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I really like this movie. It is just one of those that is fun to watch . . . and re-watch.
Ronald Reagan and Jack Carson are hilarious together. They both are on the edge of a nervous breakdown throughout the story because of all of the trouble they've gotten themselves into. One lie leads to another and their troubles get bigger and bigger.
I think that Patricia Neal does a good job in this role. I think that she was a great actress but I'm not sure that this was the best role for her. The movie was originally planned for Jane Wyman and Ronald Reagan together but when the Reagans split up, the part of Mary was given to Patricia Neal.
When I come across people who have not seen any of Ronald Reagan's movies, I think of this one. He does a great job with this comedy.
I hope that everyone enjoys it as much as I do.
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