A Woman of Distinction (1950) - Rotten Tomatoes

A Woman of Distinction (1950)





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In this comedy, scandal and gossip abounds when a rumor is perpetuated that the dowdy, unmarried Susan Middlecott (Rosalind Russell), the college dean, is having an affair with a handsome visiting professor (Ray Milland). As Susan struggles to quell the rumor and get her life back to normal, her scheming father has an entirely different plan.


Rosalind Russell
as Susan Middlecott
Ray Milland
as Prof. Alec Stevenson
Janis Carter
as Teddy Evans
Edmund Gwenn
as Mark Middlecott
Frances Lederer
as Prof. Paul Simone
Francis Lederer
as Paul Simone
Alex Gerry
as Herman Pomeroy
Charlotte Wynters
as Miss Withers
Charles Evans
as Dr. McFall
Gale Gordon
as Station clerk
Harry Tyler
as Charlie
Charles Trowbridge
as Jewelry Salesman
William Newell
as Bartender
Myron Healey
as Cameraman
Harry Strang
as Reporter
Larry Barton
as Reporter
Donald Kerr
as Reporter
Ted Jordan
as Reporter
Lucille Browne
as Manicurist
Walter Sande
as Officer
Marie Blake
as Wax Operator
Edward Keane
as Sergeant
Lois Hall
as Stewardess
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Audience Reviews for A Woman of Distinction

Hackneyed and artificial, this "chick flick" concerns cold fish Roz Russell being thawed out by a similarly aloof professor, Ray Milland. They loosely play career-focused intellectual types thrown together by fake news shenanigans. Prepare to groan throughout this bad dream.

Kevin M. Williams
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