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Oh, Men! Oh, Women! (1957)

Approved | | Comedy | 23 April 1957 (Sweden)
A bored housewife seeks help from a psychiatrist who also solves his own emotional problems.


Nunnally Johnson




Complete credited cast:
Dan Dailey ... Arthur Turner
Ginger Rogers ... Mildred Turner
David Niven ... Dr. Alan Coles
Tony Randall ... Cobbler
Barbara Rush ... Myra Hagerman
Natalie Schafer ... Mrs. Day
Rachel Stephens Rachel Stephens ... Miss Tacher
John Wengraf ... Dr. Krauss


A bored housewife seeks help from a psychiatrist who also solves his own emotional problems.

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It's all about you know what! [UK] See more »




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David Niven replaced German actor OW Fischer. See more »


Arthur Turner: How do you like that guy? Leaving you alone here with me. Me, the veteran of a thousand slaps. He must figure he's really in solid.
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Referenced in What's My Line?: Mike Todd & Ginger Rogers (1957) See more »

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Oh My!
4 February 2018 | by vert001See all my reviews

It's odd to say it about a film made by Nunnally Johnson, unquestionably one of the finest screenwriters in film history, but the script for OH MEN! OH WOMEN! desperately needed punching up from somebody like Neil Simon. As it stands, we have a psychiatric-based farce which isn't very funny. And when it tries for wisdom, it's considerably worse. Add in Johnson's typically static direction that emphasizes the staginess of the source material and you have a good long slog to get through even the film's relatively modest 90 minute running time. It would have been a disaster without its talented cast: David Niven, for the umpteenth time, gives us that unusual combination of stuffiness, befuddlement and charm that served him so well over his long career. Making his first film appearance, Tony Randall is already the Tony Randall that we would come to love, but in one of her last film appearances, Ginger Rogers is pretty much wasted as a bored wife. Playing her husband, Dan Daily does what he can with a fairly tedious character, and Barbara Rush is better than I expected, though she became more wearing as the movie went on. All in all, the film is an exceptional example of pure mediocrity.

As an aside, possibly the last person in Hollywood who would have actually seen a psychoanalyst in real life (she was a devout Christian Scientist) was Ginger Rogers, yet this was the third movie which saw Ginger's character on a shrink's couch: CAREFREE, LADY IN THE DARK, and OH MEN! OH WOMEN! Unfortunately, the movies deteriorated as the career moved on.

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Release Date:

23 April 1957 (Sweden) See more »

Also Known As:

¡Qué hombres, qué mujeres! See more »

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Twentieth Century Fox See more »
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| (FMC Library Print)

Sound Mix:

4-Track Stereo (Westrex Recording System)


Color (Color by Deluxe)

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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