Mary Poppins Returns
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This typical Gable vehicle, a horse racing feature that blends comedy, adventure, and melodrama, marks the very last (and one of the best) appearance of Jean Harlow who died of poisoning before the shoot was over.
Really a nothing film, no more special then any of the hundreds churned out by Metro, albeit with a top flight cast, one far better then the material deserved. Of interest mostly since Jean died during filming and you sort of can't help watching and picking out the scenes where they used a double, most are easy to see, a rather ghoulish viewing experience.
Such a fluffy plot, but a viewer just can't help but enjoy watching Clark Gable steal Jean Harlow from Walter Pidgeon. This is a staple of 1930s popular cinema.
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