Kate Bosworth and her twin sister Patricia fall in love with Nantucket lighthouse inspector Bill Emerson. Patricia and Bill are married. To forget, Kate returns to painting. Bill goes to Chile; Kate and Patricia go sailing; Patricia is washed overboard and drowned. Kate's boat capsizes and, when she recovers consciousness ashore, she (believed to be Patricia) is told that Bill is returning from Chile.
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BETTE DAVIS IN HER GREATEST OF ALL HER TRIUMPHS! (original ad - all caps)
Did You Know?
This film, along with his previous post-war picture, Gilda
(1946), relaunched Glenn Ford
's career after spending two years in the U.S. Marines during World War II. See more
When Mr. Folger looks through his binoculars at the twins in their storm-tossed sailboat, the view is one of fair weather. See more
Lonely people want friends. They have to search very hard for them. It's difficult for them to find...
Other lonely people.
Referenced in All About Bette
The Sailor's Hornpipe
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