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More Than a Secretary(1936)

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  • Lots of Laughs!

    • TJohnson
    • 8/14/16

    I completely disagree with other review! I absolutely love this movie. I find Jean Arthur & George Brent not only funny but they have great chemistry. The health nut angle is relatable and hilarious. It's a fun, not often shown movie that can't wait to see it again.

  • Not a very good film, sadly

    • Mr. Blandings
    • 8/15/11

    Jean Arthur has had so many great films - Talk of the Town, Devil and Miss Jones, Whole Town's Talking, More the Merrier, Mr. Smith, Mr. Deeds, You Can't Take it With You - but this isn't one of them. Not her fault, mind you, but the fault is in the script, which just isn't funny. In fact it's kind of offensive in that it seems like the writer and director just wanted to air their disdain of vegetarians who like to live healthy or something. Nasty and unfunny with a (deliberately?) bland leading man.

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