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With power hitters like William Powell and Russell you will be hoping for more. 40 min into the movie before it builds up steam. Overall, if you choose to miss this one, you won't be missing much.
good espionage rom-com
William Powell and Rosalind Russell make this tepid WW1 spy story more enjoyable than it deserved. Instead of being sent into combat, Powell is working behind a desk, but he then gets involved in a spy ring. The film does a pretty good job of balancing suspense and comedy, though it doesn't always quite come off. Still, the stars make this one well worth watching. And although not credited, Sam Wood took over the film's direction and the great James Wong Howe took over photography.