“That Uncertain Feeling” quotes(1941)
Plot – Jill Baker is a happily married woman. One day she goes to a well-known psychoanalyst who deceives her about her marriage with Larry. In the waiting room, she meets Alexander Sebastian, a pianist. The meeting confuses her even more about her marriage. It's up to Larry to get her wife back.
All actors – Merle Oberon, Melvyn Douglas, Burgess Meredith, Alan Mowbray, Olive Blakeney, Harry Davenport, Sig Ruman, Eve Arden, Richard Carle, Mary Currier, Jean Fenwick, Bess Flowersshow all
“That Uncertain Feeling” Quotes 12 quotes
“I probably have too much sympathy for Mr. Brown and not enough patience with Mrs. Brown. We get cases like that every day. The wife is bored; marriage is just a habit. But on the other hand, she accepts everything her husband gives her.”
“Most people know nothing about themselves. Nothing. Their own real personality is a complete stranger to them.”
“Very exciting - being transferred from the business world into the world of art.”
“Success in business is fifty per cent hard work and fifty per cent the right cigar.”
“There's nothing wrong with your marriage. You just have to resell it once in awhile.”
“Husbands expect their wives to keep their figures.”
“I've always heard that the ideal marriage should be something of a mystery. That your husband should remain a kind of stranger to you. Someone whose acquaintance you'd like to renew every day.”
“- Alexander Sebastian: That's almost great.
- Jill Baker: Who painted it?
- Alexander Sebastian: A woman. No man could be so malicious.”
“- Jill Baker: I will not be psycho-analyzed.
- Extra in Ladies Room: That's a very middle-class attitude.
- Jill Baker: I'm a perfectly normal woman.”
“- Dr. Vengard: Whatever comes and whatever goes, there's no denying it worries you a lot. So, please drop all your inhibitions, release your inner-self, and speak freely. What comes and what goes?
- Jill Baker: Hiccups!”
“What I'm trying to do is to introduce you to your inner-self. I want you to get acquainted with yourself. Wouldn't you like to meet you? Don't you want to get to know yourself?”