|Fredric March and Kim Novak|
"A small bubble of middle-aged sanity has been punctured."
56-year-old Jerry Kingsley (Fredric March, who was actually in his sixties) is a widower in the garment business who consoles Betty (Kim Novak), a woman who works for him one evening, and then finds himself falling for her. She agrees to date him but tells him bluntly that she could never love a man old enough to be her father. Or could she? Both Kingsley's and Betty's families are horrified when they learn that the two are engaged.
|Novak and March|
Verdict: Just beautiful. ****.