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Rich Relations (1937)

A secretary finds herself being romanced by a "ladies man". What she doesn't know is that it's her boss who really loves her.

Director:

Clifford Sanforth

Writers:

Priscilla Wayne (from the novel by) (as Pricilla Wayne), Joseph O'Donnell (screen play)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Ralph Forbes ... Dave Walton
Frances Grant ... Nancy Tilton
Barry Norton ... Don Blair
Muriel Evans ... Trixie Lane
Franklin Pangborn ... Mr. Dwight (as Franklyn Pangborn)
Wesley Barry ... Albert
Jeanie Roberts Jeanie Roberts ... Buddy
Crauford Kent ... Mr. Colby
Ethel Clayton ... Mrs. Blair
Donald Kirke
Mary Carr
Ed Lawrence
Irving White Irving White
Gertrude Astor
Harry Myers ... (as Harry Meyers)
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A secretary finds herself being romanced by a "ladies man". What she doesn't know is that it's her boss who really loves her.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

1 February 1937 (USA) See more »

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Cameo Pictures See more »
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Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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This film is now available on DVD coupled with another obscure 1930s programmer, Hats Off (1936). See more »

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24 May 2017 | by bobliptonSee all my reviews

Florence Grant plays Nancy Tilton. She moves to Chicago for a job as a stenographer and is pursued by Barry Norton and loved chastely by Ralph Forbes. Complications ensue when it turns out she has the same last name as prominent Chicagoans and people keep telling her her grandmother is coming home from Europe.

It's acted in a low-key manner, which might be interesting, except it isn't, and Muriel Evans speaks in an annoying, baby-girl voice. It's a pure Poverty Row production, and the interesting talent, including Franklin Pangborn and Marry Carr are used to no particular effect. Skip this one.


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