After Office Hours
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Time Out saysStandard Depression era plot, with Gable overdoing the brashness as a working newspaperman who resents the socialite (Bennett) he assumes to be slumming when she joins the paper's staff. Their love-hate affair, conducted in pretty flat wisecracks, comes to a head when a friend of hers is murdered and he tracks down the killer. Fine Charles Rosher camerawork, otherwise unremarkable.