O. Henry's Full House (1952)
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|Genre:||Drama, Musical & Performing Arts, Classics, Comedy|
|Directed By:||Henry Hathaway, Howard Hawks, Henry King, Henry Koster, Jean Negulesco|
|Written By:||Richard L. Breen, Walter Bullock, Lamar Trotti, Nunnally Johnson, Lamar Johnson|
|In Theaters:||Oct 16, 1952 Wide|
|On DVD:||Nov 21, 2006|
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as Joanna Goodwin
as Johnny Kernan
as Barney Woods
as Susan Goodwin
as Mr. Crump
as Santa Claus
as Mrs. O'Brien
as Sheldon Sidney
as Man with Umbrella
as Chief of Detectives
as O. Henry
as J.B.'s Mother
as J.B.'s Father
as Mr. Dorset
as Ellie Mae
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Critic Reviews for O. Henry's Full House
Henry Hathaway's segment is a fun mix of historical and crime film.
The unquestionable pinnacle is Howard Hawks' energetic "The Ransom of Red Chief."
Audience Reviews for O. Henry's Full House
Despite of being too dated, it fared relatively well. Maybe it didn't work for me that well because I watched it while I was home alone.
Some wonderful short stories interlaced with a few duds, all introduced by John Steinbeck, the one that towers above the rest is "The Last Leaf" touching and beautiful with delicate lovely performances from all three actors.
An Amazing cast and five very talented and legendary directors bring to life a series of short stories written by O. Henry. A really great film, combined with the timeless and memorable stories that inspired it. Makes O. HENRY'S FULL HOUSE, a very entertaining and moving motion picture experience.
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