Louise Mason is a young widow who fills her empty life with the task of becoming a children's nurse. As the years pass, and the widow tries to find her own place in life, her young charges, the children of various employers, grow and soon find themselves ready to face the world. When it seems that she will be alone, the nurse finds that her 'children' have ideas of their own in regards to helping their beloved mentor.
Who is the real Mother of this Child? The woman who gave it life... or the woman who gave it love?
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I don't want anything .I... Are you going to let them take Tony away from me?
Much as I regret to say it, the law doesn't allow that he be left with you.
She's never been a mother to him. Giving birth to a child doesn't make a mother. What about the thousand and million things that she doesn't know; that she'll never know about him? What does she know about the things that frighten him? Or how to comfort him when he wakes up in the night crying? All the little things about him. What if I had ...
[prologue] "Who raises a child of his own flesh lives with nature; who raises a child of another's lives with God". MERITAS See more
Remake of the french movie 'Le voile bleu' (1942) d. Jean Stelli See more
Referenced in A King in New York
Written by Bobby Troup
Sung by Joan Blondell See more