Passed | | Comedy, Romance
Working girl Janie is proposed to by a conservative car salesman, a bohemian auto mechanic, and a millionaire playboy and must make a choice.
"Lux Radio Theater" broadcast a 60 minute radio adaptation of the movie on September 8, 1941 with Ginger Rogers, Burgess Meredith, George Murphy, and Alan Marshal reprising their film roles.
Good night, Ma.
Ma: Good night, dear. Did you have a good time?
Janie: Swell. - - Good night, Pop.
Pop: Have a good time?
Butch: What'd you see?
Janie: The one at The Strand.
Butch: Any good?
At one point, Harry tells Janie that there are just over 3,000 millionaires and that there are about 11,000,000 single women. They agree that her chances of marrying a millionaire are one in a million. On his previous statistics, the odds are actually about 1 in 3,500.
Names in the opening credits first appear jumbled into nonsense anagrams, then fall to the bottom of the screen and bounce back up as the correct names.