Just like a Woman (1967 film)

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Just Like a Woman
"Just Like a Woman" (1967).jpg
British quad poster
Directed by Robert Fuest
Produced by Bob Kellett (as Robert Kellett)
Written by Robert Fuest
Starring Wendy Craig
Francis Matthews
John Wood
Music by Kenny Napper
Cinematography Billy Williams
Edited by Jack Slade
Dormar Productions Limited
Distributed by Monarch Film Corporation (UK)
Release date
26 February 1967 (UK)
Running time
89 mins.
Country United Kingdom
Language English

Just like a Woman is a 1967 British comedy film written and directed by Robert Fuest and starring Wendy Craig, Francis Matthews, Dennis Price and Clive Dunn.[1] The film's plot follows a wealthy couple who work in the entertainment industry and decide to separate, but soon begin to miss each other.[2]


Critical reception[edit]

In the Radio Times, David Parkinson wrote, "Craig here reveals the comic flair that enabled her to become the epitome of scatty domesticity in sitcoms like Not in Front of the Children and Butterflies. Fuest's script strives too hard to be offbeat, however, notably in the creation of a goose-stepping interior designer."[3]


  1. ^ "Just Like a Woman". BFI. 
  2. ^ "Just Like a Woman (1967) - Trailers, Reviews, Synopsis, Showtimes and Cast - AllMovie". AllMovie. 
  3. ^ David Parkinson. "Just like a Woman". RadioTimes. 

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