The Life of the Party 91 years old

IT'S A KICK IN THE SHINS! You'll laugh till you cry At this glorious riot of fun!

The Life of the Party

Two gold diggers try a French dressmaker, two Mr. Smiths and Havana.

Credits

The Life of the Party Cast

Name Character
Bobby Barber He was 35, 81 years old when he died as Waiter
Winnie Lightner She was 31, 71 years old when she died as Flo
Charles Judels He was 48, 86 years old when he died as Mons. LeMaire
William Irving He was 37, 50 years old when he died as The 'Yoohoo' Man
Arthur Hoyt He was 56, 78 years old when he died as Secretary
John Davidson He was 43, 81 years old when he died as Mr. Smith
Charles Butterworth He was 34, 49 years old when he died as Colonel Joy
Rolfe Sedan He was 34, 86 years old when he died as Man Who Wants to Hear 'Poison Ivy'
Eddie Kane He was 41, 79 years old when he died as Mr. Foster
Tom Ricketts He was 77, 86 years old when he died as Elderly Fashion Show Spectator

The Life of the Party Crew

Name Department
Vernon L. Walker as Special Effects. He was 36 (53) years old when He died Crew
Roy Webb as Music Director. He was 42 (94) years old when He died Sound
Edward Stevenson as Costume Design. He was 110 (76) years old when He died Costume & Make-Up
Van Nest Polglase as Art Direction. He was 32 (70) years old when He died Art
Harry Ruby as Screenplay. He was 35 (79) years old when He died Writing
Bert Kalmar as Screenplay. He was 46 (63) years old when He died Writing
Roy Del Ruth as Director. He was 37 (67) years old when He died Directing
John E. Tribby as Sound Recordist. He was 26 (now 118) years old Sound
Jack Hively as Editor. He was 20 (85) years old when He died Editing
Edward Kaufman as Producer. He was 37 (61) years old when He died Production
J. Roy Hunt as Director of Photography. He was 46 (87) years old when He died Camera
Joseph Santley as Story. He was 41 (82) years old when He died Writing
The Life of the Party poster
The Life of the Party (91 years)

IT'S A KICK IN THE SHINS! You'll laugh till you cry At this glorious riot of fun!

  • Release day: Saturday, October 25, 1930
  • Runtime: 79 minutes