Passed | | Drama, Romance
Stopped in Mexico by U.S. Immigration, Georges Iscovescu hopes to get into the country by marrying a citizen.
"Screen Director's Playhouse" broadcast a 30 minute radio adaptation of the movie on May 15, 1949 with Charles Boyer reprising his film role.
What do you want?
Anita Dixon: I've been thinking about you all day. The way you used to hold me away from you when we danced. Those gigolo eyes of yours. You cold, selfish...
Georges Iscovescu: Oh?
Anita Dixon: Haven't you ever loved anybody in your life?
Georges Iscovescu: I want you to go, Anita.
Anita Dixon: Georges...
Georges Iscovescu: You're ...
When Anita is sitting on Georges' lap at the typewriter, a moving shadow of the boom microphone can be seen in the mirror behind them.
Released prints for the Latin American markets included on-screen credits for technical advisors Padre Canseco, Ernesto A. Romero and assistant director Francisco Alonso.
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