Passed | | Comedy, Romance
A series of misunderstandings on their fourth wedding anniversary lead an architect and his wife to break up, but he pretends to be insane and even poses as his own sister in order to win her back.
"It's Delightful to Be Married", sung by William Powell in the beginning of this film, is also featured in The Great Ziegfeld (1936), a film also starring Powell, as the song Anna Held learns after arriving in America.
Tell me, Mr. Grayson, are you good-looking?
After Steve sneaks out of Mr. Grayson's piping-hot shower, the smoke pouring from Steve's clothing (meant to denote the extreme heat of the water) continues for much longer than would be natural.