The recently-blinded Helen Phillips (Jane Wyman) praises her friend for not becoming short-tempered with her and her new disabilities. "I'd have thrown me in the drink, if I were me." ... Should be, "......if I were YOU."
23 minutes in: The sign behind the reception desk at the hospital gives the date as "Tuesday September 10". But just a few seconds later, when Bob writes the $25,000 check to the hospital, he dates it September 17.
In early scenes of Bob Merrick's boat racing on the lake, he is warned to be careful because "...it is really kicking up out there!" but we immediately see the lake and it is calm, almost without any waves at all.
After Bob Merrick "escapes" from the hospital, he loses his footing coming down a hill and ends up lying beside the road as Helen approaches. She stops to help him and offers to drive him into town and he accepts the offer. Neither of them know the other's identity. Helen explains to Bob that her husband died because the ventilator he needed was being used to resuscitate Bob Merrick. Bob asks to be let out and he collapses behind the car...at the very same location where Helen had picked him up when he lost his footing sending him down the hill.