~His Secretary~
~248-10: Lew Cody~
~Plot Synopsis~
Ruth Lawrence, a plain and severe girl, works as a stenographer for the firm of Colman and Sloden,
and quietly she falls in love with David Colman, the handsome junior partner. Sloden's wife catches
him flirting with his beautiful secretary, and, as a joke, Colman arranges for Ruth to accompany
Sloden on a business trip to Washington. Ruth overhears Coleman remark that he would not kiss
her for $1,000 and, stung to the quick, goes to a beautician who transforms her into a beautiful
young woman. Colman falls for her, and Ruth arranges a little practical joke on him: when he kisses
her, she has the janitor walk in on them and claim to be her husband. Ruth extorts $1,000 from
Colman and then, letting him in on the fun, declares her love for him.   

Plot Synopsis from afi.com
Directed by: Hobart Henley

Written by:
Joseph Farnham - titles
Louis D. Lighton - writer
Hope Loring - writer
Frederica Sagor - story
Carey Wilson - story

Norma Shearer ...  Ruth Lawrence
Lew Cody ...  David Colman
Willard Louis ...  John Sloden
Karl Dane ...  Janitor
Gwen Lee ...  Clara Bayne
Mabel Van Buren ...  Mrs. Sloden
Estelle Clark ...  Minnie
Donald Reed ...  Head Clerk (as Ernest Gillen)
~Remaining Credits~

Produced & Released by: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)

Cinematography by: Ben F. Reynolds
Film Editing by: Frank Davis
Art Direction by: Richard Day & Cedric Gibbons
Costume Design by: André-ani

Length: 7 Reels
Runtime: 70 Minutes
Released: December 6, 1925