In Weimar-era Berlin, an aspiring writer strikes up a friendship with a vivacious, penniless singer.
In 1955 the movie received a "Condemned" rating - the lowest possible - by the Legion of Decency, a Roman Catholic organization that passed moral judgments on films between 1933 and 1965. Although this rating was very rare, it was also applied to "... ...
Any mess you get into, you try and get out of by using your extremely inadequate sex appeal.
In some prints of the film, Shelley Winters' name is misspelled as "Shelly" in the opening credits.
In opening credits, Shelley Winters is misspelled "Shelly".
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