After countless hours of rehearsal to perfect their routines and years of struggling to get bookings, dance duo Guy Richards and Carol Williams, who are also a couple off the stage, are enjoying some success on the nightclub circuit, enough for them to make longer term plans, such as thoughts of imminent marriage. Their road to happiness hits a major bump when Carol, falling ill, is taken to the hospital, where she is diagnosed with polio. The prognosis for polio is good: with hard work and patience, she may be able to walk again, with even a slim possibility that she will one day be able to dance. She is admitted to an institution specializing in rehabilitation for polio patients. Beyond the fear both Guy and Carol have for her overall health, they, still loving each other, may not be able to survive as a couple because of the illness due to feelings of guilt and resentment. Carol, in addition, may fall into a feeling of inferiority, only being able to associate with people who are ...
People don't stop loving when things go wrong!
January 1950 (USA)
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(Western Electric Recording)
Aspect Ratio: 1.37 : 1
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Did You Know?
The name of the flower shop Guy is standing in front of at the beginning of the film is "Collier's Florist" - a nod to the writer and producer. See more
(opening title card) This is a true story. It was photographed where it happened. Our grateful thanks to the many who made this motion picture possible. See more
Written by John Franco
Performed by Keefe Brasselle
[Sitting at the piano, Guy sings the song when Carol first becomes ill] See more