A sickly English woman runs a store by herself, while her irresponsible son travels aimlessly, refusing to contact her. When told that his mother has cancer, the young man comes home, reforms himself, and helps his mom run the shop. Soon however, each becomes involved in illegal activities. Written by
...to three women who loved him he was King of Kings! (original poster)
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Did You Know?
According to an October 1943 news item in Hollywood Reporter, Alfred Hitchcock
was initially slated to direct this picture. See more
As Cary Grant and Barry Fitzgerald part at the end of the movie you can hear a flute playing a slow sorrowful dirge. There is a flutist leaning against the wall and it appears that he should be the one playing, however, his finger movements are more along the lines of a fast jig than a slow dirge. See more
Did you love my old man?
Love's not for the poor, son. No time for it.
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