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Original review at TVGuide
TV Guide review
Something Always Happens (1934)
Charming comedy in which Hunter plays an unemployed car salesman pushed by his wealthy girl friend to try to sell the idea of commercializing gas stations. His original pleas to Gawthorne, who is actually his girl's father, prove fruitless. But Hunter persists with another company that takes to the idea much better. Enjoyable picture with good performances and capable direction.
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