All those movies were dramas. She rarely did comedies. Her first comedy was her best thanks to one of the masters, director Ernst Lubitsch. Long before Jane Withers became popular in a series of national TV commercials as "Josephine the Plumber," Jennifer Jones played a delightful British girl who could unclog your pipes in a jiffy. Plumbing was her passion. Her day job was working as a parlor maid. Her name was Cluny Brown.
Who winds up being invited to the manor as a weekend guest? Mr. Belinksi. Of course, he's going to fall in love with Cluny. He keeps her from being fired as a maid. She's still trying to find her place. She figures the best she can do is perhaps have her place determined by marriage. She's courted by a most pompous local pharmacist played by Richard Haydn. The actor is instantly recognizable from Ball of Fire, Please Don't Eat the Daisies and The Sound of Music. The pharmacist lives with his mother.
One of my other favorite scenes that kills me every time is when Adam Belinski tries to reason with the selfish and shapely Betty Cream.
...and the abusive husband driving his wife mad in Gaslight with Ingrid Bergman.
He could also play tender lovers like in The Garden of Allah with Marlene Dietrich...
...and the twice-remade but never surpassed Love Affair with Irene Dunne.