No Time for Comedy

No Time for Comedy

Director William Keighley's 1940 film adaptation of S. N. Behrman's stage hit, about an aspiring playwright who finds himself an overnight Broadway success, stars James Stewart, Rosalind Russell, Genevieve Tobin, Louise Beavers, Charles Ruggles and Allyn Joslyn.

Playwright Gaylord Esterbrook scores a hit with his first Broadway play, both with the critics and with leading lady Linda Paige. He and Linda are happily married until a patroness of the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


No Time for Comedy torrent reviews

John W (kr) wrote: Has a good old school horror vibe, but suffers from a muddy plot that leaves too many loose ends and unanswered questions to be truly engaging. That half-done feeling permeates the film and in the end it just can't deliver.

Leena L (nl) wrote: After Black Stallion and its sequel I swore I will never watch a film with running horses. But..... I did it again. Mainly because of Diane Lane and John Malkovich, cursing beautifully in french. The excitement of the competition and speed catches and even moves you but I think no more horse movies?

Katy T (us) wrote: I saw the short film of this back in 2001 or 2002 and loved it. Didn't like the movie QUITE as well, but I love Scott's small part in this. I miss seeing him onscreen.

Elena P (ag) wrote: that's why cigarettes kill!LOL

Michael M (ru) wrote: I think the film is delightful and a MUST see comedy. There are too many "rare birds" in movie to list, but you MUST see them all. Original, funny.

Doctor S (mx) wrote: Pleasant comedy has some laughs, unfamiliar with the TV show but I thought Steve Martin fit the part of the smooth-talking, quick-dealing Bilko. Much better than his unwise attempt at Inspector Clouseau, that's for sure.

Myisha S (gb) wrote: WHAT CAN YOU SAY !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! GREAT !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

John H (nl) wrote: One of the best Arthurian films I've seen, full of power and mystery.

Bobby S (br) wrote: I love this movie and have seen it many times over the years. I think much better that Rio Bravo. The back story is interesting and the combination of John Wayne and Robert Mitchum teamed up with James Caan and Arthur Hunnicut provide great action combined with humor. Add other great actors like Ed Asner and Christopher George. Well, it is just plain entertaining.

Veniea T (mx) wrote: Enjoy the Classic movies Good one

The Movie G (it) wrote: Very underrated, but definitely not as good as The Conjuring

Jake L (kr) wrote: With captivating performances from Wilson and Page, Hard Candy is a sombre film that explores uncharted film territory, blurring the line between victim and criminal.