Angela Barrows, an accomplished business analyst from the US, attempts to contemporise the late MacPherson's tweed factory, shaking the very foundation of a men-only company.
In 1956 Hecht-Hill-Lancaster Productions announced plans to film James Thurber's "The Catbird Seat" with a screenplay from George Axelrod.
You're a gremlin, that's what she said.
Macleod: Who says?
Andrew Darling: Mrs blathering Barrows. You should hear what she's going to do with the house of MacPherson. Here... what's a gremlin?
Macleod: You'd better go and see Mr Roberts. Come on.
Andrew Darling: Ah, Robbie... he's a gremlin.
Robertson: Will ...
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