She Couldn't Say No (II) (1940)

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Wally is a lawyer with no clients so when he gets a job to buy a lake and the surrounding 1000 acres for Trans Atlantic Airlines, he jumps at the chance. But when ole man Potter puts a load... See full summary »


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24 August 2014 | AAdaSC
5
| Meh-be
Roger Pryor (Wallace) has a law firm with no clients. One day, he gets one. The plot seems a little complicated but secretary Eve Arden (Alice), who is also a lawyer, and her friend Cliff Edwards (Banjo) decide to help out. This entails taking up the case AGAINST Pryor's client without his knowledge. Things get resolved at the court case.

You know where the film is going but it's a little complicated at the beginning and Cliff Edwards can be annoying, especially when he is singing in a sort of skiffle/jazz fusion. It is not good. In fact, it really grates. And he keeps doing it throughout the whole cocktail party sequence. We get the usual comedy characters pop up but goodness knows why Eve Arden isn't given top billing over Roger Pryor. It's her film.

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Release Date:

7 December 1940

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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