Meoto zenzai is a 1955 black-and-white Japanese film drama directed by Shirō Toyoda and starring Morishige Hisaya and Awashima Chikage. It is an adaptation of the 1940 novel of the same name by Sakunosuke Oda. It tells the story of a couple, a spoiled son and a down-to-earth girl, in Osaka in the early Showa era. The film won the prestigious Blue Ribbon awards for best director, best actor (Morishige) and best actress (Awashima), and the Mainichi Concours award for best actor and best screenplay. It ranked second on the Kinema Junpō top ten films for the year.