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At the turn of the century, Rose and ex-showbiz friend Molly get involved in selling steel. When they come unstuck with corsets, they embark on the even more hazardous project of selling ... See full summary »
Ginger Rogers and Carol Channing jokingly called this "Death of a Saleslady", claiming that it was a "terrible picture".
Greavy - Prosecuting Attorney:
Miss Wade, you're a barbed wire salesman, are you not?
Molly Wade: No, sir.
Greavy - Prosecuting Attorney: No? I have proof that you are.
Molly Wade: I'm a saleslady and I've got better proof than you've got.
Moving shadow of the boom microphone on the wall of the jail (upper right of the frame) with the two tied-up jailers after Rogers and Channing are sprung by Arness.
Opening credits prologue: 1897!
America was feeling its strength and had come of age as a nation.
The American Salesman was telling anyone who cared to listen that it was a man's world. The American woman agreed . . . . . and prepared to take it away from him.
This is the story of the first traveling saleslady in America and HOW she got that way!!