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The Feminine Touch (1941)





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In this comedy, a professor writes a bestselling book on jealousy. His ideas are put to the test when he discovers that he is attracted to his publisher. Meanwhile, his wife suspects that her husband's assistant is attracted to him.


Rosalind Russell
as Julie Hathaway
Don Ameche
as Prof. John Hathaway
Kay Francis
as Nellie Woods
Van Heflin
as Elliott Morgan, Publisher
Donald Meek
as Capt. Makepeace Liveright
Gordon Jones
as Rubber-Legs Ryan
Henry Daniell
as Shelley Mason
Sidney Blackmer
as Freddie Bond
Grant Mitchell
as Dean Hutchinson
David Clyde
as Brighton
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Charming goofball comedy played by experts. Roz, looking great, is sassy and fun one of the greatest at the slow burn ever. This was Kay Francis' last part in an A level film and a shame since she is both humorous and chic. Her slide into low grade junk and obscurity within a few years of this is an example of the way Hollywood wastes talented performers once they are no longer as big at the box office. Ameche and Heflin's parts are not as good but they make them seem better than they.

jay nixon
jay nixon

Super Reviewer


This movie should be in the list of best classic screwball comedies, I don't know why it isn't. It's hilarious, the actors are great (starring: Rosalind Russell, Don Ameche, Kay Francis, and Van Heflin!) and the story is good too. I loved this movie, I'm glad I caught it on TCM. I highly recommend it.

Aj V
Aj V

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