Passed | | Comedy, Romance
When a socialite sues a big paper for libel, the editor responsible calls in the help of his ignored fiancée and a former employee to frame her and make the false story seem true.
Along with Grand Hotel (1932), this is one of the few pictures to receive an Academy Award nomination for Best Picture without receiving any other nominations.
And I'm gonna bring in the best guy we ever had on a libel suit.
Mr. Bane: Who's that?
Warren Haggerty: A guy that I guarantee to beat anybody in the world from Ghandi to Garbo - Bill Chandler.
Mr. Bane: Bill Chandler? Yes. And you fired him - the best man we ever had on libel. You admit ...
The tail of the plane photographing the Queen Anne is visible in the lower right hand side of the picture.
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