This is not the movie I would have liked to watch since the story of the movie is tame and anticlimactic; then again I am a big fan of Loretta Young, who plays beautiful Anita Halstead an engaged woman to be married. She breaks her engagement to marry a magician named Arturo (David Niven) with whom she develops instant love. The happiness does not last long since her role as a wife and stage assistant is a little too much to handle when she finds out that she has to go on a world tour, and watch her husband's dare-devil stunts and his flirtations with other women. It doesn't take too long for her to divorce him and remarry again, but the magician doesn't give up sitting down. He goes after her, to win her back in spite of the fact she is remarried. Finally Anita realizes that she still loves him, then divorces her second husband and marries Arturo again. The movie is categorized as a comedy, but it is not; it is also fast paced in the sense that Anita marries almost instantly to Arturo after breaking her engagement, and then divorces him before you know what is happening, and then remarries again. This story is set in year 1939, a conservative era for an unorthodox movie. I certainly don't think the studio needed a fine actress like Loretta Young for this role.