Margaret, an adopted young girl about to marry a young physician, Robert Benson, learns that she was born in prison and that her real mother, a convict, has just died there. A blackmailer gains possession of this information and tries to make Benson pay for his silence, but Benson throws the man out of his office. The extortionist goes to the hospital where Benson works and an older doctor tries to make Benson withdraw his acceptance of a nomination to an important medical appointment. Written by
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Lambert Hillyer directed his 161st movie in 1949. He then retired. A few years later, however, he surfaced on TV a medium for which he was ideally suited. He could shoot fast and competently but had little imagination. "Should a Girl Marry?" is a cut below his usual standard. The players enunciate their lines audibly and with reasonable felicity, but that's about all you can say. The story is nothing much and has little action. The movie was obviously produced on a skinflint budget. As said, the acting does not impress either, although everyone says their lines so clearly that you can hear every superfluous word which is something you can't say about many of today's crop of motion picture thespians. Available on a reasonably good Alpha DVD.
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