History Film / TheAwfulTruth

25th Feb '17 3:03:23 PM Mdumas43073
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->'''Lucy:''' Like him? You saw the way I treated him, didn't you?

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->'''Lucy:''' Like ''Like'' him? You saw the way I treated him, didn't you?
25th Feb '17 3:02:24 PM Mdumas43073
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Released in 1937, this is the third film version of a play by Arthur Richman. It was directed by Creator/LeoMcCarey and stars Creator/IreneDunne and Creator/CaryGrant as Lucy and Jerry Warriner, a bickering married couple. Jerry comes home from a mysterious trip (the film never says where he actually went), and lies, saying that he went to Florida on business. At home, he finds Lucy in the company of her music teacher under suspicious circumstances. After Lucy finds out Jerry lied about going to Florida, they file for divorce.

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Released in 1937, this is the third film version of a play by Arthur Richman. It was directed by Creator/LeoMcCarey and stars Creator/IreneDunne and Creator/CaryGrant as Lucy and Jerry Warriner, a bickering married couple. couple.

Jerry comes home from a mysterious trip (the film never says where he actually went), and lies, saying that he went to Florida on business. At home, he finds Lucy in the company of her music teacher under suspicious circumstances. After Lucy finds out Jerry lied about going to Florida, they file for divorce.
25th Feb '17 3:02:05 PM Mdumas43073
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25th Feb '17 2:59:50 PM Mdumas43073
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->''''''Dan' Leeson:''''' ''Are you sure you don't like that fella?''
->'''''Lucy Warriner:''''' ''Like him? You saw the way I treated him, didn't you?''
->''''''Dan' Leeson:''''' ''That's what I mean. Back on my ranch, I got a little red rooster and a little brown hen and they fight all the time too, but every once in a while they make up again and they're right friendly.''

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->''''''Dan' Leeson:''''' ''Are ->'''Dan:''' Are you sure you don't like that fella?''
->'''''Lucy Warriner:''''' ''Like
fella?
->'''Lucy:''' Like
him? You saw the way I treated him, didn't you?''
->''''''Dan' Leeson:''''' ''That's
you?
->'''Dan:''' That's
what I mean. Back on my ranch, I got a little red rooster and a little brown hen and they fight all the time too, but every once in a while they make up again and they're right friendly.''
friendly.
23rd Apr '16 5:50:55 PM LongTallShorty64
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Released in 1937, this is the third film version of a play by Arthur Richman. It was directed by Creator/LeoMcCarey and stars Creator/IreneDunne and Creator/CaryGrant as Lucy and Jerry Warriner, a bickering married couple. Jerry comes home from a mysterious trip (the film never does say where he actually went) and lies that he went to Florida on business. He finds Lucy in the company of her music teacher under suspicious circumstances. After Lucy finds out Jerry lied about going to Florida they file for divorce.

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Released in 1937, this is the third film version of a play by Arthur Richman. It was directed by Creator/LeoMcCarey and stars Creator/IreneDunne and Creator/CaryGrant as Lucy and Jerry Warriner, a bickering married couple. Jerry comes home from a mysterious trip (the film never does say says where he actually went) went), and lies lies, saying that he went to Florida on business. He At home, he finds Lucy in the company of her music teacher under suspicious circumstances. After Lucy finds out Jerry lied about going to Florida Florida, they file for divorce.
2nd Aug '15 2:16:37 PM jamespolk
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Released in 1937, this is the third film version of a play by Arthur Richman. It was directed by Creator/LeoMcCarey and stars Creator/IreneDunne and Creator/CaryGrant as Lucy and Jerry Warriner, a divorcing couple who go to great lengths to interfere in each others' love lives.

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Released in 1937, this is the third film version of a play by Arthur Richman. It was directed by Creator/LeoMcCarey and stars Creator/IreneDunne and Creator/CaryGrant as Lucy and Jerry Warriner, a divorcing couple bickering married couple. Jerry comes home from a mysterious trip (the film never does say where he actually went) and lies that he went to Florida on business. He finds Lucy in the company of her music teacher under suspicious circumstances. After Lucy finds out Jerry lied about going to Florida they file for divorce.

The divorce decree is granted, to be effective in 90 days, and both Lucy and Jerry move on to other romantic partners. However, they still have to decide
who go to great lengths to interfere gets custody of Mr. Smith, their dog. This winds up bringing Jerry and Lucy together again, and romantic sparks fly.

Nominated for six [[UsefulNotes/AcademyAward Oscars]], only one of which it won (Best Director for Leo [=McCarey=]). Placed
in each others' love lives.
the UsefulNotes/NationalFilmRegistry.
16th May '15 1:29:09 PM Prfnoff
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Released in 1937, this is the third film version of a play by Arthur Richman. It stars Irene Dunne and Creator/CaryGrant as Lucy and Jerry Warriner, a divorcing couple who go to great lengths to interfere in each others' love lives. Nominated for six [[AcademyAward Oscars]], only one of which it won (Best Director for Leo [=McCarey=]). Placed in the NationalFilmRegistry.

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Released in 1937, this is the third film version of a play by Arthur Richman. It was directed by Creator/LeoMcCarey and stars Irene Dunne Creator/IreneDunne and Creator/CaryGrant as Lucy and Jerry Warriner, a divorcing couple who go to great lengths to interfere in each others' love lives. Nominated for six [[AcademyAward Oscars]], only one of which it won (Best Director for Leo [=McCarey=]). Placed in the NationalFilmRegistry.
lives.
28th Mar '15 12:11:12 PM jayoungr
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* LyingFingerCross: Jerry does this behind his back where only Lucy can see it while he's waxing poetic about her wonderful fidelity to Dan.



* LyingFingerCross: Jerry does this at some point while talking about Lucy's fidelity.
2nd Oct '14 9:32:26 AM MarkLungo
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* YourCheatingHeart: Probably. Given the way [[HaysCode censorship]] worked in TheThirties, they can't come out and say Jerry cheated on Lucy. It's heavily implied, though, when Jerry lies about being in Florida and no explanation is given as to where he really is.[[labelnote:Note]]The story from which the film was made had Jerry gambling with his pals.[[/labelnote]] Similarly, Lucy insists that she didn't sleep with the music teacher, but said teacher's comments kind of sound like they did, and the scene where they discuss it is vague.

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* YourCheatingHeart: Probably. Given the way [[HaysCode [[UsefulNotes/TheHaysCode censorship]] worked in TheThirties, they can't come out and say Jerry cheated on Lucy. It's heavily implied, though, when Jerry lies about being in Florida and no explanation is given as to where he really is.[[labelnote:Note]]The story from which the film was made had Jerry gambling with his pals.[[/labelnote]] Similarly, Lucy insists that she didn't sleep with the music teacher, but said teacher's comments kind of sound like they did, and the scene where they discuss it is vague.
29th Aug '14 7:44:01 AM eroock
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Added DiffLines:

* BattleButler: The music teacher has one. Jerry learns this first hand.
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