Carole Lombard and William Powell visit the Caliente Race Track in Hollywood on Parade in ₁₉₃₃.
“The day I met Carole, I had the same feeling as a sixteen-year-old boy on his first date. I was embarrassed and fidgety. I worried over whether or not I was making a good impression on her. It just so happened that immediately after our introduction, which took place at the studio, we were left alone to talk over the picture we were about to do together. But we didn’t talk about the picture. We talked about men and women and things that happened to them and ourselves. Suddenly, in the midst of this talk with the most beautiful girl I had ever known, a thought came to me: someday, I am going to ask this girl to marry me.”