Approved | | Comedy, Romance
An heiress switches places with her secretary in order to find a man who will love her for who she is and not for her money.
When Tony arrives at the cabin in the Adirondacks during a wild rainstorm, he walks in saying "Ain't a fit night out for man or beast." This is a line popularized the year before by W.C. Fields in The Fatal Glass of Beer (1933).
John, I hope you're keeping Miss Hunter invisible.
Cavendish: Well, you'd be more comfortable. You see, this isn't Europe. We haven't many celebrities and the richest girl in the world finds she won't have much of a private life.