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A super-efficient secretary at a department store falls for and marries her boss, but finds out that taking care of him at home (and especially his spoiled-brat daughter) is a lot different than taking care of him at work.
Gregory La Cava
"There's That Woman Again" is the sequel to the previous year's "There's Always A Woman", featuring Bill and Sally Reardon as a husband-and-wife private-detective duo (the husband professional, the wife amateur). Judging from a title card at the start of the movie, a further series with these characters was planned, but never materialized. Here Virginia Bruce replaces Joan Blondell in the role of Sally, and she's fun to watch as the flighty but resourceful amateur sleuth; Melvyn Douglas repeats his "straight" role as the bewildered but loving husband. One of my favorite actresses from that era, Margaret Lindsay, shines in a somewhat against-type part as one of the suspects in the case of serial jewel robberies that the Reardons are investigating. The film is nothing more than fluff, but pleasant, well-made fluff. **1/2 out of 4.
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