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Familiar theme yet played to the hilt by Claudette Colbert and Ray Milland in this totally enjoyable film.
Realizing that her husband's success in business is primary to him, Colbert runs off with an attorney played by an irascible Brian Aherne and he successfully is able to get her to divorce the Milland character.
The rest of the film is devoted to Milland trying to woo her back. The scenes in the subway and at the musical theater are both quite funny.
Binnie Barnes is terrific as the wife of Milland's boss; acting high society although her background is probably humble at best. She also has designs on Aherne.
The scenes where Milland has lied to his wife about quitting his job are funny; that's until Barnes shows up and in front of Colbert, she fires him which proves he had lied to Colbert.
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