Director: Jack Conway
You can do worse than a movie with Myrna Loy and Jean Harlow. But our male leads are Spencer Tracy and William Powell. So.
A newspaper accidentally runs a badly sourced story about a rich young woman (Loy), claiming she carried on with a married man, but it's not accurate. Tracy is attempting to marry Harlow, but the emergency (threats of libel and slander suits) pulls him away from his own wedding. Looking to find a way to get the $5 million lawsuit dropped, he employs scoundrel William Powell to set Loy up for a fall in front of cameras and make her lawsuit moot.
There's nothing I don't like about the movie. It's brilliantly conceived, acted and it's hysterical, careening from one sequence to another. It's top tier talent making the most of a great set-up.