The Bigamist

1953, Drama, 1h 20m

9 Reviews 250+ Ratings

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San Francisco businessman Harry Graham (Edmond O'Brien) and his wife and business partner, Eve (Joan Fontaine), are in the process of adopting a child. When private investigator Jordan (Edmund Gwenn) uncovers the fact that Graham has another wife, Phyllis (Ida Lupino), and a small child in Los Angeles, he confesses everything. In flashback, Graham tells of the strains in his marriage with Eve and how he found himself falling for the kind-hearted waitress Phyllis while on a business trip.

Cast & Crew

Edmond O'Brien
Harry Graham, Harrison Graham
Ida Lupino
Phyllis Martin
Edmund Gwenn
Mr. Jordan
Jane Darwell
Mrs. Connelley
Peggy Maley
Phone Operator
Mack Williams
Prosecuting Attorney (uncredited)
James Todd
Carl Forbes (uncredited)
James Young
Graham's Former Boss (uncredited)
John Brown
Dr. Wallace (uncredited)
Jerry Hausner
Roy Esterly (uncredited)
Kem Dibbs
Tour Bus Driver (uncredited)
Ken Drake
Court Clerk
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  • Sep 09, 2018
    Ida Lupino fluidly directs and stars in this curious piece that seems to look as if it wants to rationalise a gentleman having 2 wives. Ed O'Brien is the poor travelling salesman who gets lonely on the road, who loves 2 women, and Ed Gwynne is the agency guy who discovers his secret. This was better than I thought it was going to be and Lupino rises on my estimation for the conscious choices she makes as a director that are different from usual studio think. Give her a shot, she earns it.
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