Approved | | Drama, Romance
A letter is addressed to three wives from their "best friend" Addie Ross, announcing that she is running away with one of their husbands...but she does not say which one.
The film actually went into production in 1946 as "A Letter to Five Wives" from a script by Melville Baker and Dorothy Bennett. Gene Tierney, Linda Darnell, Maureen O'Hara, Dorothy McGuire and Alice Faye were all earmarked to play the wives but this version was quickly shelved until Joseph L. Mankiewicz retooled it in 1948.
And lets get a couple of things straight. First, when you announce dinner...
Sadie: I know, I'm not supposed to say "soup's on".
Rita Phipps: How did I tell you?
Sadie: I forgot.
Rita Phipps: "Dinner is served"
Sadie: "Dinner is served"
Rita Phipps: And you're not to say it as though the food were poisoned.
(at around 29 mins) When Deborah and Brad dance, she swings her back and forth. She has blurry vision of her (stationary) friends who should be swaying.
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