The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer1947
The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer (1947)
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as Agnes Prescott
as Judge Treadwell
as Mr. Baldwin
as Anthony Herman
as Maitre d'Hotel
Critic Reviews for The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer
Cary Grant seems stymied in this claustrophobic, essentially misogynistic material, and director Irving Reis isn't the man to pull him out.
Surprisingly, this Cary Grant-Shirley Temple farce won the original screenplay Oscar in a year in which the other nominees included Body and Soul, A Double Life, Monsieur Verdoux and Shoeshine.
It's a film that only could have been made in a more innocent time.
Anachronstic -- if sexist -- fun.
Audience Reviews for The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer
A wonderful cast and a brilliant story. This movie is hilarious and fun. I loved it, and I highly recommend it.
fluffy, enjoyable. perfect for a lazy afternoon.
it was just okay
The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer Quotes
|Richard (Dick) Nugent:||How'd you get in here?|
|Matt Beemish:||Well, the door was closed, so I opened it and came right in.|
|Agnes Prescott:||(Describing Cary Grant's character) Now there's a guy who never goes out of a girl's mind. He just stays there... like a heavy meal.|
|Agnes Prescott:||[describing Cary Grant's character] Now there's a guy who never goes out of a girl's mind. He just stays there... like a heavy meal.|
|Melvin:||What am I like?|
|Agnes Prescott:||Orange juice.|
|Matt Beemish:||I'm the court psychiatrist.|
|Richard (Dick) Nugent:||Come back in an hour. I'll be crazy by then.|