Sandra and Pete elope but their marriage is invalid since she's not yet divorced. Sandra is, however, pregnant by Pete. Pete marries his former fiancée Maggie, then flies to South America where his plane crashes. Maggie pays Sandra to let her adopt Pete's baby. Pete returns "from the dead". Sandra and Maggie contend for Pete and the baby. Written by
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Sometimes there's a terrible penalty for telling the truth.
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When Pete returns from seeing his lawyer, early in the film, he finds Sandra's agent in the living room listening to her latest recording. This is an excerpt from the first movement of the Piano Concerto No 4 in D minor by Anton Rubinstein, a great rarity and certainly not recorded by anyone else in 1941. It was possibly chosen by Max Steiner because it was no longer in copyright, but whatever the reason, it was a most unusual and sophisticated choice. See more
Maggie's hair changes length from one shot to another, sometimes reaching her shoulders, sometimes tightly framing her face. See more
"If I didn't think you meant so well, I'd feel like slapping your face"
Featured in Bamboozled
For He's a Jolly Good Fellow
Played during the home movie scene See more