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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Of all the dramatic triumphs from Warners this one is the greatest!
Did You Know?
"Lux Radio Theater" broadcast a 60 minute radio adaptation of the movie on April 21, 1947 with Barbara Stanwyck
and George Brent
reprising their film roles. Screen Guild Playhouse also did a radio adaptation on July 7, 1947. See more
When Jess (Barbara Stanywck) gets behind Major Landis (George Brent) on his skis, she is holding her ski poles. In the next scene, she doesn't have them. A bit later, they are in her right hand, and then go missing again. See more
Mrs. Mary Kimball
The world allows considerable liberty to wives it has never allowed to widows. I notice, for instance, you're no longer wearing black.
Music by James Pierpont
Sung by all at the Christmas party See more