Cary Grant and Irene Dunne in a still for Leo McCarey’s The Awful Truth, 1937.
Grant and Dunne had a sparkling chemistry both onscreen and off. As Dunne recalled, “I loved working with Cary—every minute of it! Between takes he was so amusing with his cockney stories. I was his best audience. I laughed and laughed and laughed. The more I laughed, the more he went on!”
Scanned from Great Hollywood Movies by Ted Sennett (Abradale Press, 1983).