Service De Luxe
Service De Luxe ★★ 1938
Glamorous New York businesswoman Helen Murphy (Bennett) caters to a rich clientele by dealing with all the problems they don't wish to. Wealthy Scott Robinson (Ruggles) wants to prevent his countrybred nephew Robert Wade (Price, in his film debut) from bothering him. But Helen finds the rugged inventor a breath of fresh air. 85m/B VHS . Constance Bennett, Vincent Price, Charlie Ruggles, Helen Broderick, Mischa Auer; D: Rowland V. Lee; W: Gertrude Purcell, Leonard Spigelgass; C: George Robinson.
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