Manufacturer: Warner Archive Collection
Brand: Warner Bros.
In a rare light comedy performance, a vivacious Bette Davis matches wits with the debonair Robert Montgomery. Linda Gilman (Davis) is a hard-boiled magazine editor who thinks she can do just fine without love - even after her old flame, flippant foreign correspondent Carey Jackson (Montgomery), is assigned to work for her. Accompanied by a pack of drop-dead-chic New York stylists, she hauls him off to Indiana to write up a typical small-town wedding - an assignment she hopes he'll quit. But they soon make some surprising discoveries about the adorable young couple, and about their old romance, whose embers never really cooled.Featuring a fine cast of characters like Fay Bainter (1938's Best Supporting Actress Oscar winner for Jezebel) and scintillating dialogue from screenwriter Ranald MacDougall (Mildred Pierce), this sophisticated farce garnered accolades from many - even Louelle Parsons called it "Bette's best picture in a long, long time."When sold by Amazon.com, this product will be manufactured on demand using DVD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply.
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