Her Husband's Affairs

Her Husband's Affairs

Unable to keep her nose out of his affairs, Margaret Weldon (Lucille Ball) is always trying to help her ad-man husband, Bill (Franchot Tone). Inspired by previous success, the meddling Margaret dives in to help when an eccentric crackpot inventor seeks Bill's help in promoting a miracle embalming fluid.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:84 minutes
  • Release:1947
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:scientist,   hair,  

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Her Husband's Affairs torrent reviews

Peter M (us) wrote: A great cast but they are unfortunatly wasted with a lack of development and depth some barely have more than two or three lines in the entire movie. I Personally thought the ending was quite a let down.

Angie F (fr) wrote: Beautiful animation, although the typical teenage high school romance is a little cliched

Tristin M (fr) wrote: Everyone should see this movie. It shows part of American politics that the media has ignored. It is an inspiring view of the courage that some of our politicians have to stand up for the rights of Americans.

Christopher B (kr) wrote: Excellent retelling and updating of the classic Thai ghost story Nang Nak. A large portion of the film deals with the chaos the ghost causes in the complex it's living in, and unlike Nang Nak, the love story here is far from pure love. Plus, above all, it's quite fun and the tragedy plays fairly well too.

Paul M (mx) wrote: Guilty pleasure. I love it, but it's all kinds of corny and clichd.. haha

Peter C (ag) wrote: My favorite 90s action movie ever. Great one liners, cgi that looks better than today cg, and a impossible to recreate Atmosphere!!!!!!!! Go Arnny

Linda I (mx) wrote: LOL comedy. The Australians are just so good at these. I think this might just have to be added to my list of favourite ever movies. Awesome!

Scott S (mx) wrote: Friendly Persuasion (1956) -- [8.5] -- A fine film from director William Wyler about an Indiana Quaker family trying hard to keep their pacifist faith while the Civil War creeps up on their doorstep. The screenplay makes the period setting completely accessible, skillfully blending comedy and drama with character and substance. I quickly invested in the family, especially Gary Cooper as the father, a man who enjoys horse racing his neighbor to church on Sunday mornings. Dorothy McGuire is beautiful and endearing as his stalwart wife, and Anthony Perkins makes a memorable turn as their oldest son. I enjoyed the idyllic country setting and the family's innocent escapades. There's a great sequence where father and son travel to a widow's home to trade horses. The widow, played by Marjorie Main (best known as Ma Kettle) has three man-hungry daughters, who corner poor frightened Perkins like lions ready to pounce a gazelle. The second half of the movie gets more serious, especially when Perkins goes against his faith to join the war effort. When his horse returns home without him, Cooper is pressed to make the hardest decision of his life. Even mother's faith is tested when raiders threaten the beloved family goose. "Friendly Persuasion" is an anti-war film, and an earnest one. Since the Quakers are raised with reverence for human life, it's very interesting to see what happens when they're pressed to aim weapons. The results make for compelling storytelling. The film was Oscar-nominated for best picture, director, adapted screenplay, and supporting actor (Anthony Perkins).

Larry Y (au) wrote: A few fiends are in it so maybe I'll check it out