Anti-Fascist German engineer Kurt Muller, with his American-born wife, Sara, and their three children, returns to the United States in 1940 after spending 17 years in Europe, where Kurt has engaged in underground resistance to the rising Nazi threat. Unscrupulous Romanian count Teck de Brancovis, a houseguest of Sara's family in Washington, D.C., discovers Kurt's secret and threatens to expose his activities to his contacts at the German embassy.
On her lonesome lips a smile.
Did You Know?
Ann Blyth played the daughter, Babette, in the original stage play. See more
Also during the breakfast scene between George Coulouris and Geraldine Fitzgerald, her hair is sensibly shorter in close-ups. See more
Jenny's daughter is still going with that actor. Humph. An actor! Fashions in sin change. In my day it was Englishmen!
Akademische Festouvertüre (Academic Festival Overture) Op. 80
Music by Johannes Brahms
Excerpt played in the score See more