N.p. N.p., Circa 1937. Vintage double weight reference photograph of director Mitchell Leisen demonstrating how to kiss Jean Arthur while Ray Milland looks on, from the 1937 film.
Based on the 1937 short story by Vera Caspary.
During the Great Depression, obscenely wealthy baker J.B. Ball (Edward Arnold), angered at his wife's (Mary Nash) spending, throws her very expensive sable coat off the roof, where it lands on the head of stenographer Mary Smith (Arthur), leading to a life-altering chain of events.
Set in New York City.
10 x 8 inches. Some edgewear, else Near Fine.
Byrge and Miller, The Screwball Comedy Films, A History and Filmography: 1934-1942.