The Richest Girl in the World
A wealthy heiress switches places with her secretary to test a man's love.
One of the few Miriam Hopkins films where I don't want to come through the screen and shake her. As the title character who switches places with her secretary (Fay Wray) to test Joel McCrea's love, Hopkins is delightful and effective. The film was released soon after the enforcement of the Production Code in 1934, so it's sadly not as saucy as the material would probably warrant, but there's still enough innuendo about premarital sex and promiscuity to keep us pre-Code comedy fans entertained.
Full length review: trueclassics.wordpress.com/2012/06/08/shes-a-rich-girl-and-shes-gone-too-far/