Please Believe Me

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Producer Val Lewton abandoned the "psychological horror" efforts of his RKO days when he moved to MGM in 1950. Lewton's Please Believe Me is a simple, sometimes simplistic romantic comedy, designed principally as a showcase for Deborah Kerr. The star plays Alison Kirbe, an English girl who inherits a Texas ranch. Once word gets out that Alison is in town, she is pursued by three bachelors. Terence Keath (Robert Walker) hopes to marry Alison so that he can square his gambling debts. Jeremy Taylor (Peter Lawford) is too wealthy to consider marriage, but he hopes to have a no-strings-attached good time with Alison. And Matthew Kinston (Mark Stevens) is Alison's all-business attorney, ever on the alert for any fortune hunters who might prey on his client. Guess who she winds up with in the end. As it turned out, Please Believe Me was Val Lewton's cinematic swan song; he died not long after the film's release. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi


Deborah Kerr
as Alison Kirbe
Robert Walker
as Terence Keath
Mark Stevens
as Matthew Kinston
Peter Lawford
as Jeremy Tayler
James Whitmore
as Vincent Maran
J. Carroll Naish
as Lucky Reilly
Spring Byington
as Mrs. Milwright
Carol Savage
as Sylvia Rumley
Drue Mallory
as Beryl Robinson
George Cleveland
as Mr. Cooper
Ian Wolfe
as Edward Warrender
Bridget Carr
as Lily Milwright
Henri Letondal
as Jacques Carnet
Gaby André
as Mme. Carnet
Leon Belasco
as The Croupier
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