Mr. Boggs Steps Out (1938)

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“Mr. Boggs Steps Out” is a comedy film released in 1938 and directed by Gordon Wiles. The film stars Stuart Erwin, Una Merkel, and Shirley Deane.

The story follows Henry “Hank” Boggs (Stuart Erwin), a timid and unassuming accountant who has never taken a risk in his life. However, when he meets the vivacious young woman Kathleen Connors (Shirley Deane), he is inspired to step out of his comfort zone and embrace new experiences.

With Kathleen’s encouragement, Hank begins to take risks and try new things, including taking up boxing and even competing in a dance contest. Along the way, he also discovers his talent as a songwriter and collaborates with Kathleen on a successful musical production.

However, Hank’s newfound confidence is put to the test when he is falsely accused of embezzlement by his boss. With Kathleen’s help, Hank clears his name and proves his innocence, ultimately winning the respect of his colleagues and the heart of Kathleen.

In the end, Hank and Kathleen celebrate their success and look forward to a bright future together, with Hank no longer afraid to take risks and pursue his dreams.

Overall, “Mr. Boggs Steps Out” is a charming and uplifting comedy that encourages viewers to embrace new experiences and take risks in life. The film features strong performances by its leading actors and a heartwarming message of love and perseverance.

Gordon Wiles

Clarence Budington Kelland, Richard English

Stuart Erwin, Helen Chandler, Toby Wing

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