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After Office Hours (1935) was a Crime - Drama Film directed by Robert Z. Leonard and produced by Robert Z. Leonard and Bernard H. Hyman.

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After Office Hours ( 1935 )

By The Metzinger Sisters on Jul 31, 2021 From Silver Scenes - A Blog for Classic Film Lovers

Clark Gable and Constance Bennett, two of the biggest stars in Hollywood in the early 1930s, teamed up only once for a fast-paced mystery/drama called After Office Hours ( 1935 ). This MGM release featured the King of Hollywood in a typical Gable-like role as Jim Branch, a hard-hitting New York news... Read full article

After Office Hours (1935)

By Lindsey on Jan 4, 2016 From The Motion Pictures

Sharon Norwood (Constance Bennett) is a socialite, but not the type to spend her days lounging by the pool or shopping for expensive clothes. She’s taken a job, working the music beat at a the News Record, a paper owned by her uncle. Jim Branch (Clark Gable), the managing editor of the paper, ... Read full article

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Hank Parr: You got a mind like Einstein, boss.
James 'Jim' Branch: Thanks!
Hank Parr: I mean Mac Einstein, that runs the lunchroom down on Beesy Street.

Sharon Norwood: Why did you lie to me?
James 'Jim' Branch: If you were looking at what I'm looking at you'd know why I lied to you.

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Sidney Lanfield was originally signed to direct.
The picture has no original score but Edward Ward composed music for the trailer.
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