Cary Grant and Irene Dunne really were a fun pair to watch work together in film. This plot plays upon the truth being misconstrued into innuendos and gossip. The costumes are dazzling, the humor is fast and at times slapstick as Grant takes a few of his athletic falls that he did so well. It's simply a fun film that reflects a posh lifestyle that post- Depression audiences watched to lift them, if only for an hour or so, from the doldrums of reality. For instance, Dunne is usually found sitting in her penthouse, doing nothing, in one gorgeous sequined, silk or satin gown after another. And that's how Hollywood makes money – playing upon the fantasies of its audiences. Besides that, it is a fun film.