I'm a little late to this post, but I have to respectfully disagree. I finally saw this movie, and thought it was a lukewarm, wan production especially when compared to other comedies from the same year (e.g., "Libeled Lady," "My Man Godfrey," Mr. Deeds Goes to Town," "The Ex-Mrs. Bradford"). Those films had a light touch, great chemistry between the stars, snappy and clever dialogue, and effective use of character actors. Unfortunately, I think "TSG" had none of the above. I also thought Deanna Durbin did admirably for a new performer, and I know the studio wanted to show off her considerable vocal talents, but the number and length of her coloratura offerings were disconcerting within the context of the plot. Overall--a big disappointment.