Not Rated | | Drama, Romance
A businessman's desire to protect his corrupt son's fortune leads to tragedy in this adaption of the British play.
The play of the same name upon which this film is based opened on Broadway at the Martin Beck Theatre (Al Hirschfeld Theatre since 2003), 302 W. 45th St., on September 30, 1948 and ran for 260 performances until May 14, 1949.
That's where you differ from me. In my business, I never admit failure.
Near the beginning of the film, Arnold brings home a baby carriage. The gate to the front walk is open when he arrives, and he hurries through it, not closing it. However, from a shot inside the house looking out, the gate is closed.