If You Could Only Cook (1935)

If You Could Only Cook


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This screwball comedy stars Jean Arthur as unemployed professor's daughter Joan Hawthorne. While sitting on a park bench, Joan makes the acquaintance of wealthy automotive engineer Jim Buchanan (Herbert Marshall). Unaware of his identity, and assuming that he's as desperate as she is, Joan talks Jim into posing as her husband so that they can secure work as the cook and butler in the home of gourmet gangster Mike Rossini (Leo Carrillo). When it becomes obvious that Joan can't even burn water, … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Romance, Classics, Comedy
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Written By: Howard J. Green, Gertrude Purcell
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as Joan Hawthorne

as Jim Buchanan

as Mike Rossini

as Bob Reynolds

as Evelyn Fletcher
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Sweet comedy with Herbert Marshall and Jean Arthur an unlikely but potent pair. It is light as air but a saucy souffle.

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