Seen on Broadway: Critics felt that the famous “touch” of Ernst Lubitsch, known for cinematic soufflés like Trouble in Paradise and The Shop Around the Corner, had gone flat with the cruder World War II farce To Be or Not To Be (1942). But its topicality, and engaging performances by Jack Benny and Carole Lombard (her last role) as squabbling husband and wife members of a Polish theatrical troupe caught up in Nazi intrigue, have earned it cult status. A 1983 remake earned Charles Durning an ...

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