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André De Toth
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Fiona, Evelyn and Susanna are sisters. Their mother dies on the Lusitania, their father is killed in France, they must manage their Fifth Avenue mansion by themselves. Fiona marries Charles... See full summary »
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Alfred E. Green,
Tongues begin to wag when a lonely widow becomes romantically involved with a military man. Problems arise when the gossip is filtered down to her own children. Written by
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One of Barbara Stanwyck's sons asks her what team Joe DiMaggio used to play for. Although DiMaggio had rejoined the Yankees in 1946, when this film was released, he was in military service during 1943, when the film was actually filmed. See more »
On first visit to the Majors apartment, the door opens on the left hand side, when leaving the apartment the second time the door opens on the right hand side. See more »
MY REPUTATION was one of several pictures produced by Warner Bros. during World War II and then held back for release. Others included THE ADVENTURES OF MARK TWAIN (filmed in 41, released in 44) and ARSENIC AND OLD LACE (filmed in 41, released in 44). MY REPUTATION was filmed in 1943 and released for military use in 1944. The Tower Books photoplay edition of the original novel, "Instruct My Sorrow," was published in 1945. The film was finally released to the public in 1946. The military prints and theatrical release prints carry two completely different sets of main titles. There is no difference in footage or scenes between the two release versions.
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