Approved | | Comedy, Drama, Romance
A man from a family of rich snobs becomes engaged to a woman from a good-natured but decidedly eccentric family.
Frank Capra first became aware of the play when he caught a performance of it when he was in New York in 1937 for the premiere of Lost Horizon (1937). He tried to persuade Columbia boss Harry Cohn to buy the rights but Cohn refused, partly because he baulked at the prospect of shelling ... ...
I ain't done nothin', but I'm sure tired.
Rheba: Yeah you always tired, for once, you was born tired. Here, take this. You just in time enough to set the table.
Donald: I don't see why I gotta do your work just because we engaged.
During the first meeting between the Kirbys and the Vanderhofs, Mr. Kirby's cigar changes abruptly from his left hand to his right.
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