This was a terrible movie, but interesting because it was made in 1953.
Film students and movie fans should watch it.
There were a couple of good, David Mamet-type lines. Here’s one of them, delivered by Victor Jory:
“Believe me baby; if I ever fell in love with you I’d chase you across the world, around the moon, and all the way stations in between.”
Here’s another, by the character, Walt:
“You’re too smart for me baby. I like ’em stupid.”