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one of many comedies from ''40's . not good, not bad but interesting for the chain of clichés and for the unrealistic story. in fact, only a film with Cary Grant in an ironic role and same atmosphere of period as a kind of jazz club room. nothing new, nothing special. only a nice film for waste the time. its virtue - maybe remembering the art to explore and use a idea for a complicated story who , far to be real bad, it seems be only chaotic. a kind of parable about life, virtues and the love who remains the real prize. Janet Blair does a decent job and James Gleason is the pillar of this not inspired story who saves small parts of it. a film about a meeting and a childish lead hero. that is all. only an old fashion movie with Cary Grant, alternative for contemporary blockbusters.
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