Passed | | Comedy, Romance
An inventor needs cash to develop his big idea, so his adoring wife decides to raise it by divorcing him and marrying a millionaire.
This film is part of the Criterion Collection, spine #742.
John D. Hackensacker III:
Tipping is un-American.
For some reason, Joel McCrea's hair is parted on the right side in the beginning of the movie and changes sides when he arrives in Palm Beach to meet his wife.
While the opening credits are running a prequel story about the two leads wedding is being shown that is only hinted at in the last few minutes of the movie and the words, "And they lived happily ever after...or did they?". The movie comes full circle at the end to another wedding with the the same phrase "And they lived happily ever after...or did they?"
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