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  1. This is one of my favorites, and I laughed out loud the first time I saw it. This film, and most comedies, are best seen in a dark theatre with an audience. The dialogue and action is timed to allow for audience reaction and laughter. If you are watching it while home alone, it may seem to drag in spots. Invite a few friends over and give it another try.
  2. I like watching the pre-code films because they push the boundaries but never cross the line. I love both the raw subject matter and the subtleties. It's a lost art of storytelling, much like the silent films. Film makers were playing a game of "how much can I get away with?". Vastly more interesting to watch than today's show-all, tell-all style.
  3. The rating system should be trashed. If a film can't be seen by everyone, it shouldn't be seen by anyone. The film makers back in the 30's & 40's included everything we have today in "modern" films, they just had to be a more creative to get their message across. And they were.
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