Fine screenplay with witty and acerbic dialogue, mostly for Jean Harlow, who plays the woman discarded; and also fine acting by Clark Gable and Mary Astor, the woman gained. Astor, equally untrustworthy, in a later cinematic life is incarcerated by Humphrey Bogart, and Gable eventually went with another kind of wind; but Harlow died at age 26 of renal failure. By then she had already made six films with Gable. Well photographed, and extra information about rubber production in a mini-documentary with which Gable impresses the girl. Pre-code: Indochinese bath and much moisture.