Double Feature w/A DAY AT THE RACES.
(1937) dir Mitchell Leisen w/Jean Arthur, Edward Arnold, Ray Milland [88 min]
When rich banker J.D. Ball (Arnold), in a snit, hurls his wife’s fur coat out the window, he sets off a chain of events that turn his life upside down. The coat lands on Mary Smith (Arthur), a regular girl heading to work and, when she tries to return it, she and the Ball family find themselves romantically, financially, and circumstantially entwined. Featuring an early, hilarious script from Preston Sturges, the man behind Sullivan’s Travels, The Palm Beach Story, The Lady Eve and more.