A fanciful, O. Henryesque tale set in New York City during World War II. A shy, lonely woman and a dashing soldier from Tennessee meet in the rain late one afternoon, and end up falling in love. But Fate threatens to come between them.
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Did You Know?
One of many of Van Johnson
's movies where he is in the military. Some have branded him a draft dodger not being in the military during WWII, but after a car crash in 1943 where he sustained such a serious head injury that he had a plate put in his skull he was classified 4-F ("unfit for military service"). He had scars that were covered for movies by heavy makeup but he didn't for The Caine Mutiny
(1954). Johnson felt that showing scars gave more credence to his naval character. See more
Ruth moves two votive candles to the foot of the St. Andrew statue. When she steps back to the aisle, the candles she took have been replaced. See more
How can there be a God when things like this happen, people getting killed?
I'll Always Believe in You
Music by Ray Heindorf
and M.K. Jerome
Lyrics by Ned Washington
Sung by Van Johnson
and Jane Wyman
and played often throughout the picture See more