Seamlessly blending mistaken-identity romance with high-seas whodunit, this charming caper from William K. Howard has it all. Hoping to land a movie contract, Brooklyn girl Wanda Nash (the ever-game Carole Lombard) dons her best Garbo accent and pretends to be Swedish Princess Olga while crossing the Atlantic. Unbeknownst to her, she’s picked a boat full of blackmailers, thieves and con men—not to mention Fred MacMurray as the cool concertina-playing bandleader King Mantell.

  • Directed By William K. Howard
  • 1936
  • USA
  • English
  • 76 minutes