This time we look at the pioneer of screwball comedy, a romantic tale from 1934 about a rich heiress trying to reach her would-be-husband and a reporter wanting to make a story about it. This is also my first video review in a shorter review format.

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BigBlackHatMan: This actually my favorite Capra film as I agree with your analysis of the chemistry between the leads. I like the new style, but I may be biased since I have seen the movie and already have an understanding. I look forward to the Sting. Good review. By the way, the only movie I have seen on that list was The Thin Man and the only thing I remember about it is that it is one of Jimmy Stewart’s first major roles.

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Disney Geek, Oncer, Brony, and Expressionist

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