An entertaining piece of drawing-room fluff that had already been made once in 1933 starring Frank Morgan, Myrna Loy, Robert Montgomery, and Ann Harding in the roles played here by Herbert Marshall, Joan Crawford, Robert Taylor, and Greer Garson. Byington, who was in the 1932 stage play
by Crothers, is also in this remake. Crawford is a novelist who has enjoyed great success with her work. She is also a forerunner of the women's liberation movement, with some modern concepts about what love and marriage entail. Marshall is Crawford's publisher--and her amour--and the fact that he
is already married to Garson doesn't appear to enter into Crawford's thinking. Taylor ...