Carole Lombard, Fredric March. As potent today as it was when released in 1937, this classic screwball satire stars Lombard as Hazel Flagg, the small-town girl who mistakenly believes she’s dying of radium poisoning. Sensing a great human interest story that will tug the public’s heartstrings and help sell newspapers, exploitative journalist Wally Cook brings Hazel to New York City and turns her into a media darling. Wally’s callous strategy takes a sudden turn when he starts having feelings for the vulnerable Hazel. Directed by William A. Wellman. 1937/color/77 min/NR/fullscreen.