A charming and often overlooked comedy, this was the first of a septet of pairings for Fred MacMurray and Claudette Colbert. She was already a major star (winning an Oscar the year before for IT HAPPENED ONE NIGHT), and he was a 27-year-old newcomer, two years younger than she. The
chemistry was instant. They had such a good time working together that they were to become one of the best duos of the era. In this film, MacMurray is a New York news reporter and Colbert plays a stenographer. They meet on the subway and love spending their afternoons discussing such world-shaking
topics as the merits of peanuts versus popcorn for serious snacking at the movies. He is ma...