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Life with father

A delightful motion picture about the powerful head of a well-to-do New York City family during the 1880's. The film offers a unique view of late 19th century America in addition to some fine comedy.

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  • "Cinema greats presents life with father"
  • "Warner Bros. presents Clarence Day's Life with father"@en
  • "Smash-up"
  • "Clarence Day's Life with Father"@en
  • "My man Godfrey"
  • "Clarence Day's "Life with father""
  • "Clarence Day's Life with father"@en
  • "Clarence Day's life with father"

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  • "A delightful motion picture about the powerful head of a well-to-do New York City family during the 1880's. The film offers a unique view of late 19th century America in addition to some fine comedy."@en
  • "Domestic comedy about a well-to-do household in 1880's New York City. A strong-willed father struggles to maintain his own sense of order over an unruly household."@en
  • "Domestic comedy about a well-to-do household in 1880's New York City. A strong-willed father struggles to maintain his own sense of order over an unruly household."
  • "Irascible paterfamilias Clarence Day refuses to be baptized. His loving wife and four high-spirited sons bear this latest domestic crisis in typical Day-Family fashion."
  • "A financier rules his unruly family, consisting of his wife and his four sons, with the meticulousness of a bookkeeper in 1880's New York City."@en
  • "Domestic comedy about a well-to-do household in 1880's New York City. A strong-willed father struggles to maintain his own sense of order over an unruly household. Starring Irene Dunne & William Powell."@en
  • "Domestic comedy about a well-to-do household in 1880's New York City. A strong-willed father struggles to maintain his own sense of order over an unruly household. Starring Irene Dunne & William Powell."
  • "The wife of Clarence Day, Sr., a wealthy stockbroker, attempts to persuade or trick her husband into being baptized. The swirl of characters and incidents provide a look at New York City in 1883."
  • "The story of semi-tyrannical Clarence Day and his family and its problems in New York City in the 1880s."
  • "Dad's a bit eccentric, but he does love his family in this delightful comedy of growing up in New York at the turn of the century."@en
  • "Adaptation of Clarence Day's humorous autobiographical account of family life with his strong-minded father in the late 1800s."
  • "Adaptation of Clarence Day's humorous autobiographical account of family life with his strong-minded father in the late 1800s."@en
  • "The trials and tribulations of a stern but lovable father and his family in New York City in the 1880's."
  • "The tyrannical head of a New York household in the 1880s refuses his family's request that he be baptized."
  • "In New York City at the turn of the century, Clare Day insists on running his household as efficiently as he runs his office down on Wall Street-- to the frequent annoyance of his wife and their four sons. When a visit from cousin Cora and the lovely young Mary Skinner disrupts the family's routine life with father takes a turn for high dudgeon and hilarity."@en
  • "Based on Clarence Day, Jr.'s writings of his childhood and growing up with a semi-tyrannical father."@en
  • "The story of a family and its problems in New York City at the turn of the century."
  • "The story of a family and its problems in New York City at the turn of the century."@en
  • "[Life with Father]: Based on a popular Broadway play by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse, the film explores family life in New York City during the 1880s. Each scene is an amusing anecdote--for instance, the wife's desperate attempts to have her despotic husband baptized or the father's awkward moments explaining the facts of life to his unimpressed son. Earned major nominations from the Academy Awars and the New York Film Critics."
  • "Based on an autobiographical book by Clarence Day Jr. and a hit Broadway play, this is the story of a son's fond remembrance of his Victorian youth spent in the home of his authoritarian but lovable father. Father is played by William Powell who won an academy award for his performance."@en
  • "Based on an autobiographical book by Clarence Day Jr. and a hit Broadway play, this is the story of a son's fond remembrance of his Victorian youth spent in the home of his authoritarian but lovable father. Father is played by William Powell who won an academy award for his performance."
  • ""New York in 1883 is the setting for this classic family movie. Clarence Day (William Powell) a stockbroker attempts to run his household with the meticulous efficiency of his office. His wife Vinnie (Irene Dunne) is the real driving force behind the family by constantly out witting her husband"--Container."@en
  • "[My man Godfrey]: A sweet but spoiled rich girl named Irene picks up Godfrey as part of a Scavenger Hunt, thinking that this bum is the "Forgotten Man" she's been looking for. Godfry soon becomes the butler for her euqally spoiled family and ends up teaching them a few lessons about things more important than money. Godfrey also learns a few things for himself as he begins to fall in love with Irene."
  • "Father Day is a Victorian who rules his family with an iron hand, but it takes the charms and a near fatal illness of Vinnie, his wife, to bring him to his senses."@en
  • "A New York stockbroker thinks he runs his house, but is unaware of how many of the decisions are made by his wife and children."@en
  • "This witty and charming film revolves around the Day household in turn of the century New York City."@en
  • "Includes musical interludes of late 19th century popular songs sung before each of the the three acts."
  • "A warm, witty, charming, nostalgic memoir of life and the coming of age of author Clarence Day in turn-of-the-century New York City. Centering on his staid, eccentric father (William Powell), this film is delightful. Based on the long-running Broadway play."@en
  • "New York City of the 1880's is the delightful setting for this story of a stern but susceptible father and his relationship with his knowing wife and four red-headed sons."@en
  • "Domestic comedy about a well-to-do New York family in the 1880's."@en
  • "Film about turn of the century American life as lived by a large, upper-class Gotham family dominated by a strong-willed patriarch."@en
  • "The story of Clarence Day, the demanding patriarch of his red-headed brood of sons, and infinitely patient wife in their Victorian household."@en
  • "Classic film that tells the simple story of a well-to-do family and its problems in turn-of-the-century New York City."@en
  • "Smash-up :"
  • "At the turn of the century, Clare Day insists on running the household as efficiently as he runs his office on Wall Street but when cousin Cora visits, life takes a turn. A comedic and touching look at life in the United States in 1883."@en
  • "Based on Clarence Day Jr.'s reminiscences of his semi-tyrannical but benevolent father."@en
  • "Life with father: Domestic comedy about a well-to-do household in 1880's New York City. A strong-willed father struggles to maintain his own sense of order over an unruly household."
  • "Screen adaptation of Broadway's long-running comedy (1939-1947) by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. The story of autocratic Clarence Day and his red-headed family in New York during the turn of the century. New York Film Critics Award Best Male Performance (Powell)."
  • "A story of "a strict, but understanding father, a loving mother and four sons in New York City during the 1880's."--Container."
  • "A wealthy, uptight Wall Street stockbroker in the late 1800s runs his household with an iron fist, much to the amusement of his family and staff."
  • "SAC Videos are meant primarily for the use of students, therefore there will be a limit of one SAC movie per patron."
  • "Screen adapatation of one of Broadway's longest running plays. Story concerns the Day family, living in New York at the turn of the century and their day-to-day events."
  • "Adaptation of Clarence Day's humorous autobiographical account of family life with his strong-minded father in the late 1800's."
  • "Adaptation of long-running Broadway play based on Clarence Day's story of growing up in turn-of-the-century New York City with his loving but eccentric father."

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