|Obliging Young Lady|
|Directed by||Richard Wallace|
|Screenplay by|| Frank Ryan |
|Story by||Arthur T. Horman|
|Produced by||Howard Benedict|
|Starring|| Joan Carroll |
|Edited by||Henry Berman|
|Music by||Roy Webb|
|Distributed by||RKO Radio Pictures|
|30 January 1942|
Obliging Young Lady is a 1942 American romantic comedy film directed by Richard Wallace and starring Joan Carroll, Edmond O'Brien, Ruth Warrick.   
On the instructions of their lawyer, the wealthy young daughter of divorcing parents (Joan Carroll) is removed to a mountain resort, complete with a decoy mother, to protect her from the publicity. The situation is immediately complicated by persistent reporters, a romantic interest for the fake mother, and a convention of birdwatchers.
The film lost $118,000 at the box office. 
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