Approved | | Drama
A middle-aged man tries to reconnect with his illegitimate son, who was given to an orphanage many years ago.
This was Walter Pidgeon's final film under his MGM contract. He had been with the studio for 19 years.
Oh, I'm not blaming him Darling, I'm fighting him. It isn't a matter of him or me, it's a matter of lots of others. We all make our beds and have to lie in them, whether we sleep or not. Isn't that all there is to it?
At the beginning of the film, when Steve goes through the door from his office into the boardroom, the view looking back into his office from the boardroom is nothing like the office he just left. There are pictures where a large window should be. And, view out of the boardroom window is completely different than the view out of Steve's office window - which is right next door.
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