Movie People Will Talk (1951)

Watched 20131201 (Netflix, Instant)
People Will Talk (1951) Joseph L. Mankiewicz. 110 min

Dr. Noah Praetorius (Cary Grant) and Deborah Higgins (Jeanne Crain)
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People Will Talk (IMDb.com)
People Will Talk (Wikipedia.org)
People Will Talk (RottenTomatoes.com)

20131201:
[20131226]
I love the characters in this movie. Moreover, I also liked the plot, maybe because it behaves a bit like a mystery. Overall, I plain enjoy the movie and would recommend this to anybody who enjoys a good romance.

Dr. Praetorius show the class the cadaver.
Mr. Shunderson (Finlay Currie) stands nearby.
Instant Comments:
Haha, "You overestimate both of us."
Haha. This movie has quite a deal of humor (at least within the first six minutes).
Ha. He's so casual about it. "You're pregnant."
Ha. "I can't speak with as much assurance as I usually do, because you just called me a pompous know it all."

Professor Barker (left) and Dr. Praetorious (right).
Heh, how convoluted and dramatic.
And it gets even mroe so! (boom!)
Mr. Shunderson, the man that accompanies Dr. Praetorious most everywhere.
"What a mess."
"Let's see it before its all written off."

Deborah tells Professor Rodney Elwell (Hume Cronyn) off.
"I can't give you symptoms. Its love, not measles."
Ludwig.
Hehe. She saw right through him.
Hahahaha. "Beep beep beep." "Beep beep." It was amazing that it took a while for the trains to crash. What grown children.


"[...] when you're really only nine years old."
"Love" in this movie is confusing, haha.
"Then why ask idiotic questions to which you already know the answers?"
Hahaha. "You be quiet!"
Fabulous movie.

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