|Stronger Than Desire|
|Directed by||Leslie Fenton|
|Written by||David Hertz|
|Based on||remake of 1932 film Evelyn Prentice|
Ann E. Todd
|Music by||David Snell|
|Cinematography||William H. Daniels|
|Edited by||W. Donn Hayes|
Believing her husband Tyler has been seeing another woman, Barbara Winter, behind her back, Elizabeth Flagg begins a relationship with Michael McLain, who then blackmails her with her love letters. During a struggle for the letters, a gun goes off, McLain falls and Elizabeth flees. But police find McLain's wife, Eva, near the body and charge her with murder.
With a guilty conscience, Elizabeth asks her husband, a lawyer, to defend Eva in court. He endeavors to prove someone else did the shooting, unaware his own wife was directly involved. Eva eventually confesses, but is set free when it is determined that she acted in self-defense.
- Virginia Bruce as Elizabeth Flagg
- Walter Pidgeon as Tyler Flagg
- Lee Bowman as Michael McLain
- Ann Dvorak as Eva McLain
- Ilka Chase as Jo Brennan
- Rita Johnson as Barbara Winter
- Richard Lane as Jerry Brody
- Ann E. Todd as Susan Flagg (credited as Ann Todd)
- Paul Stanton as Assistant D.A. Galway
- Ferike Boros as Mrs. D'Amoro
- King Baggot as Juror (uncredited)
- Barbara Bedford as Miss Watson - Flagg's Secretary (uncredited)
- Louis Jean Heydt as Court Appointed Attorney (uncredited)
According to MGM records the film earned $263,000 in the US and Canada and $160,000 elsewhere, making a profit of $1,000.
- The Eddie Mannix Ledger, Los Angeles: Margaret Herrick Library, Center for Motion Picture Study.
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