Posted by: steveonfilm | February 22, 2010

Warner Brothers Blooper Reel from 1936

You don’t come across stuff like this all that often.

This is a blooper reel that Warner Brother’s put together from some of their movies in 1936. The stars back them flubbed lines just like they do today, albeit with less colorful language I assume.

You got Humphrey Bogart, Joe E. Brown, James Cagney, Bette Davis, Kay Francis, Leslie Howard, Paul Lukas, Barton MacLane, Fredric March, Paul Muni, Pat O’Brien, Claude Rains, Edward G. Robinson, Warren William and a plethora of others.

Man, I just love Youtube sometimes.

The account that hosts this video has a bunch of others just like it. Check them out.

Until next time, keep writing!



  1. It’s great to see those actors in those “breakdown” moments. The way they go from stern face to smile.

    I was just listening to this clip from the fifth Hellraiser movie and Craig Sheffer’s narration reminded me of your hard-boiled post.

    • Yeah, old school bloopers are hilarious to watch.

      Hellraiser? Yikes! That gold box thing STILL gives me the heebee jeebees.

      • Pinhead’s voice…and the chattering of the jaws from that Cenobite in the first Hellraiser film definitely invoke the shivers.

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