Accent on Youth (1935)

Director
Wesley Ruggles

Main cast
Sylvia Sidney; Herbert Marshall; Phillip Reed; Lon Chaney Jr.; Catherine Doucet

Genres
Romance, Comedy

Description
A young secretary falls in love with her boss, a middle-aged playwright. Complications ensue when her boss' son falls for her.


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