with Robert Mitchum and Richard Hart
Released October 31, 1947
Directed by George Cukor, Mervyn LeRoy, Victor Saville, Jack Conway, produced by Arthur Hornblow Jr., based on a novel by Leonhard Frank.
Cast - Greer Garson, Robert Mitchum, Richard Hart.
Synopsis: A woman is told that her husband has died in a concentration camp. She eventually marries the man who told her the news, but it turns out that her husband is still alive and her new husband is a psychotic.
Comments: The entire production was plagued by problems, including a weak script and conflicts between director George Cukor and actor Robert Mitchum. Cukor was eventually fired and the remaining scenes were directed by three different directors. In the end, no director was credited. It was the first of Garson's films to loose money at the box office.
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