What’s Your Favorite Non-“Thin Man” William Powell Film Role?

He was a Broadway producer, a butler, a senator, a Navy doctor…oh, yes, and Nick Charles, too. This week’s MovieFanFare poll salutes William Powell and invites you to vote for which of his non-“Thin Man” screen performances is your favorite.

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  • OZ ROB

    My other vote goes to his suave, well mannered Robber in the marvellous pre-code film Jewel Robbery, 1932.

  • Steve in Sacramento

    I haven’t seen all of these, but I voted for his Larry Wilson in I LOVE YOU AGAIN, since that’s a fun, underrated little movie (also starring Myrna Loy, btw) – check it out! … Certainly Father from LIFE WITH FATHER and Godfrey from MY MAN GODFREY are equally worthy of a vote!

  • Sally Stark

    Bill Tennant, in THE KEY (1934)