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1 hr. 26 min.

Plot Summary
During the Great Depression, a discarded fur coat lands on the head of stenographer Mary Smith (Jean Arthur), triggering a life-altering chain of events. Obscenely wealthy banker J. B. Ball (Edward Arnold), who threw away the coat, lets Mary keep it, leading everyone to assume she's his mistress. After being fired from her job, Mary is suddenly the toast of the town as merchants vie for her endorsement of their products, believing she has access to Ball's millions.

Cast: Jean Arthur , Edward Arnold , Ray Milland , Luis Alberni , Mary Nash , Franklin Pangborn , Barlowe Borland , William Demarest

Director: Mitchell Leisen

Genres: Comedy

Easy Living (1937)

Release Date: July 7th, 1937|1 hr. 26 min.

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