Approved | | Drama, Romance
Jo Jones, a young defense plant worker whose husband is in the military during World War II, shares a house with three other women in the same situation.
Although there was a Los Angeles premiere on December 19, 1943 to make the film eligible for the 1943 Academy Awards - particularly Ginger Rogers' performance, which would fail to be nominated - the movie was not released nationally until June 1944. After the Los Angeles opening, new footage which altered the ending was shot between January 7 and 9 and then on January 20, 1944.
I suppose you don't think hoarding is very important.
Barbara Thomas: Why don't you relax for a change. Do you think we're going to lose this war or win it, for that matter, on account of a box of lipsticks or a pound of bacon? You know better than that.
Jo Jones: Well, if ...
When Chris comes around the hanging laundry in Jo's flashback, we hear the end of his whistling "You Made Me Love You," but his face is totally relaxed, and clearly not that of a person who is whistling.