1933 in film

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The following is an overview of 1933 in film, including significant events, a list of films released and notable births and deaths.wikipedia
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List of American films of 1933

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A list of American feature films released in 1933. Cavalcade won Best Picture at the Academy Awards.

Academy Award for Best Production Design

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Most Awards: Cavalcade - 3 (Outstanding Production; Best Director; Best Art Direction)

List of British films of 1933

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A list of British films released in 1933.

Academy Award for Best Actor

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Best Actor: Charles Laughton – The Private Life of Henry VIII

Academy Award for Best Actress

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Best Actress: Katharine Hepburn – Morning Glory

Academy Award for Best Director

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Best Director: Frank Lloyd – Cavalcade

List of French films of 1933

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A list of films produced in France in 1933:

Academy Award for Best Picture

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Best Picture: Cavalcade – Fox Film

Don Quixote (1933 film)

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Don Quixote
Don Quixote (1933) is the English title of a film adaptation of the classic Miguel de Cervantes novel, directed by Georg Wilhelm Pabst, starring the famous operatic bass Feodor Chaliapin.

When Ladies Meet (1933 film)

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When Ladies Meet is a 1933 pre-Code film starring Ann Harding, Myrna Loy, Robert Montgomery, Alice Brady, and Frank Morgan.

Dinner at Eight (film)

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Dinner at Eight is a 1933 American pre-Code comedy-drama film directed by George Cukor.

List of Soviet films of 1933

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Okraina (The Outskirts) (U.S.S.R.)
A list of films produced in the Soviet Union in 1933 (see 1933 in film).

Daybreak (1933 film)

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Daybreak is a 1933 Chinese silent film directed by Sun Yu for the Lianhua Film Company.

Alfred L. Werker

It's Great to Be Alive, directed by Alfred L. Werker and starring Raul Roulien and Gloria Stuart
He was brought in by Fox Film Corporation executives to re-shoot and re-edit Erich von Stroheim's film Hello, Sister! (1933), co-starring Boots Mallory and ZaSu Pitts.

Little Toys

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Little Toys (Xiáo wǎnyì), directed by Sun Yu - (China)
Little Toys is a 1933 silent film directed by filmmaker Sun Yu.

King Kong (1933 film)

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March 2 - King Kong premieres at Radio City Music Hall.
1933 in film

Leo McCarey

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Duck Soup, directed by Leo McCarey, starring the Marx Brothers
In the sound era, McCarey focused on feature-film direction, working with many of the biggest stars of the era, including Gloria Swanson (Indiscreet, 1931), Eddie Cantor (The Kid From Spain, 1932), the Marx Brothers (Duck Soup, 1933), W.C. Fields (Six of a Kind, 1934), and Mae West (Belle of the Nineties, 1934).

Spring Silkworms (film)

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'Spring Silkworms'' (Chung Can) - (China)
Spring Silkworms is a 1933 silent film from China.

List of Polish films of the 1930s

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Każdemu wolno kochać (Anybody Can Love), by Mieczysław Krawicz - (Poland)

The Whispering Shadow

The Whispering Shadow, starring Bela Lugosi
The Whispering Shadow is a 1933 American pre-Code serial film directed by Colbert Clark and Albert Herman and starring Béla Lugosi in his first of five serial roles.

Gilbert Roland

Our Betters, starring Constance Bennett, Gilbert Roland, and Anita Louise
She Done Him Wrong (1933) as Serge Stanieff

Max Baer (boxer)

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The Prizefighter and the Lady, starring Max Baer, Myrna Loy, Primo Carnera and Jack Dempsey
Baer's motion picture debut was in The Prizefighter and the Lady (1933) opposite Myrna Loy and Walter Huston.

Jean Vigo

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Zero for Conduct (Zéro de conduite), directed by Jean Vigo - (France)
Vigo is noted for two films that affected the future development of both French and world cinema: Zero for Conduct (1933) and L'Atalante (1934).