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Certain she was dying from radium poisoning, Hazel Flagg (Carole Lombard) is delighted to learn from her doctor that it was a false alarm. But when dapper and desperate New York City reporter Wally Cook (Fredric March) shows up looking for a story about a young girl braving terminal illness, Hazel decides that she's sick again. Wally whisks her off to Manhattan, where her supposed courage wins her many admirers. The toast of the town, she falls in love with Wally and dreads being discovered.

Cast: Carole Lombard , Fredric March , Charles Winninger , Walter Connolly , Sig Ruman , Frank Fay ,

Director: William Wellman

Genres: Comedy

Nothing Sacred (1937)

Release Date: January 1st, 1937|1 hr. 15 min.

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10 Best Screwball Comedies of the 1930s

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Melissa Ehret on Apr 2nd, 2010 11:29PM

The 1930s were the golden age of a genre that came to be known as "screwball comedies." For a nation trudging through the Great Depression, these films provided a much-needed escape from grim...

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