This is one of two wonderful films that the extraordinary actress Jean Arthur made with the equally marvellous Charles Coburn in the 1940s. The other is The Devil and Miss Jones (below). Movies of this quality reveal a higher standard of moral propriety that characterized the wholesome and clean comedy of the Golden Age of American films that sadly, is never seen in modern times. Decent, clean movies, with actors of this caliber, never fail to delight and win the hearts of both young and old.
The Devil And Miss Jones (1941)
This a wonderful film, made immortal by the creative genius of a superb cast of actors framing the unique magneticism and gossamer loviliness of Jean Arthur, who many do not know was a star of silent films throughout the 1920s. Her beauty was such, that few movie goers of the 1940s realized that her age matched the year the film was made. Script by William Krasna and directed by Sam Wood (a great score too).
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