Arsenic and Old Lace

1944

N / A

118 Min

Arsenic and Old Lace

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On his wedding day, drama critic Mortimer Brewster (Grant) find out about his sweet maiden aunts' macabre approach to charity.

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N/A
Released:
Sep 23rd, 1944
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Country:
USA

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- SPOILER: Mortimer's repeated phrase at the end of the film declaring the secret of his birth was originally "I'm not a Brewster - I'm a bastard!" However, the censors demanded that it be…More

- The Broadway comedy opened at the Fulton Theatre on January 10, 1941 and ran for 1,444 performances, closing on June 17, 1944. Repeating their stage roles in the movie were "Brewster…More

- Cary Grant considered his acting in this film to be horribly over the top and often called it his least favorite of all his movies.

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