Mar. 9, 2011
43. I Love You Again (1940)
Starring William Powell, Myrna Loy, Frank McHugh, Edmund Lowe
Directed by W.S. Van Dyke
Plot: “Boring businessman Larry Wilson recovers from amnesia and discovers he’s really a con man…and loves his soon-to-be-ex wife.” (from IMDb)
A fairly amusing comedy with a solid cast. The ninth of fourteen films that Myrna Loy and William Powell made together, I didn’t find this one as sparkling or funny as some of their others. But it’s not bad, and does have its share of humor and charm. I would say it’s worth seeking out—especially if you are a fan of the leads.
~ QUOTES ~
George Carey (William Powell): "A thing like a divorce can…break up a marriage!"
George Carey: You be careful, madam, or you'll turn my pretty head with your flattery.
Kay Wilson (Myrna Loy): I often wished I could turn your head - on a spit, over a slow fire.
Herbert (Donald Douglas): "She may be your wife but she's engaged to me!"