Passed | | Comedy, Romance
An inventor needs cash to develop his big idea. His wife, who loves him, decides to raise it for him by divorcing him and marrying a millionaire.
The film premièred in England before it opened in the U.S. In summer 1942 it was warmly received there as a welcome respite from the grim wartime news.
Are you still talking about that airport? You really take it on the chin, don't you?
John D. Hackensacker III: Why not? If an idea has merit, it has merit. Sentiment and business don't belong in the same bed. After all, grandfather loathed oil, ya' know, it made his eyes ...
The position of Tom's tie changes from when he first kneels at the wedding, and in the following cut.
£438,200 (USA) (3 February 1943)
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