|Directed by||Alexander Hall|
|Produced by||Robert Arthur|
|Screenplay by||Stanley Roberts|
|Music by||Frank Skinner|
|Edited by||Milton Carruth|
|Distributed by||Universal Pictures|
|Box office||$1.4 million|
Louisa is a 1950 American comedy film directed by Alexander Hall starring Ronald Reagan, Charles Coburn, Ruth Hussey, Edmund Gwenn and Spring Byington. It was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Sound (Leslie I. Carey).
Grandma Louisa (Spring Byington) begins dating grocer Henry Hammond (Edmund Gwenn), much to the disgust of her son Hal (Ronald Reagan) and the rest of the family. To make matters worse, Hal’s boss, Mr. Burnside (Charles Coburn), also becomes a rival for Louisa’s affections.
- Ronald Reagan as Hal Norton
- Charles Coburn as Abel Burnside
- Ruth Hussey as Meg Norton
- Edmund Gwenn as Henry Hammond
- Spring Byington as Louisa Norton
- Piper Laurie as Cathy Norton
- Scotty Beckett as Jimmy Blake
- Jimmy Hunt as Chris Norton
- Connie Gilchrist as Housekeeper Gladys
- Willard Waterman as Dick Stewart
- Marjorie Crossland as Lil Stewart
- Martin Milner as Bob Stewart
- Terry Frost as Stacy Walker
- Dave Willock as Joe Collins
- "Top Grosses of 1950". Variety. January 3, 1951. p. 58.
- "The 23rd Academy Awards (1951) Nominees and Winners". oscars.org. Retrieved 2011-08-19.
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