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That Uncertain Feeling (17-Apr-1941)

Director: Ernst Lubitsch

Writers: Donald Ogden Stewart; Walter Reisch

From a play: Divorçons by Victorien Sardou and Emile de Najac

Music by: Werner R. Heymann

Producer: Ernst Lubitsch

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

Successful attorney Larry Baker is married to Jill Baker, though over the years the marriage has faded; she finds his odd habits particularly irritating. Jill visits a psychoanalyst, where in the waiting room she meets pianist Alexander Sebastian, and takes a fancy to. Merle Oberon is perfect in her role; Melvyn Douglas and Burgess Meredith are somewhat miscast in theirs. Received an Oscar nomination for Best Dramatic Score.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Eve Arden
Actor
30-Apr-1908 12-Nov-1990 The Eve Arden Show
Harry Davenport
Actor
19-Jan-1866 9-Aug-1949 Gone with the Wind
Melvyn Douglas
Actor
5-Apr-1901 4-Aug-1981 Being There
Burgess Meredith
Actor
16-Nov-1908 9-Sep-1997 Rocky and Grumpy Old Men
Alan Mowbray
Actor
18-Aug-1896 25-Mar-1969 Founding member, Screen Actors Guild
Merle Oberon
Actor
19-Feb-1911 23-Nov-1979 Wuthering Heights
Sig Ruman
Actor
11-Oct-1884 14-Feb-1967 Stalag 17

CAST

Starring
Merle Oberon   ...   Jill
Melvyn Douglas   ...   Larry
with
Burgess Meredith   ...   Sebastian
Alan Mowbray   ...   Dr. Vengard
Olive Blakeney   ...   Margie
Harry Davenport   ...   Jones (attorney)
Sig Ruman   ...   Kafka
Eve Arden   ...   Sally (secretary)
Richard Carle   ...   Albert (butler)

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