The reason I haven’t watched this Frank Capra film in decades is that my main recollection is that it’s hyper and strenuous. A 480p version is streaming on Amazon but I don’t know. I remember enjoying Raymond Massey (in the part created on the New York stage by Boris Karloff) and Peter Lorre, but that was all.
Cary Grant may have been classic Hollywood’s ultimate embodiment of suave sophistication, but thankfully he never took himself too seriously, as seen in these comedy classics that showcase his inimitable flair for farce.
— Criterion Collection (@Criterion) December 27, 2020