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Employees' Entrance (1933) was a Drama - Romance Film directed by Roy Del Ruth and produced by Lucien Hubbard.

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Forbidden Pleasures: Employees’ Entrance (1933)

By shadowsandsatin on Sep 17, 2011 From Shadows and Satin

Employees? Entrance (1933) stars the dashing and delightfully bad Warren William, Loretta Young and Wallace Ford.?It?s one of the first pre-Code movies I ever owned,?part of?the Turner/MGM/UA ?Forbidden Hollywood? series, and it?s a gem. The film?s principal characters are Kurt Anderson (William), t... Read full article

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Kurt Anderson: With your looks you shouldn't have any trouble finding a job.
Madeleine Walters West: Thank you, but I'd rather be employed for my brain.

Kurt Anderson: When a man outlives his usefulness, he ought to jump out a window.

Kurt Anderson: There's no room for sympathy or softness - my code is smash or be smashed!

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