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Once More, My Darling
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(1949)

After the film-noir melodramatics of Lady in the Lake and Ride the Pink Horse, actor/director Robert Montgomery turned to comedy in Once More, My Darling. Montgomery plays a former movie idol hired by the government to woo a young heiress (Ann Blyth). Someone had previously given the girl some jewelry stolen by the Nazis during the war, and the government wants to find out who that someone was. In the grand tradition, Montgomery pursues Blyth until she finally catches him. Produced by longtime Alfred Hitchcock associate Joan Harrison, Once More, My Darling is more conservatively directed than Montgomery's earlier works, though the director earns at least one laugh by playing a clever editing joke.

Runtime:
1:32
Released:
September 24, 1949

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Cast

Trigysqnlpf1kz5xi8gdu7ijeto Robert Montgomery Collier Laing
Q902l5ugmetqqei5qf7rxczd0zs Ann Blyth Marita Connell
Kogaz7rg7hnbfgfvhexkrvykbsc Jane Cowl Mrs. Laing
M6jbxq3znepmbtcey3etu168kg3 Charles McGraw Herman Schmelz
Mf7beds0h2nntqvwlbvkseqtulj Lillian Randolph Mamie
Dmdgm5shp6gjdbbanzmhtrym4kn Taylor Holmes Jed Connell
Qyu5z3ps6ac9ek5fb68bamsjtml Roland Winters Col. Head
1x9ijlrz1hpiqxcntvsqkwqzmgx Steven Geray Kalzac
Hq65x5suif4laogbdb93gltbuba John Ridgely Burke
Maurice Cass Dr. Grasser
Awqg3n2mwykawhm0heqdgtl1wxi Don Beddoe Judge Fraser
Louise Lorimer Mrs. Fraser
Wilton Graff Frobisher
Hvxrkqfjoqsu6kkmvaok6nnjqfk Ray Teal Truck Driver

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Robert Montgomery Director