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[as Diane is leaving in a huff]
Goodbye, Diane. Forget me and marry a Sagitarius.
Mr. Henry Basscombe:
[angrily as he is leaving too through the door]
She's gonna marry an American like her mother did!
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Joe E. Brown made a horrible business decision by leaving Warners and signing to do a series of independent comedies for David Loew. This was the first and it is cheap looking and unfunny. There is an astrology theme to it, but the production values are bad and Brown's performance is whiny and annoying. The supporting cast does nothing to help. Avoid at all costs.
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