|Writers||Horace McCoy (screenplay)
Irving Wallace (screenplay)
|Cast||Charlton Heston Lizabeth Scott Dianne Foster Mildred Dunnock Arthur Franz Ray Collins Marjorie Rambeau Lester Matthews Rhys Williams Lydia Clarke Chris Alcaide Robert Keys Frank Sully Ann Robinson Dorothy Green|
|Plot||There is no way to write a "spoiler"---is there actually somebody somewhere who, ten minutes into this 1950's film, wouldn't know where it is going and will end up---since it is a strictly written-by-the-numbers corruption and redemption meller that finds: number 1, a doctor returns from the Korean War to his Pennsylvania mining hometown, (and 2) must choose between dedicating himself to treating the suffering poor (or 3) build himself a swank office and get rich by flattering wealthy women with imaginary ailments. Throw in elements no. 5,Lizabeth Scott as a rich, spoiled, twice-divorced woman with a lip stiffer than his, and number 6, Dianne Foster as a nurse bent on helping all mankind, and there are no surprises left, especially if one take note of the name of Irving Wallace among the writers, the title and Scott billed above Foster. The only surprise here is that this film wasn't from Universal-International and directed by Douglas Sirk.... see Bad for Each Other on IMDb|
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