Passed | | Drama, Thriller
This was the final film Joan Crawford made under her long-term contract with M-G-M. Frustrated at being continuously offered what she considered "second rate scripts," shortly after completing this, Crawford chose to buy out her studio contract (at great personal expense) and continue her career elsewhere. It was nearly two years later that she appeared in her next leading role, Mildred Pierce at Warner Brothers, for which she won the 1945 Academy Award as Best Actress.
Richard, just think of what's ahead of us.
Richard Myles: Yes... think of it.
As the Bride and Groom are leaving Oxford, their chauffeur opens the car door for them, which makes the crew visible in the reflection.
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