Dinner At Eight
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Dinner At Eight
Made for television, this second filmed version of Kaufman and Ferber's classic play is slightly updated and still entertaining, but it is still but a pale imitation of the 1933 version.
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"A pleasant trifle."
‑ Nick Schager, Lessons of Darkness
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