Ok, so the sign on Billy Wilder's door actually read "How would Lubitsch do it?", but if they'd existed Wilder definitely would have had a WWLD bracelet.
Ernst Lunitsch was monumentally influential, and we'll see a lot from him in the future of Lost in Criterion, but we kick things off with the delightful romantic con-artist comedy, or romconcom, Trouble in Paradise (1932). Made before the Hays code was widely in effect -- and bared from re-release after the code was essentially law -- Trouble in Paradise has all those risque jokes that your grandparents will insist didn't exist in movies back then.
We talk about that Lubistch touch on this week's Lost in Criterion.