Very dated film where most of the jokes must have been bland even in 1936. Harold Lloyd made a number of silent shorts that were quite funny but never really translated into 'sound' success. Almost worth seeing for Adolphe Menjou's performance and for a short battle (ducking) of the sexes scene. Otherwise a dated miss.
In the hands of McCary and a cast of supporting actors (who do just as great as Lloyd), this screwball comedy is a high-quality talkie. And while some jokes fall flat, most of them work and make up for its simplistic plot and solid (though underwhelming) climactic fight.