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''The Devil and Miss Jones '' is a 1941 [[RomanticComedy Romantic]] ScrewballComedy from the GoldenAgeOfHollywood, directed by Sam Wood.

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''The Devil and Miss Jones '' is a 1941 [[RomanticComedy Romantic]] ScrewballComedy from the GoldenAgeOfHollywood, UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfHollywood, directed by Sam Wood.



Under absolutely no circumstances should you confuse this film with ''The Devil '''in''' Miss Jones''. [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Devil_in_Miss_Jones Trust us.]]

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Under absolutely no circumstances should you confuse this film with the 1973 pornographic film ''The Devil '''in''' Miss Jones''. [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Devil_in_Miss_Jones Trust us.]]


''The Devil and Miss Jones '' is a 1941 RomanticComedy / ScrewballComedy from the GoldenAgeOfHollywood, directed by Sam Wood.

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''The Devil and Miss Jones '' is a 1941 RomanticComedy / [[RomanticComedy Romantic]] ScrewballComedy from the GoldenAgeOfHollywood, directed by Sam Wood.


''The Devil and Miss Jones '' is a 1941 RomanticComedy / ScrewballComedyfrom the GoldenAgeOfHollywood, directed by Sam Wood.

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''The Devil and Miss Jones '' is a 1941 RomanticComedy / ScrewballComedyfrom ScrewballComedy from the GoldenAgeOfHollywood, directed by Sam Wood.


''The Devil and Miss Jones '' is a 1941 RomanticComedy from the GoldenAgeOfHollywood, directed by Sam Wood.

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''The Devil and Miss Jones '' is a 1941 RomanticComedy from / ScrewballComedyfrom the GoldenAgeOfHollywood, directed by Sam Wood.


Under absolutely no circumstances should you confuse this film with ''The Devil '''in''' Miss Jones''.

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Under absolutely no circumstances should you confuse this film with ''The Devil '''in''' Miss Jones''.
Jones''. [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Devil_in_Miss_Jones Trust us.]]


Under no circumstances should you confuse this film with ''The Devil '''in''' Miss Jones''.

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Under absolutely no circumstances should you confuse this film with ''The Devil '''in''' Miss Jones''.


Under no circumstances should you confuse this film with ''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Devil_in_Miss_Jones The Devil '''in''' Miss Jones]]''.

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Under no circumstances should you confuse this film with ''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Devil_in_Miss_Jones The ''The Devil '''in''' Miss Jones]]''.
Jones''.


''The Devil and Miss Jones ''(1941) is a RomanticComedy from the GoldenAgeOfHollywood directed by Sam Wood.

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''The Devil and Miss Jones ''(1941) '' is a 1941 RomanticComedy from the GoldenAgeOfHollywood GoldenAgeOfHollywood, directed by Sam Wood.


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Under no circumstances should you confuse this film with ''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Devil_in_Miss_Jones The Devil '''in''' Miss Jones]]''.


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[[caption-width-right:350: Laughing at the Devil.]]

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[[caption-width-right:350: [[caption-width-right:300: Laughing at the Devil.]]



* RightInFrontOfMe: Mary, Elizabeth, and Joe are the last people that should be hanging out with John since heís trying to destroy their unionization attempts.

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* RightInFrontOfMe: Mary, Elizabeth, and Joe are the last people that should be hanging out with John since heís trying to destroy their unionization attempts.


* BrattyTeenageDaughter: John wants to make commission in his job in order to keep it, and so he gets his personal butler to bring a kid and buy shoes. Although John is no salesman, the girl is a complete brat.

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* BrattyTeenageDaughter: John wants to make commission in his job in order to keep it, it his job, and so he gets his personal butler to bring a kid and buy shoes. Although John is no salesman, the girl is a complete brat.



* CassandraTruth: Caught by the police, John tries to tell them that he was pawning his watch so he could make a call to his chauffeur and get him home. They donít believe him since he wearing a swimsuit (he couldnít find the bathhouse which he put his clothes and rented this swimming suit from), and has no shoes on. Thinking heís crazy, they almost toss him in jail.

