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The Feminine Touch (1941) was a Comedy Film directed by W.S. Van Dyke and produced by Joseph L. Mankiewicz.

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The Feminine Touch (1941)

By Cameron on Sep 28, 2016 From The Blonde At The Film

via: Unless otherwise noted, all images are my own. Jealousy takes center stage in this comedy from 1941 starring Rosalind Russell and Don Ameche. The two romantic leads are already married to each other when the movie begins, so you kno... Read full article

Warner Archive: The Lighter Side of Kay Francis in The Feminine Touch (1941)

By KC on Sep 11, 2015 From Classic Movies

After all melodrama I sniffled through in the pair of Francis flicks I reviewed earlier in the week, I needed something lighter, and I got it with The Feminine Touch. Francis takes a supporting role in this comedy about jealousy in romantic relationships now available on DVD from Warner Archive. Do... Read full article

The Feminine Touch(1941)

By Dawn on Jun 4, 2010 From Noir and Chick Flicks

The Feminine Touch (1941). Romantic Comedy. Cast: Don Ameche and Rosalind Russell.College psychology professor John Hathaway, becomes upset when Dean Hutchinson suggests that the team's star, Rubber-legs Ryan, must pass an exam to be put back on the team. Rubber-legs has eyes for John's wife Julie, ... Read full article

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Nellie Woods: Sorry I'm not what you were expecting.
Elliott Morgan, Publisher: What makes you think I'm expecting anybody?
Nellie Woods: What makes me think that dogs like liver?
Elliott Morgan, Publisher: I don't get the analogy, but I expect it's very clever. It so happens that you're wrong; there's no one coming.
Nellie Woods: You're right. She's gone out with her husband.
Elliott Morgan, Publisher: [feigning confusion] Uh. . .who has?
Nellie Woods: The liver.

Nellie Woods: [to Elliott] If you're lying, I'll kill you and go to the chair with a song on my lips.

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Also directed by W.S. Van Dyke

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Also produced by Joseph L. Mankiewicz

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Also released in 1941

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