Men Are Such Fools (1938) - Rotten Tomatoes

Men Are Such Fools (1938)





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The romantic hills and valleys of an advertising agency secretary provide the basis of this comedy drama. Unlike her soon-to-be-married roommate, the secretary is determined to remain single and forge a strong career. She does have a suitor, but he is not ambitious enough for her and she keeps her distance. The girl gets her chance to climb the corporate ladder after she invents a sure-fire cure for hangovers. Sure enough she begins her ascent. Meanwhile, her suitor continues to plead with her to leave her job and become his bride. But the secretary has fallen for an ambitious adman who is engaged with another who is already cheating upon him. At this point, the stage is set for considerable romantic confusion and things are a mess until the very happy end.


Priscilla Lane
as Linda Lawrence
Wayne Morris
as Jimmy Hall
Humphrey Bogart
as Harry Galleon
Hugh Herbert
as Harvey Bates
Mona Barrie
as Beatrice Harris
Marcia Ralston
as Wanda Townsend
Gene Lockhart
as Bill Dalton
Kathleen Lockhart
as Mrs. Dalton
Donald Briggs
as George Onslow
Renie Riano
as Mrs. Pinkel
Nedda Harrigan
as Mrs. Nelson
Eric Stanley
as Mr. Nelson
Jim Nolan
as Bill Collyer
Carole Landis
as June Cooper
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