Dan Bellows finds former stage star Joyce Heath a penniless drunk and takes her to his Connecticut home for rehabilitation. Unaware that she is married to Gordon, he asks his fiancée Gail to free him and offers to sponsor Joyce in a play. When Gordon refuses to give Joyce a divorce, she runs the car into a tree crippling him for life. Joyce urges Dan return to Gail, opens her play, and begs Gordon for forgiveness. Written by
Ed Stephan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Did You Know?
Though Bette Davis
was very proud of the Oscar she won for this film, she didn't think she deserved it that year - in her opinion, Katharine Hepburn
should have won for Alice Adams
(1935). Davis always thought she won as compensation for not even being nominated for her star-making performance in Of Human Bondage
(1934) the previous year. See more
And just where DID I arrive, if I'm not asking you to betray a confidence?
This is Mr. Bellows' place. He's an architect - one of them fellows that draws pictures.
Thank You. And I suppose you're Mrs. Bellows, or are you just one of his sketches?
Nope. I'm his housekeeper, for when he comes down here weekends.
Music by Allie Wrubel See more