Woman Chases Man

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This early feminist tale was a box-office flop that was released after years of script doctoring. Producer Samuel Goldwyn insisted that the story be made into film, because he wanted to pair his romantic stars Joel McCrea and Miriam Hopkins for a fifth time. Hopkins plays Virginia Travis, an architect who is chafing at the gender bias keeping her career in check. She approaches an aging, inept real estate developer, B.J. Nolan (Charles Winninger), promising to turn his latest suburban housing project into a winner. But Nolan is in debt, and his millionaire son Kenneth (McCrea) won't loan him any money. Virginia recruits two movie theater ushers to pose as the elder Nolan's servants in order to convince Kenneth that his dad is on the road to success. Virginia must also defeat Nina Tennyson (Leona Maricle), an attractive woman who is after Kenneth's money. Virginia gets Kenneth drunk and then has him sign a contract that will rescue the housing development. As they transact business, they fall in love.


Miriam Hopkins
as Virginia Travis
Joel McCrea
as Kenneth Nolan
Erik Rhodes
as Henri Saffran
Ella Logan
as Judy Williams
Leona Maricle
as Nina Tennyson
Broderick Crawford
as Hunk Williams
George Chandler
as Taxi Driver
Alan Bridge
as Process Server
Monte Vandergrift
as Process Server
Al Bridge
as Process Server
Jack Baxley
as Process Server
Walter Soderling
as Process Server
Rychard Cramer
as Second Subway Man
Al K. Hall
as Man in Subway
Dick Cramer
as Man in Subway
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  • Sep 05, 2010
    This is a funny movie. It's not one of the best, but still it's worth watching.
    Aj V Super Reviewer

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