A Boston judge bored with his life leaves his family and heads off for adventure. He gets a job as a short-order cook at a roadside diner and soon finds romance with the pretty owner. He also gets involved in helping her adopt an orphan. His bliss may be short-lived when he has to choose between staying at the diner or returning home. Written by
Daniel Bubbeo <firstname.lastname@example.org>
He Handed Down a Decision IN FAVOR OF HIMSELF!
Did You Know?
Filmed between mid-January and late March 1947, this movie was held back until its Manhattan premiere at the Palace Theatre on June 2, 1949, followed by its wide release on June 11, 1949, by which time four cast members, William B. Davidson
, Paul Everton
, Elmer Jerome
, and Carl Faulkner
had already passed away. See more