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People Will Talk

People Will Talk(1951)

Also Known As: Dr. Praetorius | The Doctor's Diary | The Dr. Praetorius Story |

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Brief Synopsis

A controversial doctor gets mixed up with an unwed mother.

Cast & Crew

Cary Grant Dr. Noah Praetorius
Jeanne Crain Deborah Higgins
Finlay Currie Shunderson
Hume Cronyn Professor Rodney Elwell
Walter Slezak Professor Lionel Barker
Sidney Blackmer Arthur Higgins
Basil Ruysdael Dean Lyman Brockwell
Katherine Locke Miss James
Will Wright John Higgins
Margaret Hamilton Sarah Pickett
Esther Somers Mrs. Pegwhistle
Carleton Young Technician
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Additional Details

MPAA Ratings:  Premiere Info:  Los Angeles and New York openings: 29 Aug 1951
Release Date:  1951 Production Date:  EB; AFI*
Color/B&W:  Black and White Distributions Co:  Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.
Sound:  Mono Production Co:  Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.
Duration(mins):  109-110 Country:  United States
Duration(feet):  9,894    
Duration(reels):  12    

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  • WOW I loved this movie!!

    Cindy 2017-11-18

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    Mike McCrann 2016-10-26

    I absolutely love this film. It is one of the most unusual and fascinating films of the 50s and considering the year it was made (1951) quite daring. With... MORE>