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A vain businessman puts strains on his happy marriage to a rich, beautiful socialite by allowing himself be be seduced by a former girlfriend.

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Jessie Bourne
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Brandon Bourne
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Mark Dwyer
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Isabel Lorrison
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Rosa Senta
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Helen Lee (as Nancy Davis)
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Nora Kernan
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Lt. Jacobi
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Horace Elcott Howland
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Alec Dawning
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Felice Backett
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Bill the Bartender
Lisa Golm ...
Josephine
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Owen Lee
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jane Howard ...
Model
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Model (uncredited)
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Grandma Senta (uncredited)
Joel Allen ...
Interne (uncredited)
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Redcap at Airport (uncredited)
Lee Anderson ...
Lee Party Guest / Girl in Cafe (uncredited)
Jean Andren ...
Saleswoman (uncredited)
Bette Arlen ...
Model / Lee Party Guest (uncredited)
Lois Austin ...
Saleswoman (uncredited)
Anne Beck ...
Model (uncredited)
Wesley Bly ...
Club Attendant (uncredited)
Ferike Boros ...
Rosa's Grandma Senta (uncredited)
Rosalee Calvert ...
Model (uncredited)
Bob Canto ...
Sistina Son (uncredited)
Wheaton Chambers ...
Charlie, the Doorman (uncredited)
Russ Clark ...
Detective (uncredited)
Tom Dillon ...
Dan, the Old Policeman (uncredited)
Geraldine Farmer ...
Lee Party Guest (uncredited)
Barbara Freking ...
Model (uncredited)
Jack Gargan ...
First Doorman (uncredited)
Suzette Harper ...
Maid (uncredited)
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Reporter at Airport (uncredited)
Jimmy Horne ...
Lee Party Guest (uncredited)
Jimmy Kelly ...
Detective (uncredited)
Meredith Leeds ...
Lee Party Guest (uncredited)
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Chuck Snyder (uncredited)
Rita Lynn ...
Sistina Wife (uncredited)
Dwight Martin ...
Detective (uncredited)
Charles McAvoy ...
Cop (uncredited)
Frank Meredith ...
Cop (uncredited)
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Del Rio Nightclub Patron (uncredited)
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Wino (uncredited)
Ralph Montgomery ...
Reporter at Airport (uncredited)
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Reporter at Airport (uncredited)
Grazia Narciso ...
Mrs. Sistina (uncredited)
Stanley Orr ...
Bourne Chauffeur (uncredited)
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Frenchman (uncredited)
Norman Rainey ...
Butler (uncredited)
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Joan Peterson, Bourne's secretary (uncredited)
Maria Reachi ...
Lee Party Guest (uncredited)
Jewel Rose ...
Del Rio Hat Check Girl (uncredited)
Carl Saxe ...
Detective (uncredited)
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Sistina Son (uncredited)
Jack Shea ...
Detective (uncredited)
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Mr. Sistina (uncredited)
Stella Soldi ...
Sistina Wife (uncredited)
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Cigarette Girl (uncredited)
Nick Stewart ...
Red Cap (uncredited)
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Fred the Doorman (uncredited)
Brick Sullivan ...
Detective (uncredited)
Betty Taylor ...
Reporter at Airport (uncredited)
Peter M. Thompson ...
Jock Ardley (uncredited)
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John, The Del Rio Headwaiter (uncredited)
Lillian West ...
Hannah, Nora's Maid (uncredited)
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Frank Belmar (uncredited)
Chalky Williams ...
Detective (uncredited)
Wilson Wood ...
Reporter at Airport (uncredited)

Directed by

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Mervyn LeRoy

Written by

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Isobel Lennart ... (screenplay)
 
Marcia Davenport ... (novel)

Produced by

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Voldemar Vetluguin ... producer

Music by

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Miklós Rózsa ... (as Miklos Rozsa)

Cinematography by

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Charles Rosher ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Harold F. Kress

Art Direction by

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Randall Duell
Cedric Gibbons

Set Decoration by

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Edwin B. Willis

Costume Design by

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Helen Rose

Makeup Department

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Jack Dawn ... makeup designer
Sydney Guilaroff ... hair stylist
Robert Ewing ... makeup artist (uncredited)
Betty Pedretti ... hair stylist (uncredited)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Howard W. Koch ... assistant director (uncredited)

Art Department

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Arthur Krams ... associate set decorator

Sound Department

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Douglas Shearer ... recording supervisor
A.N. Fenton ... sound recordist (uncredited)

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A. Arnold Gillespie ... special effects

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Helen Rose ... costumes: women

Music Department

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Eugene Zador ... orchestrator (uncredited)
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Plot Summary

Brandon and Jessie Bourne have a long, apparently happy marriage. Several years earlier Brandon had had an affair with a younger woman, Isabel Lorrison, who's now returned to New York intending to re-kindle the relationship. Meanwhile, Jessie is attracted to Mark Dwyer, a former policeman-turned-writer just arrived from a secret mission in Italy. Written by Mattias Thuresson

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Taglines I was married to a man other women pursued! See more »
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Also Known As
  • Ville haute, ville basse (France)
  • Mundos opuestos (Spain)
  • En svigtet kvinde (Denmark)
  • Contraste de uma Vida (Brazil)
  • Mundos Opostos (Portugal)
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Runtime
  • 108 min
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Budget $1,754,000 (estimated)

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Trivia Gale Sondergaard, who plays Barbara Stanwyck's mother in this film, was 50 years old when it was produced. Stanwyck was 42. See more »
Goofs When Josephine enters Jessie's room when she's crying over reading the paper about the previous night's events, the interior door inexplicably has a deadbolt lock on it - but no corresponding plate or bolt are seen on the door's edge. This is a common shortcut of set carpenters. The same can be observed with Isabel's apartment door. See more »
Movie Connections Referenced in Moving Pictures (2016). See more »
Soundtracks Blue Moon See more »
Quotes Nora Kernan: Jessie looks wonderful tonight.
Brandon Bourne: She has you to thank for her looks, darling.
Nora Kernan: And you! When a woman gets more beautiful after she's married, it means her man is either making her very happy or very unhappy.
Brandon Bourne: Oscar Wilde?
Nora Kernan: No, Belasco.
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