If there's ever a "Where's that been" movie, it's It's Love I'm After (1937). If you've seen it, you've probably wondered "Where's that been" and why it hasn't been released on DVD. Well wait no more as Warner has finally released it from their archives for all to enjoy at the touch of a button.
Now listed at WBShop, this highly underrated screwball comedy stars Leslie Howard, Bette Davis, Olivia de Havilland, Eric Blore and is directed by Archie Mayo. It is now available for rent, but it may be a couple of weeks before the title is available for shipment.
Star-struck Marcia (Olivia de Havilland) could care less that famed thespian Basil Underwood (Leslie Howard) is vain and discourteous while staying at her family's mansion. "What are manners?" she exclaims. "Little rules for little people." She doesn't know Basil is acting, playing the cad so that she will turn her attention to her devoted Henry (Patric Knowles). And as for the fiery actress (Bette Davis) who is Basil’s on-again, off-again fiancée? She might have an unexpected role to play in this loopy charade!
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