Production Company: Universal International Pictures/Neptune Films
Date of Release: September 24, 1949
Running Time: 92 minutes
Director: Robert Montgomery
Screenplay: Robert Carson
                From the story
Come Be My Love by Robert Carson
Additional Dialogue: Oscar Saul
Cinematography: Frank Planer
Film Editing: Ralph Dawson
Art Direction: Bernard Herzbrun and Robert Clatworthy
Costume Design: Orry-Kelly
Set Decoration: Russell A. Gausman and Ruby R. Levitt
Sound: Leslie L. Carey and Corson Jowett
Producer: Joan Harrison
Original Music: Elizabeth Firestone
Assistant Director: John E. Sherwood
Special Photography: David S. Horsley
Dialogue Director: Les Mitchel
Second Unit Director: Jack Hively
Make-Up Artist: Bud Westmore
Hair Stylist: Joan St. Oegger
Musical Director: Frank Skinner
Awards and Nominations:
ACADEMY AWARD NOMINATION - Best Sound Recording
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CAST:
Robert Montgomery...
Collier Laing
Ann Blyth...Marita 'Killer' Connell
Jane Cowl...Mrs. Laing
Charles McGraw...Herman Schmelz
Taylor Holmes...Jed Connell
Roland Winters...Colonel Head
Steven Geray...Kalzac
John Ridgely...Burke
Lillian Randolph...Mamie
Maurice Cass...Dr. Grasser
Don Beddoe...Judge Fraser
Louise Lorimer...Mrs. Fraser
Wilton Graff...Mr. Frobisher
Sally Corner...Mrs. Frobisher
D. J. Thompson...Mary Frobisher
George M. Carleton...Mr. Grant
Edna Holland...Mrs. Grant
Ray Teal...Truck Driver
Bert Hicks...Peter Vellon
George Chandler...Motel propreitor (uncredited)
Bert Conway...Assistant Director (uncredited)
Jack Gargan...Mixer (uncredited)
Donald Gordon...Kid (uncredited)
John Harmon...Georgie (uncredited)
Dell Henderson...Hotel Clerk (uncredited)
Phyllis Kennedy...Waitress (uncredited)
James Lynn...Gaffer (uncredited)
Maurice Marsac...Henri (uncredited)
Jack Overman...Grip (uncredited)
Barbara Payton...Restaurant photographer (uncredited)
Ann Pearce...Receptionist (uncredited)
John Pickard...Inspector (uncredited)
Betty Roache...Script girl (uncredited)
Jim Toney...Fruit dealer (uncredited)
William Vedder...Alfred (uncredited)
Michael Cisney...bit part (uncredited)
Isabel Withers...bit part (uncredited)
SYNOPSIS:
Movie actor Collier Laing is called back into the service for a special government
assignment: he must romance a young debutante to draw her criminal boyfriend
(who has stolen the crown jewels of a foreign country) out of hiding. A far-fetched
story comes off amazingly well due to funny dialogue, many humorous situations
and good performances all around. Montgomery is at his comedic best, Ann Blyth
shines as the ditzy debutante and veteran actress Jane Cowl lends fine support as
Collier's lawyer/mother. A fine comedy.
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