Merrily We Go to Hell1932
Merrily We Go to Hell is a 1932 pre-Code film directed by Dorothy Arzner, and starring Fredric March and Sylvia Sidney. Its title is an example of the sensationalistic titles that were common in the pre-Code era. Many newspapers refused to publicize the film because of its racy title. The title is a line March's character says while making a toast.
March plays a man undone by alcoholism and adultery. Sidney plays his wife who, when she discovers his adultery, begins an affair with another man (Cary Grant). The film received a mixed review from The New York Times upon its release.
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