Bringing Up Baby
David Huxley is waiting to get a bone he needs for his museum collection. Through a series of strange circumstances, he meets Susan Vance, and the duo have a series of misadventures which include a leopard called Baby.
Writer, TV presenter, Journalist
This is the zany story of a paleontologist whose intercostal clavicle (for a dinosaur exhibit) is swiped by a ditzy heiress’s terrier. Before he can retrieve his specimen, he must help the heiress transport a leopard named Baby to her eccentric aunt. A wonderful screwball comedy.
The Adventures of Robin Hood
Robin Hood fights nobly for justice against the evil Sir Guy of Gisbourne while striving to win the hand of the beautiful Maid Marian.
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
A beautiful girl, Snow White, takes refuge in the forest in the house of seven dwarfs to hide from her stepmother, the wicked Queen. The Queen is jealous because she wants to be known as "the fairest in the land," and Snow White's beauty surpasses her own.
British diplomat Robert Conway and a small group of civilians crash land in the Himalayas, and are rescued by the people of the mysterious, Eden-like valley of Shangri-la. Protected by the mountains from the world outside, where the clouds of World War II are gathering, Shangri-la provides a seductive escape for the world-weary Conway.
Harvey, the arrogant and spoiled son of an indulgent absentee-father, falls overboard from a transatlantic steamship and is rescued by a fishing vessel on the Grand Banks. Harvey fails to persuade them to take him ashore, nor convince the crew of his wealth. The captain offers him a low-paid job, until they return to port, as part of the crew that turns him into a mature, considerate young man.
Writer, TV presenter, Journalist
Starring Spencer Tracy, Freddie Bartholomew, Lionel Barrymore Directed by Victor Fleming A spoiled, lonely rich boy, neglected by his father, falls off a cruise ship and is rescued by a group of fishermen. Forced to spend the fishing season on their work boat, the boy forms a strong bond with a Portuguese fisherman, and learns their values. Spencer Tracy won an Academy Award for his performance in this wonderful film for the whole family.
The Awful Truth
Unfounded suspicions lead a married couple to begin divorce proceedings, whereupon they start undermining each other's attempts to find new romance.
Joe, who owns a gas station along with his brothers and is about to marry Katherine, travels to the small town where she lives to visit her, but is wrongly mistaken for a wanted kidnapper and arrested.
3 Funniest Movies According to Dennis Prager
TOP 3 Comedies from '30s loved by Dennis.
Mutiny on the Bounty
Fletcher Christian successfully leads a revolt against the ruthless Captain Bligh on the HMS Bounty. However, Bligh returns one year later, hell bent on avenging his captors.
It Happened One Night
A renegade reporter and a crazy young heiress meet on a bus heading for New York, and end up stuck with each other when the bus leaves them behind at one of the stops.
Today the word 'fascist' is usually an insult aimed at those on the right, from neocons to big business. But what does it really mean? What if the true heirs to fascism were actually those who thought of themselves as being terribly nice and progressive - the liberals?Jonah Goldberg's excoriating, opinion-driving, US bestseller explains why. Here he destroys long-held myths to reveal why the most insidious attemps to control our lives originate from the left, whether it's smoking bans or security cameras. Journeying through history and across culture, he uses surprising examples ranging from Woodrow Wilson's police state to the Clinton personality cult, the military chic of 60s' student radicals to Hollywood's totalitarian aesthetics, to show that it is modern progressivism - and not conservatism - that shares the same intellectual roots as fascism.This angry, funny, smart and contentious book looks behind the friendly face of the well-meaning liberal, and turns our preconceptions inside out.
Young, Conservative, and Why It's Smart to Be Like Us
Fourteen young Americans, fourteen stories... The face of Conservatism is changing, and these fourteen young Americans share their personal stories about what it means to be a young conservative. From former Liberals to first-generation Americans, they've each taken different roads, held different beliefs, prioritized different issues, and lived their lives in different ways. Yet each chose conservatism as the best way to protect their freedom. "Young, Conservative, and Why it's Smart to be like Us" offers an exciting glimpse of the future of conservatism with witty, serious, insightful, practical, pointed, and sometimes touching stories about what conservatism means to each author personally and politically. Chapters by Allen Ginzburg, Brady Cremeens, Brandon Morse, Dina Fraioli, Dan Webb, Erin Brown, Gabriella Hoffman, Kate Shaw, Kevin Eder, Liberty Betts, Liz Thatcher, Liz Wheeler, Mary Chastain, R.J. Moeller
We the Living
Ayn Rand's first published novel, a timeless story that explores the struggles of the individual against the state in Soviet Russia. First published in 1936, We the Living portrays the impact of the Russian Revolution on three human beings who demand the right to live their own lives and pursue their own happiness. It tells of a young woman’s passionate love, held like a fortress against the corrupting evil of a totalitarian state. We the Living is not a story of politics, but of the men and women who have to struggle for existence behind the Red banners and slogans. It is a picture of what those slogans do to human beings. What happens to the defiant ones? What happens to those who succumb? Against a vivid panorama of political revolution and personal revolt, Ayn Rand shows what the theory of socialism means in practice. Includes an Introduction and Afterword by Ayn Rand’s Philosophical Heir, Leonard Peikoff
Dennis Prager Book List: 9 Books that Influenced Dennis
Check out these 9 books that Dennis picked as the most influential among all the books he's ever read.
Opinion | Go Ahead, Millennials, Destroy Us
Whenever you disapprove of young people, you’re in the wrong, because you’re going to die and they’ll get to write history.