I believe Audrey Totter deserved a special award for all the looks she gave Bob in Lady in the Lake (1947), and many of them were of the sneer variety as pictured below. (I would have found it very difficult to sneer at Mr. Montgomery!) You can check out all those great looks of hers when the movie is shown on TCM tomorrow (March 10th) at 1:30 p.m. PST. She really did have a difficult role to play with all the "odd" cinematography.
Speaking of difficult roles, playing the straight man between Bob and Myrna Loy must have been a challenge for Reginald Owen. Of course, he did have the experience for the role, having previously lost the girl to Bob in The Man in Possession (1931). You can catch Petticoat Fever (1936) on TCM this coming Tuesday (March 14) at 9:00 a.m. PDT (It will be daylight time then, right? Please don't rely fully on my airing times!)
These are two of the four Bob movies shown by TCM this month, two to three times more than the usual number of showings! My position is that more is always better, particularly favorites such as Petticoat. Four cheers for TCM! (If only they would pull Letty Lynton (1932) out of its legal morass and give that beautiful movie back to Bob's and Joan's fans, while we're still around to appreciate it!)