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Original review at TVGuide
TV Guide review
Her last Affaire (1936)
Williams, the secretary to prominent English politician Sullivan, is in love with his employer's daughter, Stewart. The politician recently married a woman who sent Williams' father to prison for a crime that she committed. The father and step-mother are against Stewart's plans to wed Williams, and this puts the young man's job in jeopardy. When Williams forces the step-mother to sign a confession that she actually committed the crime, she dies of a heart attack. Williams is sent to trial for murder, but is eventually cleared of all charges and is free to marry his love.
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