Photo courtesy of Austin Film Society

In this screwball comedy, Herbert Marshall plays a weary industrialist who, on a walk in the park, is mistaken by an unemployed young woman (Jean Arthur) as a fellow job-seeker. They contrive a ruse to pose as a husband and wife butler-cook duo and take a job in the suburbs. The film is a suitable showcase for Arthur’s volcanic charm and comic timing.

In this screwball comedy, Herbert Marshall plays a weary industrialist who, on a walk in the park, is mistaken by an unemployed young woman (Jean Arthur) as a fellow job-seeker. They contrive a ruse to pose as a husband and wife butler-cook duo and take a job in the suburbs. The film is a suitable showcase for Arthur’s volcanic charm and comic timing.

In this screwball comedy, Herbert Marshall plays a weary industrialist who, on a walk in the park, is mistaken by an unemployed young woman (Jean Arthur) as a fellow job-seeker. They contrive a ruse to pose as a husband and wife butler-cook duo and take a job in the suburbs. The film is a suitable showcase for Arthur’s volcanic charm and comic timing.

WHEN

WHERE

AFS Cinema
6406 N. I-35 Frontage Rd.
Suite 3100
Austin, TX 78752
https://www.austinfilm.org/screening/if-you-could-only-cook/

TICKET INFO

$9-$11.25
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