Not Rated | | Crime, Drama, Film-Noir
A hard-working mother inches towards disaster as she divorces her husband and starts a successful restaurant business to support her spoiled daughter.
Warner Bros. didn't want to cast Ann Blyth as Veda because she was under contract to Universal, and it would necessitate a loan-out. Joan Crawford coached Blyth privately for her screen test and after viewing it, Warner's began negotiations to "borrow" her for the film.
That's what I like about you, Ida. You're so delightfully provincial.
Ida: And I like you, too.
Ida: Don't look now, Junior, but you're standing under a brick wall.
Monte: I don't get it.
Ida: You will - when it falls on you.
The placement of the hat-stand after Bert arrives home.
The opening credits are presented with a background ocean scene that "washes" the credits on the screen.
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