Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Elliot Nugent|
|Produced by||B.P. Schulberg|
|Based on||Three-Cornered Moon
by Gertrude Tonkonogy
|Music by||Ralph Rainger|
|Distributed by||Paramount Pictures|
Three-Cornered Moon is a 1933 film directed by Elliot Nugent, and written by Ray Harris and S.K. Lauren, based on play by Gertrude Tonkonogy Friedberg. The film reached No. 9 in the National Board of Review Awards Top 10 films in 1933.
This film is often mentioned as one of the earliest examples of screwball comedy.
Difficulties overtake a well-to-do family in New York when they lose all their money in the Great Crash of 1929.
- Claudette Colbert as Elizabeth Rimplegar
- Richard Arlen as Dr. Alan Stevens
- Mary Boland as Nellie Rimpleger
- Wallace Ford as Kenneth Rimpleger
- Lyda Roberti as Jenny
- Tom Brown as Eddie Rimplegar
- Joan Marsh as Kitty
- Hardie Albright as Ronald
- William Bakewell as Douglas Rimplegar
- Sam Hardy as Hawkins
- Three-Cornered Moon at the TCM Movie Database
- Three-Cornered Moon at the Internet Movie Database
- Three-Cornered Moon at AllMovie
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