- 2h 5m
Rotten Tomatoes® Score
pot-boiler with Crawford chewing up the scenery; Garfield does his best to retain his dignity.
remembered largely for its sublime ability to make Garfield look like a virtuoso violinist
Now a days regarded as camp, Jean Negulesco's melodramatic exploration of desire features Joan Crawford at her limited best, but the music played by Isaac Stern and lush score by Franz Waxman offer pleasure, and so do Garfield, the decor and costumes.
- Release Date:January 25, 1947
- Audio Format:Stereo
- Screen Pass Eligible:Yes