|Writers||Frank Howard Clark (from the story by)
F. Hugh Herbert (screen play)
Benny Rubin (screen play)
Manuel Seff (screen play)
|Cast||Joan Blondell Glenda Farrell William Gargan Hugh Herbert Grant Mitchell Al Shean Ruth Donnelly Johnny Arthur Bert Roach Joseph Crehan Mary Treen James Donlan Bill Elliott Carroll Nye Harry Holman Selmer Jackson|
|Plot||Angela Tritchell is the daughter of a tooth-paste manufacturer, Rufus K. Twitchell, who has monopolized the business for many years that he has grown conservative, and his rivals have begin to cut into his sales. Angela wants to enter the business but he thinks women have no place in a man's world. A drunken inventor, Elmer Niles, tries to interest Mr. Twitchell into his line of toothpaste with various cocktail flavors, but is shown the door. Angela sees the possibilities in the idea, sells it one of her father's business rival under the stipulation she will go on the road for a year and sell the product. She steals her father's customer in a wholesale fashion right out from under the nose of her father's best salesman, Pat O,Connor, whom she is in love with. But it's whoopee at night and all-business during the day. Claudette Ruggles, a drug-store owner, also has designs on O'Connor.... see Traveling Saleslady on IMDb|
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