Lovely Nancy seems like the ideal bride to fiancée John Willis... until, just before the ceremony, Willis is approached by Harry Blair, claiming to be Nancy's former husband. The tale Blair unfolds (in a flashback within a flashback within a flashback!) paints Nancy as a kleptomaniac, habitual liar, and perhaps worse. But is Blair telling the truth? And does fate have another surprise in store? Written by
Rod Crawford <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Men took their lives in their hands when they took her in their arms! From one's mans to another she fled - trying to escape the evil memory of the tragic trinket whose strange power changed her life ... destroyed her loves! (LIFE 1947)
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Did You Know?
The set used in this film for the house of Mrs. Willis (Katherine Emery) is the same one used for the house of Alex Sebastian (Claude Rains
) in Notorious
(1946). See more
American ambulances - shown driven with left hand drive - were not used in wartime London. See more
In the eyes of the world you're a smart psychiatrist. Your opinions are worth listening to, but I'm just a mixed-up patient.
Dr. Harry Blair
And you'd like it to be the other way around, wouldn't you?
No. I don't mind being mixed-up. My conscience is clear. I did all I could to save a man's life. You did what you could to prevent me.
Dr. Harry Blair
Oh, that's fine, if you see it that way. I've done you a service.
That's right. It's on your conscience now.
Hands, Knees and Boomps-a-Daisy
Written by Annette Mills
Performed by Queenie Leonard See more