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George Sanders does not appear in this film until 34 minutes in, and he still sounds and acts like he does in other films. There are no surprises with him. He's just a bit samey and predictable.
The characters in this film are one-dimensional and not engaging in any way. You don't care for them, nor do you care for Sanders' character. Teddy Sherman (Dan Dailey) is unlikeable and not easy on the eye. I'm not particularly a fan of Susan Hayward as she doesn't bring anything to the film.
The story is uninteresting and the writing lacks sparkle.
I would advise Sanders fans to stay away from this film as it comes nowhere near the quality of 'Black Jack' which had Agnes Moorehead to compensate for Sanders' vile character.
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