Her Husband's Secretary (1937)

Director
Frank McDonald

Main cast
Jean Muir; Beverly Roberts; Warren Hull; Joseph Crehan; Clara Blandick

Genres
Drama

Description
A businessman buys trouble when he hires his wife"s best friend as his secretary.


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