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No Sad Songs For Me

1950 Drama Not Rated 89 Minutes

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On DVD August 3, 2011


Told she has an incurable disease that has left her with ten months to live, Mary Scott (Margaret Sullavan, The Shop Around the Corner) keeps the news a secret and vows to make the most of her remaining time with husband Brad (Wendell Corey, Rear Window) and their twelve-year-old daughter, Polly (Natalie Wood, Splendor in the Grass). When she notices a growing attraction between Brad and his new assistant, Chris Radna (Viveca Lindfors, King of Kings), Mary sees an opportunity to secure a happier future for her family. After hearing that Chris is planning to leave town, Mary first persuades her to stay. Then, after spiriting Brad away for a second honeymoon, she leaves Polly with Chris so that they can bond in the hope that her husband's affair will blossom once she's gone. No Sad Songs for Me is a tear-jerker from cinematographer-turned-director Rudolph Mate (The Dark Past, Paula) with splendid performances all-around, especially from Sullavan in her final feature role. Newly remastered.

Not Rated.