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This is truly a hit for this power DUO!1 Powell truly makes love to Loy in a way that would win every female heart out there. This movie has you hoping for each character with just as much gusto. The ending with truly leave you "coo'ing" A MUST SEE!!!
Hilarious screwball comedy with the superb comedy team of William Powell and Myrna Loy.
A wacky comedy. Very entertaining for its time, but it did drag a little towards the end. I didn't realize William Powell could be so funny. (First and only viewing - 9/15/2018)
To enjoy this film you basically have to stop worrying about the bizarre starting premise (not just amnesia but a total personality shift). Once you grant it and go along for the ride it's a delightful screwball comedy with the added bonus that a lot of the humour is at the expense of the po-faced "upstanding citizen" whose identity is being robbed by his less virtuous but far more likeable former self.
With the Myrna Loy and William Powell magic.
So funny...I loved the bed scene! Her hair was gorgeous too
The amnesia story tropes can't help but feel a bit stale in this day and age, but William Powell and Myrna Loy's charming chemistry together manages to elevate this screwball comedy a bit. The picture's no 'Thin Man', but it's still worth a viewing.
William Powell in a bear trap. What's not to like?
Terrific William Powell/Myrna Loy romantic comedy about a dull, respectable business man getting hit on the head and the last thing he remembers is 15 yeas before when he was a con man. The newly charming and quick witted Powell is a fish out of water in his own stiff life, pretending he's fine while working the angles on a big oil scam and trying to win back his estranged wife, Loy. Quite different from the "Thin Man" series, with less banter between Powell and Loy, but it's equally charming in it's own way.
funny good comedy almost a screwball comedy