Angela Twitchell is the daughter of a tooth-paste manufacturer, Rufus K. Twitchell, who has monopolized the business for many years that he has grown conservative, and his rivals have begin to cut into his sales. Angela wants to enter the business but he thinks women have no place in a man's world. Inventor, Elmer Niles, tries to interest Mr. Twitchell in his line of toothpaste with various cocktail flavors, but is shown the door. Angela sees the possibilities in the idea; while retaining ownership she licenses it to one of her father's business rivals under the stipulation she will go on the road for a year and sell the product. She steals her father's customers right out from under the nose of her father's best salesman, Pat O,Connor, whom she falls in love with. It's whoopee at night and all-business during the day. Claudette Ruggles, a drug-store owner, also has designs on O'Connor. Written by
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Did You Know?
At about 38 and a half minutes into the movie, while Angela Twitchell and her mother are talking in the bedroom, her father's shadow can be seen standing outside the door for more than 15 seconds before he actually enters the room. This means that he should have heard their discussion, thus learning that his daughter is the saleswoman for the competition. See more
Claudette,where did you come from? Out of a crack in the wall?
No, I go lonely for you in New York. I telephoned your office and they said you were here. So, here am I...
Well, I'm sorry. Gee, I wish I'd have known. I'm all dated up.
Your dated up? With whom?
Well, eh, with the Chamber of Commerce. One of those, eh, stag affairs. Very dull.
Don't tell me I came all the way to Detroit to twiddle my thumbs.
The Words Are in My Heart
Music by Harry Warren
Played when Pat is at the Twitchell home for dinner See more