Love Crazy (1941)
Despite the presence of stars Myrna Loy and William Powell, the farcical Love Crazy is not another film in the duo's popular Thin Man series. Instead, they play Steven and Susan Ireland, a married couple who head to divorce court after Susan catches her husband in a compromising position with an old girlfriend. In court, Steven attempts to be prove that he is insane in order not to lose his wife.
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Critic Reviews for Love Crazy
Powell and Loy!
The madcap pace and the instant charms of all involved keep the comedy afloat.
The least of the Powell-Loy teamings.
Audience Reviews for Love Crazy
Not the best of Powell and Loy's team-ups, but it's got some fun moments. Some high points include Loy in her nightgown and Powell in drag. There's also a fun scene where Powell feigns insanity at a society party by impersonating Abraham Lincoln and freeing hats into a pool. Love Crazy won't change your life, but it'll probably make you laugh for an hour and a half.More
Cute screwball comedy. William Powell and Myrna Loy made a great cinematic team, I can fully understand why they were/are so well loved. I do think however, that some scenes ran a little long. A little more editing would've gone a long way.
Quite enjoyed seeing William Powell in drag!
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