At a lonely military outpost on American Samoa, sticky heat alternates with torrential rain. A ship quarantine strands here Sadie Thompson, a "breezy dame" who sets the Marines afire... and self-righteous Mr. Davidson, powerful head of the Mission Board, who suspects Sadie is a fugitive from the notorious Emerald Club of Honolulu. Meanwhile, Sadie is courted by crude but good-hearted Marine Sgt. Phil O'Hara. Written by
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She's out for all she can get!...And in for all kinds of trouble!
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Did You Know?
sits in a hut with natives, trying to find a place for Rita Hayworth
in the village. The language used is Samoan. The native says, "Leai se potu," meaning "no room." Ray replies politely but then ends the conversation with, "Alu," which doesn't mean "good-bye" but rather something like, "Get out of here." It's what Samoans say when they shoo animals away from the food or chase children out of the house. See more
Sergeant O'Hara's shirt is wet with sweat as he leaves the radio tent but dry as he exits. See more
Men of science like Freud and Adler and Jung are destroying moral values by denying individual responsibility.
Featured in The Lady with the Torch
The Blue Pacific Blues
Music by Lester Lee
Lyrics by Allan Roberts
Performed by Rita Hayworth
(dubbed by Jo Ann Greer
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