Myrna Loy, William Powell, Jean Harlow, Spencer Tracy, Walter Connolly
One of the best screwball comedies of the 1930’s! Loy is a rich heiress who has a habit of making newspaper headlines. When she is going to sue the paper, Tracy as a conniving editor, comes up with an outrageous scheme. He uses his fiancée (Harlow) to act as a wife to ex-employee (Powell) to get the goods on Loy. The whole plot backfires when Loy and Powell fall in love. Then all hell breaks loose! The fifth of fourteen films Loy and Powell made together. Nominated for best Picture, it lost to another Low-Powell hit, The Great Ziegfeld.
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