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Original review at TVGuide
TV Guide review
The Love Test (1935)
A comedy of the sexes has a group of laboratory chemists upset when they learn Gunn may soon be put in charge of their group. Hayward attempts to seduce her in order to keep her in her place but ends up falling in love with her instead. In a dire attempt to stop Gunn, Hutcheson steals an important formula with the idea of blaming it on Gunn, but his plot is discovered and all ends happily. A minor British programmer and an early directorial effort for Powell.
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