She Wouldn't Say Yes (1945)

She Wouldn't Say Yes (1945), directed by Alexander Hall.

Another Rosalind Russell vehicle. She's fun to watch as a brainy psychiatrist, but add the physical comedy and it is a strange combination. Lee Bowman is too bland as the leading man. Uneven tone and pacing; some funny segments but other stretches are pretty clunky.

Check out her fabulous Chicago apartment. The war years have obviously been good for her.

The last half hour is largely devoted to a skit on the double meeting of "to marry": (1) something a couple do, and (2) something the judge does to them. The joke dates back to Shakespeare, but he thought it was worth about three lines.