Jonathan Cooper is wanted by the police who suspect him of killing his lover's husband. His friend Eve Gill offers to hide him and Jonathan explains to her that his lover, actress Charlotte Inwood is the real murderer. Eve decides to investigate for herself, but when she meets the detective in charge of the case, she starts to fall in love. Written by
Col Needham <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Every time I'm beginning to think what color your eyes are, you disappear!
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Did You Know?
According to Alfred Hitchcock
, he ran into great difficulties with leading actress Jane Wyman
. Wyman was required to appear frumpy and inelegant when she goes incognito as a maid, but the actress was reluctant to appear so plain when Marlene Dietrich
appeared so glamorous. The director recounted that Wyman would cry when she would see Dietrich looking glamorous on set when she herself was in her maid disguise. Hitchcock said that she could not accept the idea of her character being frumpy or dowdy. Much to the director's chagrin, Wyman would secretly put on makeup or otherwise try to improve her appearance, thus failing to maintain her character. See more
The way that Johnny carries Charlotte's blue dress changes between shots. See more
I'm afraid the murderer might come here madam. Might get into the dressing room. Might even murder me madam. I'm surprised you're not a bit afraid yourself.
La vie en rose
Music by Louiguy
and Marguerite Monnot
Lyrics by Édith Piaf
Performed by Marlene Dietrich See more