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Louisa

Released Aug 1, 1950 1h 30m Romance Comedy List
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Successful architect Hal Norton (Ronald Reagan) urges his elderly, widowed mother, Louisa (Spring Byington), to find something to do besides tormenting his wife (Ruth Hussey), son (Jimmy Hunt) and teen daughter (Piper Laurie). But soon the Norton household is turned upside down when Louisa starts dating the grocer (Edmund Gwenn). Then things become much worse when Hal's boss, Abel Burnside (Charles Coburn), becomes smitten with Louisa as well, resulting in an intense love triangle. Read More Read Less

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Virginia Graham The Spectator Unexpectedly enjoyable... is Louisa, a comedy concerning, of all things, the love-life of a grandmother. Jun 19, 2018 Full Review Read all reviews
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Synopsis Successful architect Hal Norton (Ronald Reagan) urges his elderly, widowed mother, Louisa (Spring Byington), to find something to do besides tormenting his wife (Ruth Hussey), son (Jimmy Hunt) and teen daughter (Piper Laurie). But soon the Norton household is turned upside down when Louisa starts dating the grocer (Edmund Gwenn). Then things become much worse when Hal's boss, Abel Burnside (Charles Coburn), becomes smitten with Louisa as well, resulting in an intense love triangle.
Director
Alexander Hall
Producer
Robert Arthur
Distributor
Universal Pictures
Production Co
Universal/Universal Int
Genre
Romance, Comedy
Original Language
English
Release Date (Theaters)
Aug 1, 1950, Original
Runtime
1h 30m