A superior vehicle for Mae West, based on her stage success and filmed by Lowell Sherman, a director whose skill in subtle suggestiveness was rendered obsolete by the arrival of the production code. There's nothing subtle, though, about West's rendition of "Where Has My Easy Rider Gone?"—a number sometimes accused of having single-handedly brought back censorship. With Gilbert Roland, Louise Beavers, Noah Beery, and a callow young actor named Cary Grant.
By Dave Kehr