Who Was That Lady?

Who Was That Lady? (1960)

A light-hearted leer at love among the adults!

  • Genre: Comedy, Romance
  • Release Date: 1960-04-08
  • User Rating: 6.2/10 from 28 ratings
  • Runtime: 1h 55min
  • Language: English
  • Production Company: Columbia Pictures
  • Production Country: United States of America
  • Director: George Sidney
star 6.2/10
From 28 Ratings
6.6

Summary

In order to get back into the good graces with his wife with whom he has had a misunderstanding, a young chemistry professor concocts a wild story that he is an undercover FBI agent. To help him with his story he enlists the aid of a friend who is a TV writer. The wife swallows the story and the film's climax takes place in the sub-basements of the Empire State Building. The professor and his friend, believing themselves prisoners on an enemy submarine, patriotically try to scuttle the vessel and succeed only in rocking the building.

Who Was That Lady? Trailer

Is Who Was That Lady? on Netflix?

Is Who Was That Lady? on Netflix? Unfortunately the movie Who Was That Lady? is not yet available on Netflix. Follow us on Facebook to see when Who Was That Lady? becomes available on Netflix!

  • Tony Curtis

    as David Wilson
  • Dean Martin

    as Michael Haney
  • Janet Leigh

    as Ann Wilson
  • James Whitmore

    as Harry Powell
  • John McIntire

    as Bob Doyle
  • Barbara Nichols

    as Gloria Coogle
  • Larry Keating

    as Parker
  • Larry Storch

    as Orenov
  • Simon Oakland

    as Belka
  • Joi Lansing

    as Florence Coogle
  • Barbara Hines

    as Foreign Exchange Student
  • Marion Javits

    as Miss Mellish
  • Mike Lane

    as Glinka
  • Larri Thomas

    as Girl
  • Dyanne Thorne

    as Sexy Woman
  • Kam Tong

    as Lee Wong
  • Larri Thomas

    as Pinup Girl
  • Emil Sitka

    as Man with Flower Pot
  • Jack Benny

    as Mr. Cosgrove
  • Mark Allen

    as Joe Bendix (uncredited)
  • Leon Alton

    as Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
  • Jack Benny

    as Mr. Cosgrove (uncredited)
  • Larry J. Blake

    as Tenant (uncredited)
  • William Boyett

    as Howard (uncredited)
  • Wally Brown

    as Irate Man on Telephone (uncredited)
  • Boyd Cabeen

    as Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
  • Alan Carney

    as Building Superintendent (uncredited)
  • George Ford

    as Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
  • Art Gilmore

    as Television Announcer (uncredited)
  • Joe Gray

    as Undetermined Role (uncredited)
  • Ron Hayes

    as F.B.I. Man (uncredited)
  • Bert Madrid

    as Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
  • Harold Miller

    as Military Officer (uncredited)
  • George Nardelli

    as Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
  • William Newell

    as Schultz (uncredited)
  • William H. O'Brien

    as Passenger Exiting Elevator (uncredited)
  • Murray Pollack

    as Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
  • Harry 'Snub' Pollard

    as Tattoo Artist (uncredited)
  • Fred Rapport

    as Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
  • Frank J. Scannell

    as Tenant (uncredited)
  • Scott Seaton

    as Observer on Street (uncredited)
  • Emil Sitka

    as Man with Flower Pot (uncredited)
  • Rudy Solari

    as FBI Man at Empire State Building (uncredited)
  • Larri Thomas

    as Girl (uncredited)
  • Peter M. Thompson

    as F.B.I. Man (uncredited)
  • Dyanne Thorne

    as Bit Role (uncredited)
  • Kam Tong

    as Lee Wong (uncredited)
  • Arthur Tovey

    as Guard Exiting Elevator (uncredited)
  • John Ward

    as Gibson (uncredited)
  • Herbert Winters

    as Man Outside Chinese Restaurant (uncredited)
Directing George Sidney Director
Writing Norman Krasna Theatre Play
Writing Norman Krasna Writer
Camera Harry Stradling Sr. Director of Photography
Sound André Previn Original Music Composer
Production Norman Krasna Producer
Editing Viola Lawrence Editor
Sound James Z. Flaster Sound
Costume & Make-Up Helen Hunt Hairstylist
Directing David Silver Assistant Director
Art James Crowe Set Decoration
Costume & Make-Up Jean Louis Costume Design
Costume & Make-Up Ben Lane Makeup Supervisor
Art Ted Haworth Art Direction
Sound Charles J. Rice Recording Supervision
Sound Julian Davidson Music Editor
Crew Bob Herron Stunts

keyboard_arrow_up