Approved | | Drama, Romance
A librarian takes a cruise and falls for an unobtainable man, a district attorney married to a crippled woman.
The 'riding along the beach' sequence was once longer than the version that exists today on Youtube in which 'Lulu' can only be seen in close-up shots that wouldn't have required Stanwyck to go anywhere near a horse (the rest of it, the gallop through the surf, would have been done by stand-ins in any case).When this picture surfaced on British t.v. in the '80s, there was extra footage of both main characters on horseback, talking as they rode before they had their passionate gallop.Maybe the sequence was cut to allow time for t.v. ads and the missing bit has effectively gone for good.
I've never been to a Convention and I'd like to see what they're like. And then I thought you might like to have a few paragraphs on the woman's angle.
Holland: Well, here's a paragraph on the man's angle. How 'bout giving in?
Lulu: Proposition or proposal?
Holland: With this...
The film begins in the present day, i.e. 1932. There is no attempt at period decor in any way; the automobiles, music, and clothing styles are all contemporary; twenty or thirty years pass by. The principals live out their lives, grow old, and die. Yet their surrounding environment never changes; it is still 1932.