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United Kingdom released, PAL/Region 0 DVD: it WILL NOT play on standard US DVD player. You need multi-region PAL/NTSC DVD player to view it in USA/Canada: LANGUAGES: English ( Mono ), SPECIAL FEATURES: Black & White, Interactive Menu, Photo Gallery, Scene Access, SYNOPSIS: Abigail Manette (Deanna Durbin) is a woman with a questionable past who owns a sleazy nightclub and is involved in a nefarious underworld. Her husband has been incarcerated for life on charges of murder and Abigail thinks he's safely locked away, but he's actually escaped and is on a jealous warpath to find her and accuse her of infidelity, even before he can ascertain the truth. At the same time, a mysterious army lieutenant (Dean Harens) comes into her club on the rebound from a recent breakup and its clear that this love triangle may end up with either a deadly or divine conclusion. It's the hooker with a heart of gold, Christmas story of salvation and new beginnings; a heart warmer with a dark edge. SCREENED/AWARDED AT: Oscar Academy Awards, ...Christmas Holiday ( W. Somerset Maugham's Christmas Holiday )
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It was Durbin's second escape to dramak, the first being LADY ON A TRAIN, also directed by Charles Walters who married the leading lady and wshed her off to Paris for the rest of her career. See them both and NO SINGING from Deanna.
Charles and Jackie are slowly falling in love,but news comes that Robert has escaped from prison.
Not a typical Gene Kelly or Deanne Durbin movie(Film Noir Thriller)but,Its still very good.If you like Film Noir,this is for you.
Deanne is in top form with her songs,Spring Will Be A little Late This Year and Always.My only gripe is the Sinatra standard Ill Remember April is played during the film,but,sadly never sung by Deanna.Ill bet she would have done a great job with it.
W Somerset Maugham novel.
This DVD from Loving the Classics is clean(except for a few seconds of crackling sounds)and is incredibly beautiful. Order it for your film collection now. Stephen Schicker