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Muriel Fleit, Mary Barber, and Myrtle Berne, the personal secretaries of Arlene Francis, Bennett Cerf, and Dorothy Kilgallen, were the mystery guests on the 13 January 1957 episode of WML.
10 Dec 2009
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The clip Fred's First Day At New Position Part 3 from The Flintstones (1994) with Kyle MacLachlan, John Goodman Not at all. Fred, I'd like you to meet your new secretary, Miss Sharon Stone. My secretary? Personal secretary, Mr. Flintstone. That is, of course, if you want me. Great. Well, I'm sure the two of you would like to get... better acquainted. Mr. Flintstone, I'd like you to know... that I enjoy working long hours, late nights, even weekends. So feel free to use me... however you see fit. Now, can I get you anything? Coffee? Sure. How would you like it? In a cup? Bold choice, Mr. Flintstone! You'll go far in this company. Take a memo. Cliff, let's play golf. We can prioritize, conceptualize and, uh... tenderize.
16 Nov 2011
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The clip meeting mayhew's secretary from Barton Fink (1991) with John Mahoney, Judy Davis Where's honey? Huh? Honey! Where's my honey? The water's lapping up on me, honey! Honey, just stop it. I can't. I'm trying to help you. Ohh! Can I help you? I'm sorry. I... Where are you, damn it? My name is Fink. Bill asked me to drop by this afternoon. Is he, uh... Honey! In? Oooh! Mr. Mayhew is indisposed at the moment. Where's my honey? Is he, uh... Honey! Is he okay? He'll be fine. Mr. Fink, I'm Audrey Taylor, Mr. Mayhew's personal secretary. Where's my honey? I know this all must sound horrid. I really do apologize. Where are you, damn it? When he can't write, he drinks. It's so embarrassing. How about you? Will you be all right? I'll be fine. Are you a writer, Mr. Fink? Yes. I'm working on a wrestling... Please call me Barton. I'll tell Bill you dropped by. I'm sure he'll want to reschedule your appointment. Perhaps you and I can get together at some point also. Sorry if that sounds abrupt. I just... I... I don't know anyone here in town. Perhaps the three of us, Mr. Fink. Please. Barton. Barton. You see, Barton, I'm not just Bill's secretary.
21 Nov 2011
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The clip Tarot card killer suspect from Scoop (2006) Where are we headed? Does this mean anything to you? He doesn't give answers. Tried it. Joe Strombel. Coronary thrombosis. Jane Cook. So, what do you do? Reporter. Hmm. You? I'm... Well, I was personal secretary to Peter Lyman. Lord Lyman's son. Yes, impressive young man. You knew him? No, only by reputation. But I like what I know. I think he's got a real future in politics. How did you die? I think I was poisoned. You think? Why? I believe I was poisoned because I was on the verge of confirming a terrible suspicion. Yes? What suspicion is that? That Peter Lyman is the serial killer known to the police as the Tarot Card Killer. What? I assume you're aware of that case? I wrote an article two years ago, when the Tarot killings first started. But Peter Lyman? My God. What on earth made you suspect this rich, young handsome, above-reproach citizen? You remember the last murder? The police found a clue. Yes, a cufflink. I read about it in the paper. Unusual antique, wasn't it? Yep. Very rare Art Deco. Peter had the exact pair. So could have the Tarot Killer.
27 Nov 2011
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The clip Fred's First Day At New Position Part 3 from The Flintstones (1994) with Kyle MacLachlan, John Goodman Not at all. Fred, I'd like you to meet your new secretary, Miss Sharon Stone. My secretary? Personal secretary, Mr. Flintstone. That is, of course, if you want me. Great. Well, I'm sure the two of you would like to get... better acquainted. Mr. Flintstone, I'd like you to know... that I enjoy working long hours, late nights, even weekends. So feel free to use me... however you see fit. Now, can I get you anything? Coffee? Sure. How would you like it? In a cup? Bold choice, Mr. Flintstone! You'll go far in this company. Take a memo. Cliff, let's play golf. We can prioritize, conceptualize and, uh... tenderize.
