Who Was That Lady?

Who Was That Lady?

In order to get back into the good graces with his wife with whom he has had a misunderstanding, a young chemistry professor concocts a wild story that he is an undercover FBI agent. To help him with his story he enlists the aid of a friend who is a TV writer. The wife swallows the story and the film's climax takes place in the sub-basements of the Empire State Building. The professor and his friend, believing themselves prisoners on an enemy submarine, patriotically try to scuttle the vessel and succeed only in rocking the building.

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Who Was That Lady? torrent reviews

Ryan G (mx) wrote: Good for a horror movie, but an unappealing ending. Descent cast and some interesting moments.

Krysiek R (nl) wrote: I was entertained. Good action movie with intriguing story until its very end.

Dena S (ag) wrote: It has a nice story.

andy l (jp) wrote: unknown film staring two of the greats. seen it once,love to get a copy. see it if you get the chance.

Tom M (de) wrote: A stowaway brings plague to New Orleans. Richard Widmark and Paul Douglas are the doctor and cop who must stop an epidemic. They are opposites who earn each other's grudging respect before the movie's end, which probably wasn't quite the cliche back then that it is now. Kazan is a master of pacing, a superb director of actors, and has a wonderful eye for detail, all of which help compensate for what would otherwise be a pretty run-of-the-mill thriller. Jack Palance's performance as a psycho gangster nearly steals the movie; best psycho gangster since Widmark's turn as Tommy Udo in Kiss of Death, perhaps. Zero Mostel is great as Palance's toady. Not a classic, but worth a watch.

ChrisPC123 (br) wrote: magical loved every second of it. a true old school style classic that very few match in this era.

Matthew M (fr) wrote: Still one of the funniest Christmas movies ever made, well acted, well written, and nostalgic to the bone.