A schoolteacher (Jean Simmons) gets a secretarial job at a gangster-run nightclub in This Could Be the Night (1957).
The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet: Season 10: Episode 3 -- While David and his new bride June (played by his real-life new bride June Blair) are away on their honeymoon, Harriet, with Ozzie's assistance, decides to fix up their apartment for them. However, with the return of the newlyweds, Harriet suddenly becomes worried that she has overstepped her rights as mother-in-law.
Manhattan schoolteacher Anne (Jean Simmons) applying for a night club job with Rocco (Paul Douglas), Hussein (Rafael Campos) attending, Patsy (Neile Adams) dropping by and co-owner Tony (Anthony Franciosa) signing off, early in Robert Wise's This Could Be The Night, 1958.
Ray Anthony leading his band, Anne (Jean Simmons) on her first night as girl-friday, latches on to fellow Bostonian Devlin (Tom Helmore, in fact her fellow Brit), Manhattan club owner Tony (Anthony Franciosa) arriving, then Julie Wilson (as 'Ivy') sings, in This Could Be The Night, 1958.
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Job or family? This perennial conflict portrayed in this drama about a draftsman, able to free himself from the job for a very overdue family vacation, who is threatened with the sack if he doesn't return to work mid-holiday.
Jean Simmons, Paul Douglas and Anthony Franciosa star in producer Joe Pasternak's delightful production which was called "the kind of movie audiences hunger for but all too infrequently get". Anne Leeds (Simmons) is a schoolteacher looking for part-time work. She lands a job as a secretary at a nightclub, working for two partners: Rocco (Douglas), a nice, decent type of guy who has Anne's best interests at heart, and Tony (Franciosa), a handsome swinger for whom Anne falls, much to Rocco's chagrin. Adding a bit of spice – and some musical entertainment – to the story are Joan Blondell, Julie Wilson, J. Carrol Naish, ZaSu Pitts and more in supporting roles.
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