My Favorite Ernst Lubitsch Films (Revised and Updated)

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1.   Trouble in Paradise (1932)

2.   The Smiling Lieutenant (1931)

3.   The Wildcat (1921)

4.   Monte Carlo (1930)

5.   Lady Windermere’s Fan (1925)

6.   The Shop Around the Corner (1940)

7.   The Love Parade (1929)

8.   Ninotchka (1939)

9.   So This is Paris (1926)

10. To Be or Not to Be (1942)

11. The Student Prince in Old Heidelberg (1927)

12. One Hour with You (1932) (Co-directed with George Cukor)

13. The Merry Widow (1934)

14. The Marriage Circle (1924)

15. Design for Living (1933)

16. Heaven Can Wait (1943)

17. Eternal Love (1929)

18. Madame DuBarry (1919)

19. Angel (1937)

20. The Oyster Princess (1919)

21. Cluny Brown (1946)

22. Anna Boleyn (1920)

23. Sumurun (1920)

24. The Doll (1919)

25. Bluebeard’s Eighth Wife (1938)

26. Carmen (1918)

5 thoughts on “My Favorite Ernst Lubitsch Films (Revised and Updated)

  1. Thank you for the kind words as always 🙂 Sorry, it took me a white to approve your comment. The truth is, I have been busy these past few days with work and college 🙂 Thank you though for stopping by and I will continue reading your blog as well 🙂

  2. Nobody made films like Lubitsch. I love the high spirits and the lighter touch in his movies. Something totally lacking in the current slew of comedies coming out of Hollywood. Crass and crude, sure… but funny? No, not for me!

  3. Lubitsch was indeed a master of sophisticated comedy. As for comedies of today, you have to really dig hard to find some really great ones. For example, I am a huge fan of the comedies that Edgar Wright directs and writes. Anyway, thanks for dropping by 🙂

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