• 电影名称 Song of the Thin Man

  • ——WILLIAM POWELL and MYRNA LOY and me too. We're all together again in a NEW MGM mystery comedy! [me too refers to their (Nick & Noras') dog in the film]
  • 中文名称 瘦人之歌
  •  类型  喜剧 / 犯罪 / 戏剧 / 歌舞 / 悬疑 / 爱情
  •  国家  美国
  •  语言  英语
  •  时长  1 hr 26 min (86 min)
  • 上映时间 September 1947 (USA)
Did Nick and Nora's swan song, "Song Of The Thin Man," tries too hardto be hip and cool? Yep. Are some of the bits a tad forced? Yep. Is this, the sixth adventure ofMr. & Mrs. Charles, the worst in the series? Yep. You know what that means? Yes, it means that the worst Thin Man movieis still better ...
While it probably doesn't offer as much as most of the earlier moviesin the series, "Song Of the Thin Man" is nevertheless a pleasant finaleto the classic series. It has the usual blend of wit, oddly assortedcharacters, and mystery, with a solid supporting cast led by KeenanWynn.The story uses the n...
Song of the Thin Man is a sad-sweet experience, something like meetinga good friend you haven't seen in years and realizing how muchaffection you still have for him... but also how much you both haveaged. It's been 13 years since The Thin Man appeared in 1934. We haveto stop and remember that Nick C...
This is not quite a great movie,perhaps; but of all the "Thin Man"series'entries that starred capable William Powell and mature andlovely Myrna Loy, arguably this is the best mystery of all. It is alsounfortunately true that having saddled the fun-loving Charleses, Nickand Nora, with Little Nicky, t...
Good mystery comedy movie that was certainly carried by the lead stars.Theproduction was average and the script was not as good as the previous THINMAN films.Still delivers the basics of the genre though so if you are a fanof the THIN MAN films or a big fan of comedy mysteries or a big fan of thelea...
It may be mediocre, small-time fare, but it's also an excellent exampleofstudio filmmaking from the 40s. In the last of the Thin Man movies, Nick(William Powell) and Nora (Myrna Loy) solve a murder (again), this timeconcerning a jazz bandleader (I think; the plot was kind of confusing).The dia...
William Powell and Myrna Loy conclude an entertaining series with a so-sofilm that just happens to be packed with some great 1940's jazz. Much ofthe quick wit we've come to expect from Nick and Nora just isn't here withthe exception of Nora's "Mr. Charles is a bit of a schmoe" remark. In manyof th...
It was inevitable that "The Thin Man" series would run out of steameventually and this last entry is probably why both Powell and Loynever made another one. The background for this mystery is a gamblingboat with jazz musicians giving the film a very dated look because ofall the jive talk, circa 1940...
What started with a bang in The Thin Man sadly ends in something of awhimper in Song of the Thin Man. By 1947, William Powell and Myrna Loyhad become a little too long in the tooth to portray the dashing,urbane mystery solving couple. Both still do a good job, but I alwayspicture Nick and Nora a lit...
William Powell was 55 and Myrna Loy 42 when Song of the Thin Man cameout to box office that was not as good as the previous five entries.MGM thought they were getting too old for the roles and they and thestars called a halt to this most acclaimed of film series. I think theycarried their parts off ...
This is the sixth and last in the series of Thin Man movies withWilliam Powell and Myrna Loy. The plot deals with a night club managerwho is murdered after he assaults a trumpet player in a band and twotimes a girlfriend and well as owe several thousand dollars to anotherman. Nick and Nora take on t...
Having revisited the entire Thin Man series it was with some regret andsadness to have the last installment playing before me. Regret, becausePowell and Loy made for such a snappy team, with their dry wit andunderstated performances. Sadness because I had hoped the last moviewould be the best, not t...
Totally ordinary now, the Thin Man bowed out as slightly off-key as oneof the clarinet solos played by the mysterious key character Buddy. Canmadness be turned on and off like a tap? However still some finemoments here even for 1947, but especially for 2006.Murder is committed on a heaving nightclub...
I completely disagree with some prior posters who thought this theworst in the series. First of all, it's one of the best mysteries withany number of possible candidates. Secondly, it has a really strongsupporting cast led by K. Wynn who is terrific in the role of jazzinside man. Jayne Meadows and R...
For the past year, I have looked towards each new instalment of the'Thin Man' adventures with great enthusiasm. The original film,released in 1934, took me completely by surprise, a hard-boileddetective story that turned out of be a remarkably wittymystery/comedy, with William Powell and Myrna Loy a...
For all the talk of the leads getting old, they look fine. Likewise forremarks that this is a mediocre entry in the series. I wish that thefinal installment of Indiana Jones was this mediocre. The humor isstill wonderfully cynical and fresh. The idea that a movie in the 40spromotes the idea that the...
Yeah, it's not as good as the other five Thin Man films. So what? It'sworth a 7 just to see Powell & Loy banter one more time. Remember, evenMarilyn Monroe couldn't save "Love Happy", the Marx Brothers' lasteffort.BTW: The jazz was dated even for the time. The cutting edge in 1947 wasbebop, and even...
The sixth, last and weakest "Thin Man" film, it is nevertheless quitefun (in spite of its uninspired plot) due to William Powell and MyrnaLoy's electric chemistry and a strong supporting cast including KeenanWynn, an 11-year-old Dean Stockwell (who has changed surprisinglylittle!), Jayne Meadows, Le...
As a Thin Man mystery, this is pretty good, and Keenan Wynn is a lot offun. But there's a problem. The entire story is built around one song,"You're Not So Easy to Forget." The song itself is okay, though itbears strong similarities to the later (1956), better and more popular"This Could Be the Star...
Aboard a gambling ship where Nick and Nora are invited by rich DavidThayar, the atmosphere is obviously pretty much poisonous - and by theend of the night, it becomes murderous, too: band leader Tommy Drake,hated by just about everyone on board, is shot. And suspect number oneis - Phil Brant, who ju...
SONG OF THE THIN MAN (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1947), directed by EdwardBuzzell, reunites the popular team of William Powell and Myrna Loy forthe thirteenth time in what proved to become their sixth and final goround as society sleuths Nick and Nora Charles. Though finalinstallments rarely measure up to...
This is the last of the Thin Man movies but the first in the series Ididn't like. I've found these movies work best when Nick and Nora aretogether as much as possible. The appeal for me is their banter andchemistry with each other and their paired interactions with others.But in Song they're rarely ...
It's 1947 and after five entries into the "Thin Man" series, startingin 1934, it's time for a sixth and last one. This may not be the best,but it has a lovely cast consisting of William Powell and Myrna Loy, ofcourse, as well as Keenan Wynn, Leon Ames, Gloria Grahame, Don Taylor,Patricia Morison, Ja...
"Song of the Thin Man" was probably my least favorite of the entire "ThinMan" series. After watching something like ten hours worth of Thin Man, theending to "Song of the Thin Man" was very disappointing. They left it openas if they already had plans for another sequel. It is an entertainingfilm,but...
While I enjoyed this final THIN MAN movie, I've gotta admit that it wasfar less enjoyable than the first few entries in this series. Maybe theactors were getting tired or the writers had writer's block--but themovie just lacked the most important factor for a THIN MAN movie--FUN!Yes, some of the won...
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