DIRECTED BY WALTER LANG
PRODUCED BY WALTER MOROSCO
MUSIC BY CYRIL J. MOCKRIDGE
TWENTIETH CENTURY FOX FILM CORPORATION
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An actress becomes taken with Hitty, a young orphan prone to dreaming.
Julie soon finds out that she is ill and has only a short time to live.
She decides to adopt the child so that her husband Bill will not be alone when she dies.
Unfortunately, Bill is not charmed by Hitty. After Julie dies.
Bill is so grief stricken, he shuts out everyone in his life, especially Hitty.
Hitty begins to receive imaginary visits from Julie who offers
Hitty advice on how to make Bill happy.
Bill does not believe she's seen Julie and decides to send her back to the orphanage.
Rather than go back, Hitty runs away.
After Bill hears a record Julie recorded before she died,
he finally realizes he must move on with his life and find Hitty.
Written by Daniel Bubbeo
John Payne .... William O. Weatherly
Maureen O'Hara .... Julie Beck/Weatherly
William Bendix .... Donnelly aka Uncle Don
Cedric Hardwicke .... Dr. Jim Miller (as Sir Cedric Hardwicke)
Glenn Langan .... Judson
Mischa Auer .... Gregory Petrovich Rogozhin
Connie Marshall .... Mehitabel, aka Hitty Weatherly
Kurt Kreuger .... Walt Wilson
Trudy Marshall .... Ruth
Ruth Nelson .... Mrs. McMasters
Dorothy Adams .... Martha
Mary Gordon .... Agnes
Lillian Bronson .... Miss Benson
Olive Blakeney .... Mrs. Deane
James Flavin .... Detective Sergeant McFarland
Mary Field .... Chaperon
Byron Foulger .... Mr. Tweedy
George E. Stone .... Toy Hawker
John Davidson .... Floorwalker
William Haade .... Bus Driver
Bert Hicks .... Actor
Shirley Jean Barton .... Orphan Girl (uncredited)
Carol Ann Beekly .... Orphan Girl (uncredited)
Mary Ann Bricker .... Orphan Girl (uncredited)
Donna Cooke .... Orphan Girl (uncredited)
Carol Coombs .... Orphan Girl (uncredited)
Teddy Infuhr .... Boy on Bus (uncredited)
Peggy Miller .... Girl (uncredited)
Nelia Gardner White (story The Little Horse)
"Lux Radio Theater" broadcast a 60 minute radio adaptation of the movie on September 23, 1946 with John Payne reprising his film role.
Laguna Beach, California, USA