About this movie:
Men are Such Fools is a 1938 American romantic comedy film made by Warner Brothers, directed by Busby Berkeley – and starring Humphrey Bogart, Priscilla Lane, Wayne Morris, and Hugh Herbert. The story was based on a Saturday Evening Post Story by Faith Baldwin. It tells the story of a young woman who works for an advertising agency and climbs the corporate ladder while falling in love. Linda Lawrence (Priscilla Lane) is an assistant to an executive Mr. Bates (Hugh Herbert) at a New York advertising agency called Americo. Linda strives not be the traditional woman and puts her career first all the while being pursued by Jimmy Hall (Wayne Morris), an ex-football star now turned co-worker, and Harry Galleon (Humphrey Bogart), an executive of the company who could help further her career. This romantic comedy conveys messages of female independence and wits while also showing how Lawrence balances the two, her love life and career.