"No More Orchids" may be a Columbia programmer from 1932, but Carole Lombard's second film for Harry Cohn's studio has plenty going for it -- a solid performance from Carole (including elements of the comedy queen to come), Lyle Talbot also excelling as her leading man, the always-splendid Walter Connolly in support and C. Aubrey Smith in a rare villainous turn.
There's also this pic of Carole and Lyle that I've never seen before:
And the other side:
Ah, from the Lester Glassner collection (via Carlos Clarens), a frequent source for vintage Lombard photos.
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