Third of three pictures that Columbia paired Melvyn Douglas with Joan Blondell from 1938-9. The other films being There's Always a Woman (1938) and Good Girls Go to Paris (1939). They would not work together again until MGM's Advance to the Rear (1964).
The world is full of nice, normal men, and I become engaged to a crazy cop.
Police Lieutenant Kenny Williams: Darling, I wish you wouldn't keep referring to me as a cop. I'm a grade-A detective - homicide squad. It's a vastly different thing.
When Kenny and the Captain are walking out of the hotel together, a moving shadow of the camera falls across a column in the foreground.