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|Artist||The Lady Eve trailer|
|Credit||Cropped screenshot of Henry Fonda from the film The Lady Eve|
|Desc||Cropped screenshot of Henry Fonda from the film The Lady Eve|
1941 film by Preston Sturges
The Lady Eve
|Released||25 February 1941 (82 years, 4 months ago)|
|Awards||National Film Registry|
|Genre||romantic comedy and Comedy of remarriage|
|Nominated for||Academy Award for Best Story|
|Production company||Paramount Pictures|
|Country of origin||United States of America|
|Screenwriter||Preston Sturges and Monckton Hoffe|
About The Lady Eve
In the 1941 film The Lady Eve, directed by Preston Sturges, Barbara Stanwyck shines as a con artist who falls for her mark, played by Henry Fonda. The film is a delightful screwball comedy with witty dialogue and a clever plot that keeps the audience guessing until the very end.
Stanwyck's performance as Jean Harrington, a card sharp who poses as a wealthy socialite to seduce Fonda's naive heir to a brewing fortune, is a masterclass in comedic timing and charm. Fonda, as the bumbling Charles Pike, is the perfect foil for Stanwyck's schemes, and their chemistry is electric.
The Lady Eve is a classic example of the golden age of Hollywood, with its glamorous sets, impeccable costumes, and star-studded cast. It's a film that has stood the test of time, and is still as entertaining today as it was when it was first released.
Overall, The Lady Eve is a must-see for fans of classic Hollywood comedies, and a testament to the talent of its director and cast. It's a film that will leave you laughing and smiling long after the credits roll.
- Ebert, R. (1999, March 14). The Lady Eve. RogerEbert.com. https://www.rogerebert.com/reviews/great-movie-the-lady-eve-1941
- The Lady Eve. (n.d.). Turner Classic Movies. https://www.tcm.com/tcmdb/title/80508/the-lady-eve#overview
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