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- Maria Ramos
I am enjoying all of William Powell's movies. How can you not love him! He is marvelous in all his movies. He just pulls you right in.
One of William Powell and Myrna Loy's Best
I have seen all of the Powell Loy movies at least 5 times each. This is one of my favorites! Cute story and McHugh is great too.
A Real Treat!
- Paul Minshall
I'd forgotten about this Powell/Loy movie. I seldom miss the chance to see these two together. And Frank McHugh is alway a treat.
- TCM Fan
A very interesting story with great acting from William Powell and Myrna Loy. The plot is quite ingenious with the amnesia causing a series of hilarious events. Powell's character has a hard time fitting back into society after he loses his memory and he can only attempt to piece together his life, including his wife's name, or why she wants to divorce him. A fun movie!
Even better than The Thin Man!
If you enjoy screwball comedies, then you'll love this movie. From the opening scene to the closing credits, it's a pure delight. Just 1 of the 14 movies pairing Powell & Loy. With W.S. Van Dyke's direction, it's a must-see.
This is one of the best William Powell Myna Loy movies. Since it is rarely played, all Powell/Loy fans should make an effort to catch it when it runs. It is great fun.
ONE OF THE GREATEST COMEDIES MADE!
- BOZ II
WILLIAM POWELL AND MYRNA LOY HAVE GOT TO BE ONE OF THE GREATEST COMEDY/DRAMA COUPLES TO EVER BE PRESENTED ON THE BIG SCREEN OR TELEVISION TODAY! WE SURE COULD USE MOVIES LIKE THIS IN TODAYS WORLD.
This is one of my favorite movies. For some reason in the credits they don't list Robert Blake (he would have been billed as Mickey Gubitosi?)...he was one of the little boys in the troup.
Akin to the 'Thin Man' series
I found this film very enjoyable and amusing. In my opinion, it deserves a place along with all the other William Powell / Myrna Loy movies.