... you can learn from:
The Marrying Kind (1952)
Judge Carroll: You know, counselor, there's
an old saying, there are three sides to every story:
yours, his, and the truth.
Any fans of The Marrying Kind up in here? I'm a fan of any movie starring Aldo Ray, at least as long as it has an extended sequence of Aldo Ray rolling around in his boxer shorts, and so I'm a fan of The Marrying Kind. Bless you, George Cukor. But more specifically...
Ruth Gordon, well-known actress extraordinaire and lesser-known co-writer of The Marrying Kind along with her hubby Garson Kanin. Perhaps it's not "lesser known" at this point that Ruth was also a writer? Besides writing some plays her marriage with Kanin was the foundation upon which the public persona of the "Katharine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy" relationship was built, since she & Kanin wrote the 1949 film Adam's Rib and the 1952 film Pat & Mike for them based on their own thing, and the four of them were all good friends.