Passed | | Comedy, Drama, Romance
An eccentric woman learns she is not dying of radium poisoning as earlier assumed, but when she meets a reporter looking for a story, she feigns sickness again for her own profit.
Apparently because her usually pale blonde tresses did not photograph well in Technicolor, Carole Lombard's hair in this film is a reddish blonde. Her "normal" look can be seen in the newspaper clipping Frederic March shows to several residents of Warsaw, Vermont when he first tries to track her down.
Yes, Dr. Emil Eggelhoffer of Vienna. Well, try the medical center. Try Schultz's Beer Garden!
From inside the plane they were flying in, Wally Cook (Fredric March) and Hazel Flagg (Carole Lombard) would have been able to read the sky-written message stating 'Hello Hazel' welcoming her to New York, but it would have been viewed backwards to anyone on the ground below, the presumed audience for it.
Each of the stars' names are shown on a title card set beside a plaster caricature. The rest of the cast have caricatures alongside their names in the credits.
Also available in a Cinecolor version "In Color". The credit for Natalie Kalmus as Technicolor Consultant is missing from this version.
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