Second Fiddle (1957)

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Career demands, and a seductive secretary, threaten marital bliss for newlywed ad-agency employees.


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25 February 2020 | louiseculmer
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| Romance in the advertising world
Quite an amusing story set in the world of advertising. Deborah (Adrienne Cori) and Charles (Thorley Walters) both work for the same advertising firm and are soon to be married. But the firm is old fashioned, and does not employ married women, it seems Deborah will be fired when they marry. But the firm changes its policy so Deborah can stay on. Predictably this leads to some problems, with both trying to keep up with office and housework, not to mention Charles getting jealous when Deborah seems to be having more success, and Deborah getting jealous when a glamorous blonde at work seems to have her eye on Charles. I found it all quite entertaining,

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