Joe Adams takes on the identity of a dead gangster in order to avoid the draft. Adams plans to use a war relief charity to get his gambling operation up and running, until he falls in love with Dorothy Bryant and has a change of heart. Written by
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Did You Know?
Writer Milton Holmes
said that his story was inspired by a real 1936 event, where a nightclub owner staged a one-night gambling benefit at the Beverly Hills Hotel to raise $40,000 for a church. In his original story, the character of Joe dies at the end. See more
When Joe is in the Greek Orthodox church, we hear Latin music in the background. This would be sung at a Roman Catholic church, but never at a Greek Orthodox one. See more
Joe Adams aka Joe Bascopolous
You don't belong with a grifter like me. You just got some mud on your dress, that's all. Give it time, let it dry. It'll brush off.
Referenced in Daisy Kenyon
Something To Remember You By
Music by Arthur Schwartz
Whistled often by Cary Grant
Played at the charity ball
Variations often in the score See more