Advertising executive Preston 'Pat' Patton is fired from his job by Col. Allenby when he offends his daughter Mary Elizabeth. Pat tries to remain calm and starts the agency 'Confidential ...
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Exclusive Story is a 1936 American drama film directed by George B. Seitz and written by Michael Fessier. The film stars Franchot Tone, Madge Evans, Stuart Erwin, Joseph Calleia, Robert Barrat and J. Farrell MacDonald.
Advertising executive Preston 'Pat' Patton is fired from his job by Col. Allenby when he offends his daughter Mary Elizabeth. Pat tries to remain calm and starts the agency 'Confidential Services, Inc.' On his first assignment Pat gets off on the wrong track by delivering the wrong drunk to an overweight wife's bed. Next, he is hired to keep beautiful Rosalind Rockwell away from her father's new and young wife because her father Kenneth S. Rockwell has been passing himself off as a younger man. So, Pat hires Rosalind as his secretary, allowing her to become involved in some comic misadventures. They also become romantic.Written by
Advertising executive Robert Young (as Preston "Pat" Patton) is fired from his job for kissing boss' daughter Madge Evans (as Mary Elizabeth Allenby). Taking a cue from his frequently uttered "Calm Yourself" motto, Mr. Young starts his own business, called "Confidential Services, Inc." Young explains, "Our large and versatile staff will pawn your jewels, send your strategic telegrams, hold your hand during operation, or do almost anything you ask." Just say "Calm Yourself" and allow Young to handle it, for a fee.
Young gets off on the wrong track by delivering the wrong drunk to an overweight wife's bed. Next, he is hired to keep beautiful Madge Evans (as Rosalind) away from her father's new wife because rich old papa Ralph Morgan (as Kenneth S. Rockwell) has been passing himself off as a younger man. So, Young hires Ms. Evans as his secretary, allowing her to become involved in some comic misadventures. They also become romantic. A baby and a dog are added to the confusion. Everybody tries to remain calm.
**** Calm Yourself (6/28/35) George B. Seitz ~ Robert Young, Madge Evans, Betty Furness, Ralph Morgan
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