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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

Beauty and the Boss (1932) + The Church Mouse (1934) on DVD

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Get the original film, Beauty And The Boss (1932), and The Church Mouse (1934) for 20% off their individual prices!


Beauty And The Boss (1932)


Starring Kevin Conroy, Bob Hastings, Mark Hamill, Arleen Sorkin, Suzanne Stone 
Directed by Roy Del Ruth

Print: Black and White
Runtime: 66 min.
Genre: Comedy


Bank executive Josef von Ullrich should be paying attention to the figures in the company ledgers, not the figure of the pretty stenographer sitting alongside his desk. So he fires her and ultimately hires an efficient mouse of a young woman who is plain, practical and will always strike the right keys. What's more, Josef knows she will never become an attractive distraction to him. But the wallflower is about to blossom.


 


The Church Mouse (1934)

Starring Laura La Plante, Ian Hunter, Edward Chapman, Jane Carr, Clifford Heatherley
Directed by Monty Banks



Print: black/white
Runtime: 75 min.
Genre: Comedy

Wish fulfillment meets wit in a sassy, sophisticated 1934 comedy that told a girl how to succeed in business in an era when success meant marrying the boss, not nabbing the corner office. Blonde charmer Laura La Plante (in one of her last films in a career that included her reign as one of the silent screen's leading stars) goes dowdy in the title role, playing meek Betty Miller, who's much better at dictation than flirtation. In fact, she's just what banker Johnathan Steele (Ian Hunter) wants - someone who won't take his mind off business. Then Betty meets Steele's va-va-voom previous secretary (and current mistress) and learns what a splash of perfume and personality can do for a girl, especially one with a promotion to Mrs. on her mind!

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Get the original film, Beauty And The Boss (1932), and The Church Mouse (1934) for 20% off their individual prices!

Beauty And The Boss (1932)

Starring Kevin Conroy, Bob Hastings, Mark Hamill, Arleen Sorkin, Suzanne Stone 
Directed by Roy Del Ruth

Print: Black and White
Runtime: 66 min.
Genre: Comedy

Bank executive Josef von Ullrich should be paying attention to the figures in the company ledgers, not the figure of the pretty stenographer sitting alongside his desk. So he fires her and ultimately hires an efficient mouse of a young woman who is plain, practical and will always strike the right keys. What's more, Josef knows she will never become an attractive distraction to him. But the wallflower is about to blossom.

 

The Church Mouse (1934)

Starring Laura La Plante, Ian Hunter, Edward Chapman, Jane Carr, Clifford Heatherley
Directed by Monty Banks


Print: black/white
Runtime: 75 min.
Genre: Comedy

Wish fulfillment meets wit in a sassy, sophisticated 1934 comedy that told a girl how to succeed in business in an era when success meant marrying the boss, not nabbing the corner office. Blonde charmer Laura La Plante (in one of her last films in a career that included her reign as one of the silent screen's leading stars) goes dowdy in the title role, playing meek Betty Miller, who's much better at dictation than flirtation. In fact, she's just what banker Johnathan Steele (Ian Hunter) wants - someone who won't take his mind off business. Then Betty meets Steele's va-va-voom previous secretary (and current mistress) and learns what a splash of perfume and personality can do for a girl, especially one with a promotion to Mrs. on her mind!

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