Quiet, organised Dr Talbot meets nightclub singer Nora Prentiss when she is slightly hurt in a street accident. Despite her misgivings they become heavily involved and Talbot finds he is faced with the choice of leaving Nora or divorcing his wife. When a patient expires in his office, a third option seems to present itself. Written by
Jeremy Perkins <firstname.lastname@example.org>
A mouth like hers is just for kissing not for telling
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Did You Know?
reported that Ann Sheridan
had an infection in one ear during production, and during the final shots of the film, could only be photographed from one side. See more
During the trial, the D.A. remarks to the jury that the defendant did not testify.
Since a defendant in a criminal case has a constitutional right not to testify, a prosecutor cannot make any reference to the exercise of that right. The judge would have declared a mistrial even if the defense lawyer (as in the movie) did not move for one. See more
[driver and cop looking at her legs
I've been examined already!
Featured in Okay for Sound
Berceuse in D Flat Major, Op. 57
Music by Frédéric Chopin
Played on the piano at the cabin See more