A French playboy and an American former nightclub singer fall in love aboard a ship. They arrange to reunite six months later, after he has had a chance to earn a decent living.
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Two years later in 1941, this was again adapted for radio by the Screen Guild Theater with Madeleine Carroll & Melvyn Douglas. The transatlantic cruise was rerouted to come from Rio as part of Hollywood's pivot to South America during WWII. See more
On the ship, at the railing, before and after disposing of the photographer's film of a compromising photo, shadows of Dunne are visible on the background screen of the ocean.; a shadow of her head before the photo incident, and her arm as she stretches, afterward. See more
It's not that I'm prudish but my mother told me never to be in a man's room in any month ending in 'r'!
Opening credits are on pages of a book, through which a female hand is paging. See more
Sing My Heart
Music by Harold Arlen
Lyrics by Ted Koehler
Performed by Irene Dunne
(uncredited) at a nightclub See more