The Perfect Woman

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The Perfect Woman
The Perfect Woman FilmPoster.jpeg
Directed by Bernard Knowles
Produced by Alfred Black
George Black
Written by George Black
Bernard Knowles
Starring Patricia Roc
Stanley Holloway
Nigel Patrick
Miles Malleson
Music by Arthur Wilkinson
Cinematography Jack Hildyard
Edited by Peter Graham Scott
Distributed by General Film Distributors - UK
Release date
Running time
87m 42s (UK).
Country United Kingdom
Language English

The Perfect Woman is a 1949 British comedy film directed by Bernard Knowles and written by George Black, Jr and J. B. Boothroyd, based upon a play by Wallace Geoffrey and Basil Mitchell. The sceenplay concerns a scientist who creates a woman in his lab.

Plot summary[edit]

A scientist (Miles Malleson) creates what he considers the perfect woman (Pamela Devis) in his lab. His niece, played by Patricia Roc decides to amuse herself by pretending to be this artificial woman. The plot follows a man who takes a job escorting the woman for a night on the town.[1]


Television version[edit]

The BBC broadcast a live adaptation of the Geoffrey and Mitchell play in the Sunday Night theatre slot on 6 May 1956.


  1. ^ The Perfect Woman: Movie information Retrieved on 23 July 2007

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