A bright romp, THE MOON'S OUR HOME owes much of its best dialog to the married screenwriting team of Parker and Campbell, who were brought in to punch up the script. Fonda and Sullavan had been briefly married and retained their fascination with each other long enough after their divorce to
make this film. She plays a movie star; he's a big-time writer of adventure stories. Both have assumed professional pseudonyms, but use their real names when they're out of the limelight. Under their real names, they meet, fall in love, and get married, though neither knows that the other is
famous. The next few reels are a cavalcade of insults and quips--even at their wedding, ...