In this emotional 1941 drama, for which Grant was nominated for an Academy award, Cary Grant and Irene Dunne play a married couple who endure emotional hardships in their marriage. During a trip to Japan, they are caught in an earthquake which causes Julie Adams (Dunne) to have a miscarriage. When they learn she can no longer have children, the couple then adopt a little girl. They struggle with money issues, keeping their parental rights, and Roger Adams (Grant) losing his job. Further tragedy with their adopted child threatens their marriage with collapse.
Presented by Columbia Pictures, directed and produced by George Stevens, written by Martha Cheavens and Morrie Ryskind.
Running time: 119 minutes