Lovesickby Alex Wellen A screwball comedy about small-town love.
The Man Who Was Thursday: A Nightmare, by G.K. Chesterton—A nightmare all right: lurid, screwball, and grotesque.
This week: a restored edition of A Moveable Feast, a screwball romance, and an epic biography of Lance Armstrong.
The quirky tenor of his voice, combined with his observant, mocking tone, gelled perfectly with the screwball proceedings.
Much of the material is, at least superficially, the stuff of screwball comedy.
His Girl Friday (1940) A must for anyone interested in journalism (or screwball comedies).
While son Daniel tried to reason with his pops, screwball secretary Amanda provided the, um, entertainment.
We never tell him, 'Great screwball,' though, because then his elbow would hurt.
: screwball antics
[fr screwy and probably based on screwball2; the -ball of this term is the source of the very productive combining word that yields oddball, nutball, etc]
A pitched ball that moves to the right from a right-handed pitcher and the left from a left-handed pitcher, unlike a curve ball
[1928+ Baseball; said to have been coined by the pitcher Carl Hubbell]