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  • Eireen

    Jean Arthur's lipstick traces on Herbert Marshall and Leo Carrillo

  • Betti Grubbs

    Scene from "If only she could cook" 1935, starring Jean Arthur, Herbert Marshall and Leo Carrillo

  • WyllowPatty

    'If You Could Only Cook', is a 1935 screwball comedy of mistaken identity starring Herbert Marshall as a frustrated automobile executive and Jean Arthur as a young woman who talks him into posing as her husband so they can land jobs as a butler and a cook. Herbert Marshall, Jean Arthur, & Leo Carrillo.

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If You Could Only Cook (1935) starring Herbert Marshall, Jean Arthur, and Leo Carrillo

Star of Midnight Theatrical release poster // Directed by Stephen Roberts Produced by Robert Arthur Written by Howard J. Green Edward Kaufman Starring William Powell Ginger Rogers Music by Max Steiner Cinematography J. Roy Hunt Editing by Arthur Roberts Distributed by RKO Pictures Release date(s) April 19, 1935

Director William A. Seiter shows Herbert Marshall how to tame Jean Arthur in this playful photo for If You Could Only Cook

Common Clay is a 1930 film directed by Victor Fleming and starring Constance Bennett and Lew Ayres, based on the play of the same name by Cleves Kinkead. The film was about a young servant who is seduced by the master of the house but he won't have anything to do with her other than sex because of her low status. She ultimately falls pregnant with his child which he doesn't want and when she tries to gain recognition for the baby, his family treats her as if she was a common blackmailer.

The Letter Original poster // Directed by William Wyler Produced by Hal B. Wallis Written by Howard Koch Based on the play by W. Somerset Maugham Starring Bette Davis Herbert Marshall James Stephenson Music by Max Steiner Cinematography Tony Gaudio Editing by George Amy Warren Low Distributed by Warner Bros. Release date(s) November 22, 1940

Jean Arthur, 1935, LOVE HER! ~ ~ Love her too, adorable, witty, so funny & just too much in a great sort of way! ~

My husband doesn't like my old movies because there's no guns and fighting, but this one has guns AND it's actually good!