Broadway star Margaret Garrett has spent her whole life working to support her sponging relatives. When she meets carefree Dan Webster, she learns how to have fun for the first time. Written by
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Live those explosive moments with serene Irene...the girl who couldn't live on ten thousand a week...until a devil of a fellow came along and showed her how to get everything worth having for a dollar eighty-five (original poster)
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Did You Know?
Maggie Garret's car is a 1938 Cadillac Limousine. See more
When Maggie pursues Dan through the freight boxes, a man pushing an unladen trolley appears in front of Maggie despite not being seen in the shots of Dan. See more
Ah, my dear, I've been drinking for over forty years and I've never acquired the habit yet.
Referenced in The Public Eye
You Couldn't Be Cuter
Music by Jerome Kern
Lyrics by Dorothy Fields
Sung by Irene Dunne
to her own accompaniment on a midget piano (uncredited), Dorothy Steiner
, Douglas Fairbanks Jr.
, James Burke
and John Qualen
in various scenes See more