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The Feminine Touch

The Feminine Touch(1941)

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  • Fun & Witty

    • Pasera
    • 3/19/14

    What else do you get with Rosalind Russell? She is quick on her toes like Catherine Hepburn but so much more fun to watch. I enjoyed this easy simple comedy about marriage and jealousy and found it too humorous. The cast was perfect with Don Ameche, Kay Francis, Van Heflin and Donald Meek. Too bad it's not available on DVD.

  • Francis and Heflin steal the show!

    • Allie
    • 8/26/12

    Although a bit hammy at times Van Heflin and Kay Francis scenes together are really funny. Enjoyable

  • A DELIGHTFUL MOVIE WITH EXCELLENT PERFORMANCES!

    • MARLENE
    • 8/22/12

    I FOUND THIS MOVIE TO BE AN ABSOLUTELY DELIGHTFUL MOVIE! THERE WERE NOT TOO MANY FUNNY MOMENTS, BUT THERE WERE ENOUGH FUNNY MOMENTS TO MAKE IT A VERY ENJOYABLE MOVIE! THE BEST PART WAS THE EXCELLENT ACTING BY THE FOUR LEADING PLAYERS-ROSALIND RUSSELL, DON AMECHE, VAN HEFLIN, AND KAY FRANCIS, BUT EVEN MINOR ROLES BY HENRY DANIELL, SIDNEY BLACKMER, GRANT MITCHELL, DONALD MEEK, AND GORDON JONES WERE PLAYED EXCELLENTLY! I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS MOVIE!

  • You must see "The Feminine Touch"

    • Carole
    • 8/12/11

    This movie is a must-see if you like romantic comedies! The writing, especially the dialogue is clever and funny, understandably, since one of the writers is Ogden Nash. The Feminine Touch moves at the fast pace of the best romantic comedies and the performances are terrific. Don Ameche and Rosalind Russell have a marvelous chemistry, Kay Francis is clever and sophisticated, and a young Van Heflin shows a flair for comedy. Donald Meek is hilarious as captain Makepeace Liveright, as usual, making a wonderful character out of a small part. Anyone I have shown this movie to has laughed as much as I have, and my husband and I watch it whenever we want to see a movie that makes you laugh out loud, but is witty and has a real story. The problem of jealousy that is the heart of the story is never really resolved, so the viewer must make up his or her own mind. (A good excuse to see the movie more than once.)

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