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starring: William Powell, Myrna Loy
directed by: Richard Thorpe

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Sales Rank: 1,564; Release Date: 24 April, 1991; Media: VHS Tape; Theatrical Date: 2000; MPAA Rating: NR (Not Rated)

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  • Customer Reviews
    Average Rating: 4.11 out of 5 stars

    Rating: 4 out of 5 stars - No Small Town Is Safe When Nick And Nora Show Up
    Nick and Nora go to a small town to visit Nick's parents in this installment. Of course, usually it's a quiet place where nothing exciting ever happens, but when the Charles show up, there's bound to be murder. There's an extra dose of humour in this story compared to the others in the series and the film has a strong supporting cast that includes Lucile Watson and Harry Davenport as the parents, Gloria DeHaven as a drama queen, Leon Ames as a mysterious art collector, and best of all, Anne Revere as the town's crazy woman. William Powell and Myrna Loy do their customary good job as the leads. The mystery was interesting, with some good twists, and other than needing a little tightening up in a few places, the film moves along well. Mystery fans will enjoy this entry.

    Rating: 4 out of 5 stars - Nick and Nora Visit the Folks.
    This entry in the series is a change of pace. Instead of New York or San Francisco we have Sycamore Springs. Sycamore Springs looks as if it is just down the road from George Bailey's Bedford Falls. It's very Norman Rockwell. Lots of trees, picket fences, and big houses. Nick and Nora breeze into town to celebrate Nick's birthday with the folks. There are a variety of suspicious characters hanging around town. They get nervous when a famous detective arrives. There is, in fact, a murder. Right on the Charles' front porch. Nick and Nora's razor sharp repartee lost some of its edginess by this point in the series. This film gets disparaged as a step down in quality. Although some of the banter takes place over a wobbly piece of lawn furniture in the side yard rather than a cocktail shaker in a New York bar, dismissing the film as inferior is a mistake. Ozzie and Harriet interludes notwithstanding, this is fun for those who enjoy classic comedy. A hallmark of the series is that the murder is an excuse for humor. Not to make fun of murder, of course, but it's hilarious when Nora follows a suspect on a walk on the wild side. The WWII flavor of this flick adds to its old-fashioned charm. The mystery is of stolen propellor plans down at the local defense plant. The small town social mores are quaint. This movie is a good fit for fans of classic comedy, Thin Man fans, and collectors. Ownership is recommended. ;-)

    Rating: 3 out of 5 stars - Not Too Bad For A Low Budget Movie
    In THE THIN MAN GOES HOME Nick and Nora visit Nick's parents where Nick solves a case involving sabotage and spies during World War II. No liquor is available at the house and Nick is forced to work while sober.

    William Powell and Myrna Loy return in the starring roles of the series for the fifth time. They are joined by Lucille Watson, Gloria De Haven and Harry Davenport. Richard Thorpe is the director of this low budget entry.

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