Not Rated | | Romance, Drama
Upon seeing the completed movie, Production Code Administration head Geoffrey Shurlock notified United Artists executives the movie would not be approved because of its depiction of adultery. Of particular concern was the scene in which Jane and Renato consummate their relationship. Eighteen feet of footage was deleted, and the PCA granted its approval. The National Catholic Legion of Decency, however, objected to a line of dialogue that finally was trimmed, and the organization bestowed the movie with a B rating, designating it "morally objectionable in part".
So long, Cookie!
When Jane returns to the Antique Shop (minutes before she falls into the canal), as she is crossing the bridge, the camera pans to the shop, and the red goblet appears in the window. Moments later in the scene the goblet is gone, and there is a silver candelabra in the window.
Opening credits are shown over various paintings, where the subjects are European scenes.