The Perfect Woman is a comedy, 1949 British film directed by Bernard Knowles and written by George Black, Jr and J. B. Boothroyd, based upon a play by Wallace Geoffrey and Basil Mitchell. A scientist creates what he considers the perfect woman in his lab. His niece, played by Patricia Roc decides to amuse herself by pretending to be this artificial woman. The plot follows a man who takes a job escorting the woman for a night on the town.