Woman's World 1954

A Woman's World

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In order to select the new general manager of his auto company, Ernest Gifford (Clifton Webb) summons three strong candidates to New York, along with their wives. While Sidney (Fred MacMurray) and Elizabeth Burns (Lauren Bacall) have a strained relationship, Bill Baxter (Cornel Wilde) and his wife, Katie (June Allyson), are earnest and down-to-earth. Rounding out the competitors is the poised Jerry Talbot (Van Heflin), whose uncouth spouse, Carol (Arlene Dahl), threatens to derail his chances.

Cast & Crew

Clifton Webb
Ernest Gifford
June Allyson
Katie Baxter
Van Heflin
Jerry Talbot
Lauren Bacall
Elizabeth Burns
Arlene Dahl
Carol Talbot
Cornel Wilde
Bill Baxter
Elliott Reid
Tony Andrews
Margalo Gillmore
Mrs. Evelyn Andrews
Alan Reed
Tomaso
Claude Binyon
Screenwriter
Russel Crouse
Screenwriter
Howard Lindsay
Screenwriter
Mary Loos
Screenwriter
Cyril J. Mockridge
Original Music
Joseph MacDonald
Cinematographer
Lyle R. Wheeler
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Critic Reviews for Woman's World

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  • Ultrapassado e machista, este filme seria totalmente descartvel caso no contasse com um senso de humor leve e ingnuo para os padres atuais.

    June 8, 2004 | Rating: 3/5

Audience Reviews for Woman's World

  • May 10, 2008
    Stylish, ultra glamorous drama with a light touch. As delicious as a box of chocolates without the guilt afterward, Everyone is good but Betty Bacall wraps it up with a sharp edged portrait of a corporate wife who has built a tough exterior to protect herself but still has a good heart. Clifton Webb is an upper crust delight!
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