Song of the Thin Man
Song of the Thin Man (1947)

This last entry in MGM's "Thin Man" series isn't the best of the batch, but is a lot better than most other comedy-mysteries of the period. Older but no less glamorous and sophisticated, Nick and Nora Charles (William… More

Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: January 1, 1947
DVD Release Date: August 2, 2005
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Critic Score: 80% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Douglas Pratt

the film flows less smoothly than its predecessors

Dennis Schwartz
Ozus' World Movie Reviews

The great chemistry between Powell and Loy is still there and their charm carries things a long way.

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Ken Hanke
Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)

Last, but not quite the least of the series.

Chris Barsanti

It wouldn't be Hollywood if they didn't wring too much out of a good idea

Steve Crum
Kansas City Kansan

One of series' best.

John J. Puccio
Movie Metropolis

Although the ending of Song of the Thin Man leaves a lot to be desired, including the compulsory confession, everything leading up to it works pretty well.

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Jeffrey M. Anderson
San Francisco Examiner

The last of a six-film series was running out of gas, but it's still good, clean fun.

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Flixster Audience Score: 69% Flixster User Reviews
Aj V
I like the Thin Man series, but this one is more average than usual, and by now you know how Powell will solve the mystery anyway.
Devon Bott
A little bit better than the previous "The Thin Man Goes Home", "The Song of the Thin Man" centers around a group of jive-talking, hepcat… More
Michael Gildea
The Batman and Robin of the Thin Man series. Powell and Loy kind of look like they don't want to be there, Nicky jr's (played by Dean Stockwell)… More