Turnabout Information

Turnabout is a 1940 comedy film directed by Hal Roach and starring Adolphe Menjou, Carole Landis and John Hubbard. Based on the 1931 novel of the same name by Thorne Smith, the screenplay was written by Mickell Novack, Bernie Giler and John McClain with additional dialogue by Rian James.


Tim and Sally Willows (John Hubbard and Carole Landis) are a spoiled well-off couple who constantly bicker and cannot agree on anything. When they both wish they could live what they believe is the easy life of the other, they have their identities switched by an ancient Indian idol.


  • Adolphe Menjou as Phil Manning
  • Carole Landis as Sally Willows
  • John Hubbard as Tim Willows
  • William Gargan as Joel Clare
  • Verree Teasdale as Laura Bannister
  • Mary Astor as Marion Manning
  • Donald Meek as Henry - the Valet
  • Joyce Compton as Irene Clare
  • Inez Courtney as Miss Edwards
  • Franklin Pangborn as Mr. Alan Pingboom
  • Marjorie Main as Nora - the Cook
  • Berton Churchill as Julian Marlowe
  • Margaret Roach as Dixie Gale
  • Ray Turner as Mose
  • Norman Budd as Jimmy
  • Polly Ann Young as Miss Gertie Twill
  • Eleanor Riley as Lorraine
  • Murray Alper as Doc - the Masseur
  • Miki Morita as Ito
  • Yolande Donlan as Marie - the Maid
  • Georges Renavent as Mr. Ram

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