedies, so I really enjoyed playing around with My Man Godfrey. It has been a great opportunity to brush up on my dialogue-editing skills. I edited two versions of this movie… this one features the relationship between Godfrey and Irene Bullock.

— Vivaval

 

 

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