This is a sequel of a film "There's Always a Woman" that starred Melvyn Douglas and Joan Blondell. I have no idea about that one. This one, "There's That Woman Again" from 1938 was annoying.
I love screwball comedy, I love Virginia Bruce, and I love Melvyn Douglas. However, Bruce's character was ridiculous and did so many stupid things, her husband, trying to solve a robbery/murder case, was ready to kill her. I can't speak for the whole audience, but this audience member agreed.
Thinking back to crazy women like Katharine Hepburn in "Bringing Up Baby," I think the big problem is that Douglas and Bruce just had no chemistry. I really felt like most of the time, he couldn't stand her.