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Recently caught the 1933 screwball comedy "Design for Living," starring Gary Cooper, Frederic March and Mirriam Hopkins.
Hopkins falls for both men and has a tough time deciding between the two best friends. So in the end, she chooses both ... and all three ride off happily into the moonlight ... in what appears to be quite an equilateral love triangle.
Since it's pre-Hayes-Code, the dialogue and theme are a bit more risque than what we see after the Motion Picture Production Code and its new morality standards went into effect in 1934. It's still tame by modern standards, but she does mention that she's made love to both men.
What an interesting flashback and a mirror to the times before things got overly whitewashed and sanitized on the silver screen.