Another awesome film by Alfred Hitchcock. This was nominated for best picture the same year as Rebecca. There are some good suspenseful moments in this film. The action for the time is well done. The airplane scene is especially a memorable one. There are some good acting performances especially Joel McCrea who is an underrated actor from the 30's and 40's era of film. This was released before America was involved in World War II so Hitchcock treads carefully with his portrayal of the Germans. Not one of the best hitchcock films but still a good watch for classic film fans.
A decent foray into comedy by the great Alfred Hitchcock. The legendary actress Carole Lombard gives it her all in one of her final roles before she perished in a plane crash. This surprisingly had some funny moments that I was not expecting from a 1941 Screwball comedy. Hitchcock had to do some creative things with this film to get the Production code to allow him to release this film. A ton of sexual inuendo.