16 Feb 2012
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The Complete Malcolm X on DVD: *******malcolmxfiles.blogspot****/ "They're afraid that I will tell the real reason that they've been -- that I'm out of the Black Muslim movement, which I never told, I kept to myself. But the real reason is that Elijah Muhammad, the head of the movement, is the father of eight children by six different teenaged girls, six different teenaged girls who were his private personal secretaries." *******malcolmxfiles.blogspot****/
20 May 2012
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Mian Usman Abbas 0321-6662310 Personal Secretary To Mrs. Riffat Amjad MNA (Federal Parliamentary Secretary to Social Welfare & Special Education) Govt. Of Pakistan . Mian Amjad Yasin (Ex-MNA) PML-N .. Naib Nazin CIty District Govt . Faisalabd
21 Nov 2012
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The clip misdirecting-eunice from What's Up, Doc? with Madeline Kahn, Madeline Kahn. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film. Deliver it to the boys on the second floor. 459 Dirello Street. It's settled, Eunice will meet us there. I really think it's going to work. - What could go wrong? - Please, don't you say that. Tell Mr. Larrabee that Eunice is really Eunice... ...and the Eunice he thinks is Eunice isn't Eunice. - What will you say? - About what? - Yourself. - I'll say I'm a girl you picked up. - No. You don't say anything. - Right, I just sit there and nod. Yes. Then this whole terrible episode will be over. What about us? We'll say goodbye. It's that simple. I think. Okay. You go get a taxi, I'll be out in a minute. Miss Eunice Burns, please. Yes? Miss Burns, this is Sylvia, Mr. Larrabee's personal secretary. There's been a mix-up in the invitation. The luncheon has been switched from Mr. Larrabee's home... ...to one of the Larrabee offices. Mr. Bannister has already gone... I caught Mr. Bannister on his way out and told him. - The address is, do you have a pencil? - Yes. - 459 Dirello Street. - Dirello? Second floor. - Thank you, Miss... - Louise. I thought you said, "Sylvia. " Yes, Sylvia-Louise, you know with a hyphen?
26 Apr 2013
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The Story is about SRK who is a real estate contractor. He uses muscle power to encroach land and make money. His business rival Gopala Krishna GK is the 'Boss' of GK Constructions. GK has the power to handle goons as well as the real estate business. He calls for applications from MBA graduates as his personal secretary. None of the applicants reach his expectations. He accidentally meets Anuradha Anu and thinks that she is fit for the job. As a 'Boss' he is tough with his staff but has lots of concern over them. During a trip to Malaysia, Anu and GK get closer and Anu loses her heart to GK. When she is about to confess her love, Anu gets involved in a petty issue and faces the wrath of GK. Consequently, she resigns from her job. GK calls for interviews for his personal secretary again and zeroes in on Sruthi. It is revealed that she was planted in GK's office by SRK. In order to get her father Rammurthy released from a false case, Sruthi steals a tender file. However, she does not hand it over to SRK and demands her father's release. The crooked SRK does not listen to her. At this juncture, she tries to escape from the scene and is saved by GK at the insistence of Anu. However, Anu is injured in the attack by goons in the process, but goes straight to the Tenders office and files the tender to save GK from a huge loss and to fulfill his ambition of securing his dream project. When GK is about to thank her, she admits her love for him, only to learn of his past. In the flashback, GK reveals that he loved Sanjana and married her. She died in a tsunami shortly after. He says he can't replace Sanjana. GK refuses Anu's love politely. As time goes by, Sanjana's mother Sumitra dies of illness in Malaysia and her husband Viswanath tells GK that her last wish is the marriage of GK with Anu. GK also gets a feeling that Sanjana also wants the same. He returns to India and unites with Anu and the film ends on a happy note.
25 Aug 2013
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