An RKO Radio picture from 1949 made on a minuscule budget, but stylish and thoroughly likeable. From the witty opening of the title sequence, where you think that's a rather crummy model, to the inevitable ending, it's a lot more entertaining and says a lot more about human relationships in 87 economical minutes than most of the Hollywood fodder that's produced today.
Nice relaxed acting not only from the three stars (though it was a bit of a stretch of the imagination to see Robert Mitchum as a shop assistant), but also from all the supporting players. Director Don Hartman (who was usually the writer rather than director) gets a sweet performance from child actor, Gordon Gebert, who, unlike many of his contemporaries, is still with us.
The film is in black and white, the picture quality is very good and the sound good. Minus point: there are no subtitles for the HOH.