CastIrene Dunne (Tony Dunlap), Constance Cummings (Francesca Harper), Ralph Bellamy (Jim Dunlap), Kay Johnson (Bee McCrae), Charles Starrett (Jud McCrae), Vivian Tobin (Rita) WriterJane Murfin (screen play), Anne Morrison Chapin (from the play: "Love Flies in the Window") Art directorsVan Nest Polglase, Carroll Clark Similar moviesBlue Is the Warmest Color, Cashback, Mortdecai, Unconditional Love, Skyfall, Scarface
This Man is Mine is a 1934 American Pre-Code film directed by John Cromwell, starring Irene Dunne. It is based on the play Love Flies in the Window by Anne Morrison Chapin
Tony and Jim Dunlap are happily married. However, the dull-but-dependable Jim had been in love with Fran Harper, a school friend of Tony's, before he was married to Tony, and Fran has just been divorced. Now Fran is coming their way, bringing her pick-up boyfriend Mort Holmes along, and she intends to steal Jim from Tony.
Tony sees Fran as a reminder of her own mother, who left Tony's father and caused him to drink himself to death. Thus, Tony is determined to avoid meeting Fran. However, they meet at the house of their friends Jud and Bee McCrae, and Fran goes off with Jim after everyone has left. When Tony finds that Jim and Fran have been together, she threatens to divorce him. However, Tony eventually beats Fran at her own game, and wins Jim back.