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    Humorous poet Ogden Nash co-wrote The Feminine Touch (1941) with Don Ameche as an expert on jealousy who has his theories tested when his publisher goes after his wife.

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Feminine Touch, The -- (Original Trailer)
Feminine Touch, The
Feminine Touch, The -- (Original Trailer)
Humorous poet Ogden Nash co-wrote The Feminine Touch (1941) with Don Ameche as an expert on jealousy who has his theories tested when his publisher goes after his wife.>
Feminine Touch, The (1941) -- (Movie Clip) He...
Professor John Hathaway (Don Ameche), who lost his job for...
Feminine Touch, The (1941) -- (Movie...
Feminine Touch, The (1941) -- (Movie Clip) He Can't Help Being Smart
Professor John (Don Ameche), who lost his job for refusing to give passing grades to athletes, and wife Julie (Rosalind Russell) arrive at a New York publishing house to pitch his scholarly book on jealousy, and meet Kay Francis as the eager Miss Woods, in The Feminine Touch, 1941. >
Feminine Touch, The (1941) -- (Movie Clip) I Adore...
At a New York literary party, Julie (Rosalind Russell) is...
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Feminine Touch, The (1941) -- (Movie Clip) I Adore Difficult Women
At a New York literary party, Julie (Rosalind Russell) is turning heads, approached by Sidney Blackmer, Henry Daniell and Van Heflin as publisher and host Morgan, who’s considering a book about jealousy, offered by her ex-professor husband John (Don Ameche), in The Feminine Touch, 1941. >
Feminine Touch, The (1941) -- (Movie Clip) If...
Jock Rubberlegs (Gordon Jones), growing a beard with the...
Feminine Touch, The (1941) -- (Movie...
Feminine Touch, The (1941) -- (Movie Clip) If Gorillas Had Puppies
Jock Rubberlegs (Gordon Jones), growing a beard with the rest of the team, seized the chance to pick up Julie Hathaway (Rosalind Russell), wife of his professor John (Don Ameche), who was summoned by the dean, and who’s writing a book on jealousy, early in The Feminine Touch, 1941. >
Michael Phillips Intro -- The Feminine Touch...
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Michael Phillips Intro -- The Feminine Touch (1941)
Guest host Michael Phillips introduces The Feminine Touch, 1941. >
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