Joel Mandelkorn’s review published on Letterboxd:
A truly silly premise, but it's also a surprisingly great time. It's a neat mix of a political crime drama and a screwball romantic comedy. Jean Arthur is a delight and brings such joyous unpredictability to every scene.
Cary Grant is eating a lot the entire time and hilariously boorish and direct. There are several amazing and comedic pans along with amusing reveals of Grant poorly hiding. And walking out the door with a whole chicken on a plate is a classic.
There's decent criminal justice politics and a grounded positive streak. There's also amusingly strong anti-beard propaganda. Oh, 1940s America.
"Where did he go... Without his beard?"