THE BOSS DIDN’T SAY GOOD MORNING (Released to Theaters USA 1937)

 

Ben Meyers’ Rating: 4.3|5.0 Starsìììì 

The Boss Didn’t Say Good Morning—message movie—delivers its package in a clean, clear, unmistakable, and professional manner.  This is a high-quality watch that everyone needs to see more than once as a reminder of how one, small thing can cause imagination to run wild. Fabulous work for all involved. 

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Storyline 

A short film that shows how imaginations of employees can run wild if a boss is not careful to return a cheery greeting and how that single thing can affect a whole family.

Additional Thanks 

Thank you to Director Jacques Tourneur for directing effort. Thank you to Producer Carey Wilson for making the film possible. Cast includes Carey Wilson, Donald Haines, Ernie Alexander, Granville Bates, Sheila Bromley, John Ince, Roger Moore, and Jack Mulhall. 


Buy a ticket
? Yes? No? Maybe? 

Yes. This is a wonderful message film and unlike other message films that run their message to sour, this movie is palatable. This movie flows well. The orderly writing is much appreciated. 

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