The movie that launched one of the most popular film teams ever....

Nick and Nora Charles' bantering is still fresh today in this first of their outings on screen. William Powell and Myrna Loy gave audiences then and now a new look at married life on the silver screen -- the two are obviously crazy about each other, yet carry on a delicious repartee that keeps a sharp edge on their relationship. . '

Nora: I think it's a dirty trick to bring me all the way to New York just to make a widow of me.
Nick: You wouldn't be a widow long.
Nora: You bet I wouldn't.
Nick: Not with all your money.
Nora (worried that he will get hurt): Take care of yourself.
Nick (laughing): Why sure I will.
Nora: Don't say it like that! Say it as if you meant it.
Nick: Well, I do believe the little woman cares.
Nora: I don't care. It's just that I'm used to you, that's all.

In the final sequence on a westbound transcontinental train, Nick and Nora are traveling back to California and sharing an adjacent cabin with newlyweds Dorothy and Tommy. They finally adjourn to their respective rooms late into the night. There are upper and lower bunks in Nick's and Nora's room. Nora asks that he put Asta in her lower bunk with her for the night. Nick laughs: "Oh, yeah," tosses Asta up onto the top bunk, and joins Nora in the lower bunk. Asta covers his eyes with his paw.

Memorable Moments from . . . The Thin Man