Lois is the editor of the 400 Magazine and is a work-a-holic. When Tom comes to her office to sell her a rowing machine, he leaves as her personal secretary. After a short time, he is an executive decision maker who works closely with Lois, and he falls for her. But Lois is married to playboy Fred, and for that reason, Tom decides to marry Ruth and leave the firm.
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You see, I've been having trouble with secretaries. The work is so uncertain. It needs a man. You understand that our relations will be purely of a business nature.
Of course, Mrs. Ames.
It pays 50 a week and may develop into something better. That, of course, will be up to you.
Well, I shall certainly appreciate the chance, Mrs. Ames.
The More You Hurt Me (the More You Make Me Care)
Music by Harry Warren
First tune played in the Bar Harbor hotel room See more