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Charles Irwin as 2nd Detective. Matt McHugh as Sam. Julie Warren as Dorothy. Betty Brewer as Sally. Ilene Brewer as Sally Little Girl. Regis Toomey as 1st Policeman. Pat Moriarity as 2nd Policeman. September 18, Full Review…. December 30, Full Review…. February 20, Rating: B- Full Review…. View All Critic Reviews 7. Sep 19, Talk about your hidden treasures! This film is under the radar for one reason only: character actors Charles Coburn and Spring Byington step from behind the shadow of the leads and take a bite out of the script themselves, and man, what a bite.
Not to say that Jean Arthur and Robert Cummings don't do their part, because they do, but the emphasis here is on the old folks for a change, and its a refreshing change.
There's also a scene on Coney Island, back when it was the shizzle, and its a wonderful scene for warmly placing you there in the midst of a steaming humanity all trying to cool off. There's a Caprasque story impetus about the problems of the rich versus the poor, along with some liberal solutions to those problems, but what's really nice is about watching folks who are past redemption finding it at the most unexpected time of life. Hope for everyone here. Too bad its only a movie. Kevin M.
W Super Reviewer. Sep 05, A very cool movie, I think all our corporation owners and top people should follow the main character's example in this movie. I highly recommend this film. Aj V Super Reviewer. Aug 11, The adaptation starred Lana Turner.
In Ross announced he wanted to make the film as a musical for his then wife Joan Caulfield. However it was not made. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Not to be confused with the pornographic film The Devil in Miss Jones. Theatrical release poster.
American Film Institute. Retrieved April 13, Turner Classic Movies. It has a cinematic proficiency 'Deep Throat' lacks and it also has pretensions to a plot. But the plot is still a wraparound for the gymnastics, the appeal is to the hard-core audience and you have the feeling that what is needed is not a review but a second opinion from Masters and Johnson or any competent physiologist.
William Friedkin has called it a "great film", partly because it was one of the few porn films with a proper storyline. Dialogue was heavily sampled on a track called "The Teacher" by electronic outfit Wave Mechanics in on the Oh'Zone label - the label who first released the acid house classic " Chime " by British electronic music pioneers Orbital before it became a crossover hit in the UK.
This latest revision has been repackaged and supposedly has the best picture and audio quality of any original Devil In Miss Jones release. The DVDs contain the remastered feature, audio commentary with director Gerard Damiano , a lengthy in-depth interview with Georgina Spelvin, the original trailer, the cable TV version, and a photo gallery. A satirical take-off on the original, its title track was sung by Johnny Hartman.
Kevin James had a non-performing role. Bradley and Kevin James. Georgina Spelvin, the star of the original film, then nearly 70 years old,  took a non-sexual role as a cleaning woman and mentor to the new Miss Jones. While not considered part of the Devil in Miss Jones series by some, this movie nevertheless is a sequel in which Quinn plays Amanda Jones, who, in limbo after death, must choose between the devil Jeremy and an angel West.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Not to be confused with the comedy film The Devil and Miss Jones , of which it is a mockbuster. In The Impatient Years , he played Arthur's father.
Given their natural rapport here, it's hard not to see why they were cast opposite each other again. Colorado-born Spring Byington started her acting career in Denver at the age of fourteen, touring throughout the U. Her film debut was as the mother in the version of Little Women.
She worked with Charles Coburn again in Louisa Other highlights of The Devil and Miss Jones are Sam Wood's precisely realized direction and William Cameron Menzies' production design, evident from the clever credit sequence in which Coburn and Arthur appear as "the Devil" and an angel, respectively.
The opening scene, in which a series of business executive types emerge from limousines to visit Merrick at his mansion, is just one example of how well Wood uses camera placement, mise-en-scene and repeated actions for comic effect. The impossibly lavish, intricately worked design of Merrick's mansion and the soullessly modernistic department store contribute much to the atmosphere without stealing attention away from the performances.
Not surprisingly, The Devil and Miss Jones was warmly received by the critics upon its initial release. Jean Arthur was evidently fond of this particular film; in it was reported in Variety that she was planning a remake in which she would play the "Devil"; this time the film was to have been entitled "The Devil and Mr.
Closed Captioning. I pay you a great deal to take care. I haven't had my photograph in a newspaper in 20 years. Who could have gone to all the trouble of finding out. I own this piddly investment? Our detective will ferret the whole. If you care to speak with him He'll show you this is a simple little disturbance.
The Boston Tea Party was a little disturbance. There's a detective here for you to interview. What progress have you made, Higgins? I uh, I've gotten a job in the store. Nobody in the whole store knows. I'm a detective except the personnel head.
Not even the general manager.The New Devil in Miss Jones Synopsis. Savanna needs a favor from the Devil, but first must surrender herself before going down in flames. Read Full Synopsis Cast + Crew Previous Cast Members More Cast Members. See Full Cast + Crew for The New Devil in Miss Jones Features.