Easy Living (1937) (Movie)

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Easy Living
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Release Date 7 July 1937
Tagline IT HAS NO RHYME...IT HAS NO REASON...IT DOESN'T MAKE SENSE...IT MAKES LAUGHS! (original poster - all caps)
Genre Comedy
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Easy Living (1937) is an American screwball comedy film, directed by Mitchell Leisen, written by Preston Sturges from a story by Vera Caspary, and starring Jean Arthur, Edward Arnold, and Ray Milland. Many of the supporting players (William Demarest, Franklin Pangborn, Luis Alberni, Robert Greig, Olaf Hytten, and Arthur Hoyt) became a major part of Sturges' regular stock company of character actors in his subsequent films.

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Mary Smith: Don't you like this one either?
J.B. Ball: I do not. It looks like a salt shaker.
Van Buren: Well, we think its very recherché.
J.B. Ball: That's the trouble with it.

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