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The Secretary's Day (1947)

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Uploaded on Aug 13, 2010

This film takes us through a typical work day of "Jean Carroll," a professional secretary who is tactful, courteous, poised, alert, personable, efficient, prompt, neat, and orderly. We learn that Jean's morning dictation period is "the foundation of secretarial skill," and are given many opportunities to view her invaluable calendar pad. A more or less typical secretarial film. Jean's boss, "Mr. Williams," plays the young politician in Political Parties. "Marge Quinn," the stenographer, returned later in '47 to star in Are You Popular?

Producer: Coronet Instructional Films

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