Approved | | Drama, War
In Argentina, one daughter of patriarch Madariaga is married to a Frenchman while the other is married to a German thus leading to a crisis when Nazi Germany occupies France and some Madariaga family members fight on opposite sides.
According to Martin Gottfried in his biography of Angela Lansbury, "Balancing Act", she dubbed Ingrid Thulin's voice as a favor to her husband Peter Shaw, then an executive at MGM. MGM executives believed Thulin's Swedish accent was too thick and difficult to understand. Both Lansbury's and Thulin's voices are heard on the soundtrack.
Plane at the beginning of the movie changes from white to light green one. Also numbers on plane or the plane model don't match either.