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Miriam Hopkins
(Movies & TV)
Paramount Pictures
(Media and Entertainment)
Gary Cooper
(Movies & TV)
Fredric March
(Movies & TV)
Marlene Dietrich
(Movies & TV)
Josef von Sternberg
(Movies & TV)
Mae West
(Movies & TV)
 

See also

Design for Living (film)

Knowledge Identifier: $Design_for_Living_(film)

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Design for Living (film)

1933 American Pre-Code comedy film produced and directed by Ernst Lubitsch and starring Fredric March, Gary Cooper, and Miriam Hopkins add

Category: Movies & TV (402)

Launched in 1933.

Countries: United States (78%), Germany (22%)

Main connections: Miriam Hopkins, Paramount Pictures, Gary Cooper

 

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1933

Lubitsch cast Paramount contract player Fredric March 1933 as Tom. According to the New York State Writers Institute website, a highlight of the film is the scene where, while struggling at his playwriting, he begs Miriam Hopkins, as Gilda, to smack him between the shoulder blades add something

 

"'Design for Living"' is a 1933 American Pre-Code comedy film produced and directed by Ernst Lubitsch and starring Fredric March 1933 , Gary Cooper, and Miriam Hopkins add something


1934

Before officials began enforcing the Production Code in 1934, leading to censorship of sexuality from films, Paramount and other studios produced many with sexual or controversial content, including films starring Mae West, W. C. Fields and Marlene Dietrich and the fantasy films of Josef von Sternberg add something

 

The Hays Office eventually approved it for release, but the film later was banned by the Legion of Decency, and in 1934 it was refused a certificate by the PCA for re-release under the strict new rules add something


2011

It was later released on both DVD and Blu-ray by The Criterion Collection on December 6, 2011, with several extras, unlike "The Gary Cooper Collection" add something