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My Dear Secretary(1948)

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    • BogiesBoy
    • 5/24/15

    I think I saw part of a color remake of this movie some time ago, but the tittle was different. if anyone knows of such a movie please let me know...

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    • henry c.
    • 11/11/11

    Who is the actress in the scene at 1:20 in the film ?

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    • Barbara
    • 11/2/10

    A little gem of madcap comedy from yesteryear, it is total black & white vintage "camp" Hollywood. It embodies the nonsensical as only Keenan Wynn can deliver and Kirk Douglas as the straight man, smitten with the one girl he can't charm. Lorraine Day plays along until she wises up and believes in herself as a writer rather than throwing her weight behind him, the successful -albeit blocked - Author. As their relationship progesses, their roles reverse, offering mirrors of self reflection, both personally and as writers.It truly is celluloid "popcorn", a trivial bit of fluff, tasty and lip-smacking good. (And who doesn't love a gulity pleasure every now and then?) I only wish TCM showed it more often. Haven't seen this one in years!

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