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13 Most Famous Offices In The Movies

Working 9 to 5, what a way to make a living... In honor of Cubed: The Secret History Of The Workplace here are the most iconic desks, cubes and office spaces on film.

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3. Skyscraper Souls


Based upon the novel Skyscraper by Faith Baldwin, this 1932 movie follows the stories of several people working in the fictional Seacoast National Bank Building, illustrating how life in the office can indeed become one's entire life.

6. The Apartment

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Jack Lemmon climbs the corporate ladder by allowing several of his bosses to borrow his apartment for extramarital affairs. Office politics at their worst - or best - lead to Lemmon landing Shirley MacLaine, one of his bosses' old flings.

9. All The President's Men


The office of the Washington Post as depicted in this film becomes a character in itself, working both for and against Robert Redford and Dustin Hoffman as they struggle to break the Watergate story.

12. Office Space

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Even though it's 15 years old, this Mike Judge masterpiece of disillusionment and despair remains the definitive look at the contemporary life of a cube dweller, with its essential dynamics of sociopathic middle managers running the lives of bored but multitasking keyboard-clackers.