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  • Overall, I like The Feminine Touch, a classic movie from 1941

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      Overall, I like The Feminine Touch, a classic movie from 1941. It’s a bit of a comedy with dramatic undertones. Rosalind Russell stars as Julie Hathaway, the wife of an aspiring author, who is preparing his manuscript about jealousy and how wrong it is. Don Ameche co-stars as

      Prof. John Hathaway, and he’s a hoot.

      Russell’s wifely character intellectually agrees with her husband’s views, but she’s a woman who would love her husband to get a little jealous from time to time. When he doesn’t, she ends up feeling bad for wanting him to be jealous. It’s really a ...


      • neat little gimmick that works very well.

        Also appearing in The Feminine Touch are Kay Francis as Nellie Woods, who works for Van Heflin’s Elliott Morgan, a publisher who wants to put out Hathaway’s book. He’s a devout bachelor who falls for Julie, creating a stir for everyone but the professor,

        who just doesn’t have a jealous bone in his body, or does he? That’s the real question.

        This is one of the few times I’ve seen Heflin do such comedy. He was pretty good, I must admit. Russell is fantastic, though, and should get the main credit for pulling this movie through.




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