Director: Michael Curtiz
Writer(s): Ranald MacDougall (screenplay), James M. Cain (novel), William Faulkner, Margaret Gruen, Albert Maltz, Louise Randall Pierson, Catherine Turney, Margaret Buell Wilder, Thames Williamson
Starring: Joan Crawford, Jack Carson, Zachary Scott, Eve Arden, Ann Blyth, Bruce Bennett, Lee Patrick, Moroni Olsen, Veda Ann Borg, Jo Ann Marlowe, Bill Alcorn, Betty Alexander, Ramsay Ames, George Anderson, James Anderson, Robert Arthur, Lynn Baggett, Leah Baird, Dorothy Barrett, Barbara Brown, Elyse Brown, Doria Caron, Wheaton Chambers, John Christian, Wallis Clark, Chester Clute, John Compton, Joyce Compton, Clancy Cooper, David Cota, Tom Dillon, Robert Evans, James Flavin, Bess Flowers, Don Grant, Angela Greene, Dorothy Hack, Charles Jordan, Marjorie Kane, Fred Kelsey, Richard Kipling, Manart Kippen, Perk Lazelle, Marion Lessing, Jimmy Lono, Jean Lorraine, Robert Locke Lorraine, Philo McCullough, Butterfly McQueen, George Meader, Mary Ellen Meyran, Harold Miller, Jack Mower, Frank O’Connor, Jack O’Connor, Garry Owen, Paul Panzer, Helen Pender, Larry Rio, William Ruhl, Jeffrey Sayre, Mary Servoss, John Sheridan, George Tobias, Charles Trowbridge, Johnny Walsh, Joan Wardley, Joan Winfield
Synopsis: A hard-working mother inches towards disaster as she divorces her husband and starts a successful restaurant business to support her spoiled daughter
Release Date: September 28, 1945 | Length: 111 min | Genre: Crime, Drama | Certificate: Passed
Note: Thanks to Ira Harmon for assist with this movie. I’m trying to find out who played the part of Eloise, the other maid serving champagne at the party. She actually has a speaking line but goes uncredited.