Approved | | Crime, Drama, Film-Noir
Moving into a beach house involves Lynn Markham in mystery, danger, and romance with a beach boy of dubious motives.
According to Natalie Schafer, halfway through filming she was invited by Joan Crawford to her house for a small dinner party, but had to decline as she already had plans. When Schafer arrived onto the set the next morning, she found that her trailer had been ... ...
You couldn't love anybody. You hate women! All of us!
Drummond Hall: I don't hate women. I just... hate the way they are.
The type of doorbell that is featured prominently in Crawford's beach house, with four large chime tubes, in reality makes a very different sound than the doorbell sound effect that is heard on the soundtrack whenever the bell is rung.
The opening credits are written om wet sand and succeeding waves wash them away.
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