The wife of a publishing executive mistakenly believes that her husband's relationship with his attractive secretary is more than professional.
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Comedy, Drama, Romance
Secretary, Magazine, Publisher, Business Trip, Marriage
Black and White
Comedy of Errors, Comedy of Manners, Romantic Comedy
Foibles of Marriage, Love Triangles
Humorous, Silly, Light, Easygoing, Lyrical, Witty
Just for Fun
Has Detailed Data (New)
10, 1, 2, 3
Country Of Origin
Wife vs. Secretary is a 1936 comedy film directed and co-produced by Clarence Brown, and starring Clark Gable as a successful businessman, Jean Harlow as his secretary, and Myrna Loy as his wife, supported by James Stewart, in one of his first memorable roles, as the secretary's suitor. The film was the fifth of six collaborations between Gable and Harlow and the fourth of seven between Gable and Loy. May Robson portrays Gable's character's meddling mother. The story was based on the short story of the same name by Faith Baldwin published in Cosmopolitan Magazine in May 1935.
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