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The Awful Truth

The Awful Truth

Director: Leo McCarey Cast: Cary Grant, Irene Dunne, Ralph Bellamy

Blu-ray (Special Edition / Restored / Full Frame)

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Product Details

Release Date: 04/17/2018
UPC: 0715515213417
Original Release: 1937
Rating: NR
Source: Criterion
Region Code: A
Presentation: [Full Frame]
Time: 1:31:00
Sales rank: 242

Special Features

New 4K digital restoration, with uncompressed monaural soundtrack; New interview with critic Gary Giddins about Director Leo McCarey; New video essay by film critic David Cairns on Cary Grant's performance; Illustrated 1978 Audio Interview with actor Irene Dunne ; Lux Radio Theatre adaptation of the film from 1939, starring Grant and Claudette Colbert; Plus: An essay by film critic Molly Haskell

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Cary Grant Jerry Warriner
Irene Dunne Lucy Warriner
Ralph Bellamy Daniel Leeson
Robert Allen Frank Randall
Cecil Cunningham Aunt Patsy
Mary Forbes Mrs. Vance
Alex D'Arcy Armand Duvalle
Molly Lamont Barbara Vance
Esther Dale Mrs. Leeson
Joyce Compton Dixie Belle Lee
Claud Allister Lord Fabian
Zita Moulton Lady Fabian
Marguerite Churchill Barbara Vance
Bess Flowers Viola Heath
Ed Mortimer Lucy's Attorney
Edward Peil Bailiff
John Tyrrell Hank
Miki Morita Japanese Servant
Robert Warwick Mr. Vance
Edgar Dearing Motor Cop
Scott Colton Mr. Barnsley
Wyn Cahoon Mrs. Barnsley
Paul Stanton Judge
Al Bridge Motor Cop
Leonard Carey Butler
Byron Foulger Secretary
Bobby Watson Hotel Clerk
Frank Wilson M.C.
Mitchell Harris Jerry's Attorney
Vernon Dent Police Sergeant
George Pearce Caretaker

Technical Credits
Leo McCarey Director,Producer
Lionel Banks Art Director
Al Clark Editor
Vina Delmar Screenwriter
Milton Drake Songwriter
Stephen Goosson Art Director
Babs Johnstone Set Decoration/Design
Robert Kalloch Costumes/Costume Designer
Ben Oakland Score Composer,Songwriter
Everett J. Riskin Associate Producer
Morris W. Stoloff Musical Direction/Supervision
Joseph Walker Cinematographer

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The Awful Truth 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Fantastically funny duo that set the standard of comedic timing! A must have for all Grant/Dunn fans!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Cary Grant and Irene Dunne made I think about three movies together. My favorite is My Favorite Wife but my second favorite is The Awful Truth and I think it is very amusing and I loved the witty dalogue. Grant and Dunne had great chemistry together!
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LTurley More than 1 year ago
A light and fluffy way to spend a couple of hours. A combination of wit and slapstick, the film appeals to the funny bone.
Marica More than 1 year ago
If you are a fan of Carey Grant and/or Irene Dunne you should enjoy this movie. They play a married couple who break up and meet and date other people but realize they really want to be together. My favorite part is when Irene crashes a family get together which Carey's snooty girlfriend is having. Irene pretends to be Carey's sister. The high class family is shocked and appalled at Carey's "sister" who is flashy, outspoken and in their view LOW class. She talks non-stop, drinks like a fish and then entertains them with a musical number called "Gone With The Wind". She explains to them that when she does it at the club her dress blows up on the chorus! Meanwhile Carey goes from being upset to trying not to laugh and of course they wind up back together in the end. I have always loved Irene Dunne. She was one of the best actresses of her generation.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Of course, I'm biased, Cary Grant and Irene Dunne are my favorite Hollywood pairing. All that aside, this is one of their best, either together or separate. It retains its ability to make one laugh out loud even after 6 decades.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago