Not Rated | | Drama, Romance, Comedy
Dark, romantic, complicated drama about a rowdy merchant mariner and sophisticated librarian who clash over their lifestyles and values - and then fall in love.
Reports of this film's failure are false. Variety (January 8, 1947) listed it as the #7 box office hit of 1946 (it was released December 28, 1945). The film earned more than $6M worldwide and earned a profit for MGM.
That's what I'm lookin' for. It's it, ain't it?
Emily Sears: It's it, ain't it. Some word, "it." In the dictionary it breaks all records for usage. A personal pronoun of the third person. A neuter gender. Used as a substitute for a noun. Or, representing ...
When the Buckley's drive away from Emily's house in the country, a clear reflection of the boom microphone can be seen on the right rear passenger window and other areas of the highly-polished car as it drives off.