People Will Talk
People Will Talk (1951)

People Will Talk was less a movie than a conduit for the genteel liberalism of screenwriter/director Joseph M. Mankiewicz. Cary Grant plays Dr. Praetorius, an unorthodox medical professor at a sedate midwestern college who seems more… More

Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: August 29, 1951
DVD Release Date: January 6, 2004
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Dennis Schwartz
Ozus' World Movie Reviews

Mankiewicz's chatty and dyspeptic liberal response to Senator McCarthy's witch hunting days.

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Ken Hanke
Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)

Brilliant, brilliantly subversive anti-McCarthy comedy

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Kevin M. Williams
An unusual Grant film, as he plays an unorthodox doctor (one who cares about his patients with a capital "C"), filled less with comedy than with… More
Aj V
A very touching drama and a funny comedy. Plus is stars Cary Grant in another great humorous role. I liked this movie, and if you're a fan of Grant,… More
Jim Hunter
A doctor treats and loves a pregnant woman amid scandals about the morality of his past. Predictable but charming, Joseph L. Mankiewicz once again proves why… More
Jennifer D
What a bizarre film. No, really. The first time I tried to watch it, I gave up about 30 minutes in. I tried again and got through it but was man, it was… More
Spencer S.
A film that is less about the comedic prowess of the incomparable Cary Grant or even about the semblance of a plot, and more of a political and moral tale that… More
Randy Tippy
Delightfully off-beat Cary Grant comedy that's a little risque and completely unpredictable. Anyone who tells you that they saw this ending coming is… More