Let's Live a Little (1948) - Rotten Tomatoes

Let's Live a Little (1948)





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Sexual harassment can work both ways as can be seen in this romantic comedy when ad man endeavors to maneuver out of a relationship with his girlfriend. This is difficult as she controls a major account for his company and refuses to renew it unless he continues to go out with her. The frustrated fellow then begins having neurotic fits until, at last, he is taken off her account. For his new assignment, he must promote a psychiatrist's latest book. They meet and he is captivated by the lovely doctor. The nervous fellow then becomes her patient, and before long they both fall in love. Unfortunately, the other woman has not given up. His troubles are far from over when he later discovers that the shrink doesn't really love him--she is only using him for a case study.


Robert Cummings
as Duke Crawford
Hedy Lamarr
as Dr. J.O. Loring
Anna Sten
as Michele Bennett
Robert Shayne
as Dr. Richard Field
Mary Treen
as Miss Adams
Harry Antrim
as James Montgomery
Curt Bois
as Chemist
John Newland
as Newcomb
Oliver Blake
as Photographer
John Dehner
as Dempster
Frank Wilcox
as Salesman
Eve Whitney
as Miss O'Reilly
Eddie Parks
as Cruickshank
Norma Varden
as Nurse Brady
Virginia Farmer
as Mrs. Harris
Paul Maxey
as Mr. Stevens
Regina Wallace
as Mrs. Lansworth
Byron Foulger
as Mr. Hopkins
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Nonsensical silliness with Hedy ravishing and Anna Sten amusing in support.

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