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After Office Hours(1935)

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  • The Boat

    • JP
    • 5/12/15

    The only thing I want to review about this movie is the boat. Sharon and Bannister arrive at Bannister's house, with a bulit in boat slip, in a boat taxi; Bannister tells the driver not to wait that they won't be needing him. Boat taxi leaves then Julia arrives by her boat and parks in the boat slip at Bannister's to confront him about his wrong doings. Bannister does away with Julia and leaves her body there in the built in boat slip. Bannister goes back into his house where Sharon was listening to music and didn't hear a thing. Since he had promised her ham and eggs at his house and he didn't have either he'll take her out to eat but to not draw attention to the dead body on the way out he darkens the path by turning the lights off. Okay, so Sharon doesn't see the dead body she does see the boat and never asks where it came from or whose it is. That just bugs me. The boat they had arrived in was a taxi boat, Sharon heard Bannister tell the driver not to wait they wouldn't be needing him she even says in response to that that she doesn't want to be stranded but she never asks where this second boat came from when suddenly Bannister decides to take her out to eat. Why wouldn't she ask him how they were going to get there since he never even called for a boat to pick them up and yet there's a boat that had appeared unbeknownst to her but she doesn't even ask where it came from, when it arrived or even who drove it there and where the driver of it is. That just bugs me... can ya tell?

  • one of the best comedies

    • gwedler
    • 5/10/14

    Clark Gable at his best.

  • After Office Hours

    • Joyce
    • 1/14/08

    This is a delightful movie . I love the early Gable movies .

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