A Bride for Henry -- On the day of her wedding a young woman's fianc doesn't show up, sleeping off the results of the previous night's wild bachelor party...
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Ace newsreel cameramen Chris Hunter (Clark Gable) and Bill Dennis (Walter Pidgeon) cover the globe, cracking wise and trying to scoop each other on the biggest stories in the hottest hot spots. But they're rivals in more than work. They both love a fearless aviatrix (Myrna Loy) who may be Too Hot to Handle. Five months after ticket sales for their Test Pilot zoomed into the wild blue yonder, Hollywood King and Queen (chosen in a nationwide poll) Gable and Loy reigned in this half-screwball, half-adventure classic. The charisma is irresistible. The story races from China to New York to South American jungles. And the only thing faster than the action is that breathless, snappy, smart '30s dialogue. Fasten your seatbelt!
A small-town boy tries to juggle two girlfriends at once.
Arliss places a "lonely hearts" ad in a single paper. Jasmine makes the call. They agree to meet at the Asylum Café. That's when the trouble begins! Arliss is expecting the slender, virginal beauty described to him on the phone. When the quirky woman in black, who has been mocking his antiquated male fantasies, turns out to be Jasmine, Arliss bolts. Jasmine chases after him and begs him to stay. When he blows her off, and she pulls a gun! As Arliss' anger turns to attraction, they both find out you don't always get what you expect when you look for love in all the wrong places.
Arliss goes to a coffee house to meet Jasmine on a blind date, but she's not quite what she seems.
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