Three Secrets (1950)





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Three Secrets is a darker variation on a theme first explored in A Letter to Three Wives (1949). There's only one survivor when a private plane crashes in the mountains of California. That survivor is a five-year-old boy, who hovers between life and death. As efforts continue to save the boy, three women -- Susan Chase (Eleanor Parker), Phyllis Horn (Patricia Neal) and Ann Lawrence (Ruth Roman) -- wait in agony. Years earlier, each of the three women had given up a baby son for adoption. Could it be that the little boy on the mountain top is actually the son of one of the three women? And if so, how many painful secrets will be revealed in the next few hours?
Classics , Drama
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Warner Bros.


Eleanor Parker
as Susan Adele Connors Chase
Patricia Neal
as Phyllis Horn
Ruth Roman
as Ann Lawrence
Frank Lovejoy
as Bob Duffy
Leif Erickson
as Bill Chase
Ted de Corsia
as Del Prince
Edmon Ryan
as Hardin
Larry Keating
as Mark Harrison
Katherine Warren
as Mrs. Connors
Arthur Franz
as Paul Radin
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A well-constructed but poorly paced formulaic soap opera, that turns sentimental with its feel-good surprise ending.

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