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* CassandraTruth: Caught by the police, John tries to tell them that he was pawning his watch so he could make a call to his chauffeur and get him home. They donít believe him since he wearing a swimsuit (he couldnít find the bathhouse which he put his clothes and rented this swimming suit from), and has no shoes on. Thinking heís crazy, they almost toss him in jail.



* EnemiesList: John keeps one; itís a list of things he finds out about his department store, but quickly turns into a list for firing people. The mean floor manager is the first to be on the list. At first John, puts a question mark if he should fire him, but after screwing him over, he crosses out the question mark. And then, of a secret shopper who give him hell for chewing gum, leaning on the counter, and not attending to her quickly enough.

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* EnemiesList: John keeps one; itís a list of things he finds out about his department store, but quickly turns into a list for firing people. The mean floor manager is the first to be on the list. At first John, puts a question mark if he should fire him, but after screwing him over, he crosses out the question mark. And then, of a secret shopper who give gives him hell for chewing gum, leaning on the counter, and not attending to her quickly enough.


''The Devil and Miss Jones ''(1941) is a RomanticComedy from the GoldenAgeOfHollywood directed by Sam Wood. A multi-millionaire tycoon, John P. Merrick, (Charles Coburn) owns a bothersome department store where employees are raising hell for unionization. Realizing heís the only one that can stop them after interviewing a so-so detective, he goes undercover as Thomas Higgins, a lowly store clerk who the store higher-ups know is there to spot the rebellious workers.

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''The Devil and Miss Jones ''(1941) is a RomanticComedy from the GoldenAgeOfHollywood directed by Sam Wood.

A multi-millionaire tycoon, John P. Merrick, (Charles Coburn) owns a bothersome department store where employees are raising hell for unionization. Realizing heís the only one that can stop them after interviewing a so-so detective, he goes undercover as Thomas Higgins, Higgins: a lowly store clerk who the store higher-ups know is there to spot the rebellious workers.


* IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy: Joe breaks up with Mary, because his life as a protester wonít bring them a comfortable life, and she should marry someone who can provide for her. [[spoiler:


* DidntThinkThisThrough: Joe protests inside the store and handcuffs himself around some pipes convinced that security will have to cut through them to get him out. But they easily slide the handcuffs out, because the pipe has an end to it, opposed to continuing somewhere else like the others.

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* DidntThinkThisThrough: Joe protests inside the store and handcuffs himself around some pipes convinced that security will have to cut through them to get him out. But they easily slide the handcuffs out, because up, freeing Joe; the pipe has an end to it, opposed to not continuing somewhere else like the others.


* CassandraTruth: Caught by the police, John tries to tell them that he was pawning his watch so he could make a call to his chauffeur and get him home. They donít believe him since he has his swimming clothes on (he couldnít find the bathhouse which he put his clothes and rented this swimming suit from), and no shoes on. Thinking heís crazy, they almost toss him in jail.

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* CassandraTruth: Caught by the police, John tries to tell them that he was pawning his watch so he could make a call to his chauffeur and get him home. They donít believe him since he has his swimming clothes on wearing a swimsuit (he couldnít find the bathhouse which he put his clothes and rented this swimming suit from), and has no shoes on. Thinking heís crazy, they almost toss him in jail.


''The Devil and Miss Jones ''(1941) is a RomanticComedy from the GoldenAgeOfHollywood direct by Sam Wood. A multi-millionaire tycoon, John P. Merrick, (Charles Coburn) owns a bothersome department store where employees are raising hell for unionization. Realizing heís the only one that can stop them after interviewing a so-so detective, he goes undercover as Thomas Higgins, a lowly store clerk who the store higher-ups know is there to spot the rebellious workers.

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''The Devil and Miss Jones ''(1941) is a RomanticComedy from the GoldenAgeOfHollywood direct directed by Sam Wood. A multi-millionaire tycoon, John P. Merrick, (Charles Coburn) owns a bothersome department store where employees are raising hell for unionization. Realizing heís the only one that can stop them after interviewing a so-so detective, he goes undercover as Thomas Higgins, a lowly store clerk who the store higher-ups know is there to spot the rebellious workers.

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