Approved | | Comedy, Romance
Missing for seven years and presumed dead, a woman returns home on the day of her husband's second marriage.
Cary Grant and Randolph Scott, who play rivals in this film, lived on and off together for twelve years from 1932 to 1944.
Judge Walter Bryson:
Alright, alright. The case is postponed till next Thursday. Now that'll be the 26th.
Postponed Case Lawyer: Thank you Your Honor.
Judge Walter Bryson: Be here.
Court Clerk Beside Judge Bryson: Are the parties ready in the matter of Ellen Wagstaff Arden?
Nick Arden: Yes here.
Nick Arden: Good morning Your Honor.
Judge Walter Bryson: Good morning.
Nick said he met his second wife, Bianca, on the boat while searching for Ellen, yet Bianca doesn't recognize Ellen when meeting her. The search team likely had pictures of Ellen provided for them including pictures from Nick's home, which Bianca would have seen on the boat and in Nick's home.
Rather than the normal "The End" title as the movie concludes, "Good Night" is drawn in cursive handwriting.