Marion is a factory worker who hopes to trade the assembly line, for a beautiful penthouse apartment. Mark Whitney, a wealthy and influential lawyer can make her dreams come true, but there is only one problem, he will give her everything but a marriage proposal. Will this affair ever lead to marriage? Written by
[From the train]
Have a drink?
[Marian begins to leave]
Aw, don't go away. Looking out? Wrong Way! Get in and look out.
Marian Martin, aka Mrs. Moreland:
[There is a gate blocking access to the train steps]
Get in where? Oh, here?
Oh, anywhere... just in. Only rwo kinds of people... the ones in and the ones out.
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Has anyone really noticed that Joan Crawford sings in this movie??? And she's really pretty good! I have to admit that I like Joan Crawford movies...even the bad ones. But to see her sing!!! You have to hand it to her, she really did work very hard to make herself into Joan Crawford... And she sings in English, French AND German!!! Quite a nice little movie here.... Clark Gable is gorgeous and luscious of course, and there are a bunch of supporting players who really became quite famous back then.
I love old movies!! A good story with interesting characters and beautiful mise-en-scene.
Try it! You'll like it! And it's worth it just to see Joan Crawford sing!
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