Critics and the public say Karen Stone is too old -- as she approaches 50 -- for her role in a play she is about to take to Broadway. Her businessman husband, 20 years her senior, has been the angel for the play and gives her a way out: They are off to a holiday in Rome for his health. He suffers a fatal heart attack on the plane. Mrs. Stone stays in Rome. She leases a magnificent apartment with a view of the seven hills from the terrace. Then the contessa comes calling to introduce a young man named Paola to her. The contessa knows many presentable young men and lonely American widows. Written by
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The handkerchief Karen Stone takes out is different from the one picked up by the young man outside. See more
Contessa Magda Terribili-Gonzales
Listen, Paolo, there's no such thing as a great American lady. Great ladies do not occur in a nation less than 200 years old.
The Warner Brothers shield logo which normally introduces a Warner Brothers film appears at the end of this film instead of at the beginning. See more
Referenced in Nancy Drew
Love Is a Bore
Music by Richard Addinsell
Lyrics by Paddy Roberts See more