Broadway star Valerie Stanton, breaking up with her producer-lover Gordon Dunning, unintentionally kills him. In flashback, she recalls meeting new flame Michael Morrell, and Dunning's machinations leading to the fatal argument. The next day, it appears that Valerie's former rival Marian Webster is the prime suspect. Or is suave police Captain Danbury just playing cat and mouse with her? Nicely catty dialogue.
Rod Crawford <email@example.com>
"You can get away with anything if you've got it...Anything"
Did You Know?
This film had its television premiere in Los Angeles 28 February 1956 on KHJ (Channel 9), launching the RKO feature film package which had just been acquired and was now being distributed to TV by C&C Television Corp. and would soon be seen on home screens throughout the country. See more
In scenes set in Sardi's restaurant, many of the framed caricatures on the wall are full-figure sketches; in reality, all of Sardi's famous caricatures are face-only portraits. See more
Do you mind not calling me 'darling?' You toss affection around as though it were in mass production.
And you prefer individual attention?
The Velvet Touch
Written by Mort Greene
& Leigh Harline
[Title song sung by male chorus during opening title and credits] See more