Journalist Steve O'Malley wants to write a biography of a national hero who died when his car ran off a bridge. Steve receives conflicting reports and tales that make him question what the truth about the hero is.
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Edward G. Robinson,
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On the death of her mother, the vivacious Clio Dulaine (Ingrid Bergman) returns from Paris, France to her childhood home in New Orleans, Louisiana to seek revenge for the humiliation her mother suffered there from her father's wife's family. She also plans to marry a rich man to attain the status and respectability her mother never had, but falls for Texas gambler Colonel Clint Maroon (Gary Cooper) instead. When he leaves New Orleans for the horse racing season at Saratoga Springs, she follows him there to seek her fortune - or someone else's.Written by
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Jack L. Warner paid one hundred seventy-five thousand dollars for the rights to the novel. See more »
Scenes set in French Quarter section of New Orleans feature winding streets (a standard studio back lot trick that saves building an entire block of buildings). In reality, all streets in real French Quarter are at right angles to each other. See more »
A fantastic movie, and very overlooked. Gary has never been more handsome, and Ingrid is more beautiful than in ANY other film. If you don't believe, just watch the movie. Every cast member is wonderful; the love scenes between Gary and Ingrid will make your pulse race! The story is great, the script is Oscar caliber. Don't miss this film!!
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