Credit: Additional dialogue by Dorothy Parker
"marshmallow faced movie stars make me sick"
"-Horace is a monument of responsibility. -So is Grant's Tomb, but who wants to marry that?"
"You're rather attractive in an elementary sort of way"
"bogus blonde with face like a French pastry"
Fonda and Margaret Sullavan, who married and divorced as young stage actors, marry and split up on-screen in this engaging little farce directed by star-whisperer William A. Seiter. Along with the Parker-aided dialogue are a supporting cast of distinctive personalities: Walter Brennan as deaf justice of the peace, Wicked Witch Margaret Hamilton as knotted up cottage spinster and Charles Butterworth as the milquetoast cousin Sullavan is pushed to marry.
Low-key and lovely.