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She's Got Everything (1937)

Approved  |   |  Comedy, Romance  |  31 December 1937 (USA)
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Carol Rogers returns from Europe to discover that her recently deceased father has left her with huge debts and no resources to pay them. Aunt Jane suggests that Carol marry a South ... See full summary »

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Complete credited cast:
Gene Raymond ...
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Carol Rogers
Victor Moore ...
Waldo Eddington - a Bookie
Helen Broderick ...
Aunt Jane Carter
Harry Parke ...
Nick Zyteras (as Parkyakarkus)
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Chaffee - a Creditor
William Brisbane ...
Roger - aka Madame Helene
Solly Ward ...
Professor Alphonso Alberto Corrio
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Carol Rogers returns from Europe to discover that her recently deceased father has left her with huge debts and no resources to pay them. Aunt Jane suggests that Carol marry a South American millionaire, but, Carol refuses and vows to find a job instead. Waldo, a bookmaker, and Aunt Jane plot the perfect scheme. They arrange for Carol to be hired as a secretary for rich bachelor racetrack enthusiast and coffee magnate , Fuller Partridge. Fuller soon falls for Carol but doesn't let her know. Aunt Jane and Waldo try to set up a romantic interlude for the two at a resort. They insist Carol join them at the resort to recuperate from her near breakdown at work. Fuller, a workaholic refuses to go - Carol goes up alone. Waldo phones Fuller that Carol is delirious and is calling out for him. Fuller rushes up to the resort. Meanwhile, Waldo and Aunt Jane hire a hypnotist to hypnotize Carol to become delirious. By mistake, Aunt Jane is hypnotized instead and is calling out for Fuller. Waldo ... Written by Kelly

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Waldo Eddington - a Bookie: I saw your act a couple of years ago in Poughkeepsie.
Professor Alphonso Alberto Corrio: Beautiful city, Sposkeepskie!
Waldo Eddington - a Bookie: Whatever became of that cute little blonde you used to saw in half?
Professor Alphonso Alberto Corrio: Since Vaudeville died, I just couldn't make both ends meet.
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The Wedding March
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Sothern shines in trite comedy
23 May 2014 | by (California) – See all my reviews

Ann Sothern plays an heiress who returns from a European trip to discover that her wealthy father has died and left her with enormous debts. She's determined to get a job to pay them off, and through a series of somewhat contrived circumstances winds up working as a secretary for coffee magnate Gene Raymond. The script is predictable-- you KNOW they're going to wind up together after a series of misunderstandings separates them--and Raymond, as another reviewer has noted, is as stiff as a board, but the supporting cast, especially Billy Gilbert and Victor Moore, is good. It's Sothern's show, however, and she's more than up to it. She's funny, perky, sexy and has great comic timing, which Raymond utterly lacks (she tries to connect with him, but despite her best efforts there's no chemistry there whatsoever).

All in all, it's an inconsequential comedy that owes whatever success it may have had to the extraordinary talents of Ann Sothern. It's worth a watch for that, but not much else.


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