|Myrna Loy, "Love Crazy," 1941.|
The other great character actor here is Jack Carson, as a muscle-bound neighbor Loy attempts to use for "revenge" against Powell. Carson made a career playing the often more extroverted, funnier, and interesting sidekicks in many great films, sometimes playing a good-natured cad. He's especially great in "Mildred Pierce" and Hitchcock's "Mr. and Mrs. Smith."
|William Powell, "Love Crazy," 1941.|