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Stepchild (1947)

Passed | | Drama, Romance | 7 June 1947 (USA)
Although Dale and Ken Bullock should be a happily married couple, their marriage is on the verge of a break-up, because Dale refuses to give up her well-paying job in order to devote more ... See full summary »

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Ken Bullock
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Millie Lynne (as Terry Austin)
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Although Dale and Ken Bullock should be a happily married couple, their marriage is on the verge of a break-up, because Dale refuses to give up her well-paying job in order to devote more time to Ken and their two children Jimmy, age 9, and Tommy, age 6. They sue for divorce and the Judge rules that the children be placed in the custody of their father. Dale realizes what she has lost but she is too proud to say anything to Ken, whom she still loves. Ken, shopping for the perfect stay-at-home wife to take care of his children, falls for the charms of his secretary, Millie Lynch. Not quite. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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One Woman, HIS WIFE... The Other, THE MOTHER OF HIS CHILDREN!

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Drama | Romance

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9 December 2005 | by (cambria california) – See all my reviews

I first saw this film back in the 40's when I was a child. I was always a fan of the very pretty Brenda Joyce (especially in her non Tarzan roles.....there weren't many.) I then saw it once again many years ago on t.v but now (like many of the old 40's B movies) has completely disappeared from site. Another film from the same period (again with Brenda Joyce and also Patricia Morison) was Danger Woman, which is also notably impossible to find. If there's ever anyone out there that should read this comment and knows how to obtain copies of these old films I'd sure like to know..I 'll bet some company could do really well if they specialized in marketing all of the 40's B movies.


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