The last of Sturges's Hollywood films, and one of his finest. This farce of misconceptions, infidelities, and murder is a brilliantly stylish work that imaginatively squeezes everything it can from the film medium.
Harrison, in a marvelous performance, is a famous British conductor married to Darnell. The two are much in love, but, when Harrison returns from Europe, a seed of jealously is planted in his mind by his brother-in-law, Vallee. It seems that Vallee had a private detective, Kennedy, follow Darnell
through her daily activities, and his report, which Harrison refuses to look at, suggests that Darnell indulged in some extracurricular activities with Harri...