After seeing the William Powell flick in Scotrace's ironing thread, of all things - I decided it would be good to set my Tivo to record him when he came up. Whadda know, it nabbed two flicks right away. Mr. Roberts (pretty much his last picture), and one I hadn't heard of, Double Harness. Turns out the reason I hadn't heard of it was not solely my own ignorance - of which I have no shortage, I assure you - but also because it hadn't been aired on television (or in general release) since 1953. It, along with five other films from RKO, have been out of circulation - but were recently acquired by Turner Classic movies, and are being aired. They are Double Harness (1933), One Man’s Journey (1933), Rafter Romance (1933), Stingaree (1934), Living on Love (1937) and A Man to Remember (1938). As for Double Harness, I found it quite charming - I'm glad I nabbed it, and it reaffirms my liking of Mr. Powell! It's playing again in a few weeks, then again in June.