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Rafter Romance

1933, Romance/Comedy, 1h 10m

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To collect back rent from tenants Jack Bacon (Norman Foster) and Mary Carroll (Ginger Rogers), landlord Eckbaum (George Sidney) suggests that the two strangers split the use of the attic, since Jack works nights and Mary is on days. Both protest, but Eckbaum moves them anyway. Although they never meet, a series of misunderstandings leads Jack and Mary to hate each other. One day at a deli, Mary meets Jack and the two share instant attraction -- with no idea they already live together.

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  • Mar 18, 2010
    A cute little timewaster starring Ginger Rogers as a financially strapped telemarketer who shares an attic apartment on a shift work basis with an equally strapped nightwatchman/artist, neither ever meeting the other. She stays there at night, he sleeps during the day. Unknowingly, they meet and fall in love, while at the same time leaving each other hateful (and very funny) little notes about each other's living habits. I've never really been a fan of the Rogers/Astaire musicals, but she has always been good in comedies like this one. Note: I'm curious if Billy Wilder was aware of this film while making Sunset Blvd. William Holden tries to sell this story idea almost verbatim to Nancy Olsen.
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