Hot Saturday

Synopsis: Bank employee Ruth Brock has a reputation around town for being fast-and-easy but none of the panting suitors has made her yet. She disillusions them one after the other, but the last lad is a bad sport and starts a gossip scandal, among the hens and roosters, about her and a millionaire playboy and Ruth loses her job. Figuring that as long as she has the name, she might as well play the game, she looks him up.
Genre: Drama, Romance
Director(s): William A. Seiter
Production: Paramount Pictures
73 min

You know, I think I'll

phone next time. Phone?

Well, you seemed pretty

patient with Mr. Smith.

Did you ever talk

to Mr. Smith?

(CHUCKLING) No. I imagine it

must be quite an experience.

It is.

You know, I like your hair done

that way. It's very becoming.

Did you have any

business to transact?

Come to think of it, I did.

Look, I want this check deposited.


Checking or savings?

Checking, by all means.

Third window down.

Mr. Billings.

Look, Miss Brock, don't you think you

could take personal charge of my account?


Well, I'd have an excuse to

become better acquainted with you.

Second, I've already

mentioned your hair.

Third, you have

blue eyes.


Is this an inventory?

(CHUCKLING) Now, look, I'm

serious. Let me go on, won't you?

I'm more interesting

when I'm serious.

You're considered much too

dangerous for local consumption.

I see. Ruled out, eh?


Well, well, Conny Billop

seems more fortunate.

Oh, I imagine he'd change

places with you most anytime.

Incidentally, it looks as

though there's a man wanted.

I know, I know.

She's glaring in here

and thumping her compact on

top of the car door, isn't she?


You know, the enamel's

getting all worn off there.

I guess I'll have to go and

see what I can do about it.

Say, what's the matter?

Does everyone in this town

have high blood pressure?



Well, how was she today?

Purely business, my dear.

Oh, yes? Selling short

or bulling the market?

I suggest we stop talking

about Wall Street, huh?

If you think you can

park me out here

while you go in there and flirt

with some dizzy little bank clerk,

you're crazy!

All right, I'm crazy.


Did she catch

the train all right?

Yes, sir.

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Seton I. Miller

Seton Ingersoll Miller (May 3, 1902 – March 29, 1974) was an American screenwriter and producer. During his career, he worked with many notable film directors such as Howard Hawks and Michael Curtiz. Miller received two Oscar nominations and won once for Best Screenplay for fantasy romantic comedy film Here Comes Mr. Jordan (1941) along with Sidney Buchman. more…

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