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After Paramount Pictures bought the rights to this film, the studio pulled it from circulation to avoid competition with Frank Capra's remake Riding High (1950). The film remained unseen until it was re-released in the 1990s. See more »
This movie is a pleasure, from start to finish. The supporting cast is a pleasure, Warner Baxter gives a fine performance and Myrna Loy made this movie just before she played Nora Charles in THE THIN MAN -- Capra figured out how to direct her and MGM reaped the benefit.
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