Saleslady (January 27, 1938)

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Saleslady
 

Released on January 27, 1938: A wealthy heiress goes to the big city and gets a job as a saleslady in search of a man who will love her for herself and not for her money.

Produced by Ken Goldsmith

Directed by Arthur Greville Collins

The Actors: Anne Nagel (Mary Dakin Spencer), Weldon Heyburn (Bob Spencer), Harry Davenport (Miles Cannon), Kenneth Harlan (Bigelow), Harry Hayden (Steele), Ruth Fallows (Lillian 'Lil' Clark), John St. Polis (Crane), Matty Kemp (Wheeler), Doris Rankin (the matron), Don 'Red' Barry (Babcock), Herbert Evans (Bates, the butler)

 

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When Worlds Collide

Mary is the Mattress Queen . . . her grandfather owns the biggest mattress factory in Rosedale and Mary spends her days playing with her idle rich friends moving from party to party . . . and she is mighty tired of it. Mary thinks that it is time for her to settle down and get a husband and a home . . . but there is a problem with that . . . Mary is an old-fashioned girl . . . she wants to marry a man who loves her for herself, not for her money, so she tells gramps that she is going to the big city to find a job and find a man who will love her for herself and not her money. Mary, played by Anne Nagel, finds a job in Chicago selling mattresses in a big department store and soon meets Bob Spencer, played by Weldon Heyburn. He chases her until she catches him and they are soon married and living on a shoestring budget, but happy as two love-birds in a cage. This might be the end of the story except for the rough times that they have, like many new families . . . He loses his job and soon the car is repossessed . . . the furniture is repossessed . . . their humble apartment is gone . . . and there is nothing left for Mary to do but to take Bob back home to Rosedale and the family mansion. Gramps is happy to see them and quickly offers Bob a cushy job as his plant manager, and all should be roses and champagne now . . . except for hard-headed Bob. Bob will not take a penny from Gramps . . . he will provide for his wife no matter what it takes, and not accept a penny of the family fortune. He refuses to take the job and walks out on his wife and the mansion, heading back to Chicago with a promise to Mary that one day he will call her to come back to him . . . after he has made his own way in the world . . . he won't touch a penny of the Cannon Mattress factory fortune. What a fool! . . . or is he? Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Anne Nagel
Anne Nagel
Anne Nagel and Harry Davenport
Anne Nagel and Harry Davenport
Anne Nagel and Weldon Heyburn
Anne Nagel and Weldon Heyburn
Anne Nagel
Anne Nagel
Harry Davenport
Harry Davenport
Harry Davenport, Anne Nagel and Weldon Heyburn
Harry Davenport, Anne Nagel and Weldon Heyburn
Harry Davenport and Anne Nagel
Harry Davenport and Anne Nagel
Harry Davenport and Weldon Heyburn
Harry Davenport and Weldon Heyburn
Harry Davenport and Weldon Heyburn
Harry Davenport and Weldon Heyburn
Harry Hayden, Anne Nagel and Weldon Heyburn
Harry Hayden, Anne Nagel and Weldon Heyburn
Matty Kemp
Matty Kemp
Weldon Heyburn
Weldon Heyburn
Weldon Heyburn and Don 'Red' Barry
Weldon Heyburn and Don 'Red' Barry
Weldon Haeyburn and Harry Davenport
Weldon Haeyburn and Harry Davenport
Anne Nagel and Weldon Heyburn
Anne Nagel and Weldon Heyburn
Weldon Heyburn and Harry Davenport
Weldon Heyburn and Harry Davenport
Weldon Heyburn
Weldon Heyburn
Weldon Heyburn proposes to Anne Nagel
Weldon Heyburn proposes to Anne Nagel