Susan is in the hospital with a bullet near her heart. Marian has told the police that she shot Susan in a rage as Susan was giving up singing. Marian and Luke found Susan when she was a failure. A singer with a limited range, she was a diamond in the rough which Marian and Luke taught how to walk, dress and talk. With the singing lessons, Marian had hoped that she would have the career that Marian would have had if she had not lost her voice. Even though Susan is a scatterbrain girl, Luke does not believe that Marian would have been capable of shooting her. Luke hopes that Detective Fowler will be able to find out the truth and free Marian. Written by
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Did You Know?
and Gloria Grahame
met while shooting this film. They were married in Las Vegas shortly after completing the film. They chose Las Vegas because Ray loved to gamble and to allow Grahame to get a quickie divorce (after the required six weeks of residency in Nevada) from actor Stanley Clements
. The day the divorced was granted, the two married. See more
Characters refer to the Luger as a revolver when it is actually a semi-automatic pistol. See more
You know one of these days you're going to be singing that song on Broadway and I'm just going to be walking up and down the theater.
No, I just won't have enough dough to buy a ticket
Oh, That be easy to fix, I just have you wait sit in my dressing room. Then maybe I'll have you get rid of the people that'll be waiting for my autograph
Make way of Ms. Washburn
Then I let you pinch so I can wake up.
Opening and closing credits are displayed on a page of sheet music. See more
Music by Nacio Herb Brown
Lyrics by Gordon Clifford
Sung by Maureen O'Hara
on the phonograph
Also sung by Gloria Grahame
(dubbed by Kaye Lorraine
) See more