Summer Theatre

Dream Job (13 Jul. 1953)

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After getting her 'dream job' after a short interview, a young woman accompanies her boss to a country estate as the dream turns into a nightmare.

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Cooper Fielding
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Ada Jordan
Virginia Farmer ...
Aunt Martha
Lillian Albertson ...
Miss Fenner
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Mr. Harvey
Harry Cheshire ...
Dr. Sanford
Harry Harvey ...
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Young, beautiful, and ambitious Ada Jordan answers an ad for a secretarial job and after a surprisingly short interview is hired by her handsome, urbane boss, Cooper Fielding. She is charmed by his Southern manners and agrees to accompany him to the isolated estate of his invalid Aunt Martha. In short order she finds her dream job has turned into a nightmare. Written by duke1029@aol.com

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Enjoyable performance by Vincent Price
24 December 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Dream Job is a pleasant little show. Vincent Price is charming and does a slight southern accent that makes you just sort of want to curl up with him. He's so charming that he makes the rather unbelievable plot believable. I loved the premise that Joan Leslie is an annoyance to her temp agency for giving up jobs because she's got the notion that there's a perfect job out there with easy hours, perks, and a charming boss (wedding bells someday?). And then he shows up. I enjoyed Dream Job. It's a fluff, but Vincent Price always is so good you don't notice the plot holes until later, and then you don't care. I saw it on youtube.com.


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