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Smash-Up: The Story of a Woman

1947, Drama, 1h 43m

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Nightclub singer Angie Evans (Susan Hayward) puts aside her successful career to marry struggling songwriter Ken Conway (Lee Bowman). Inspired by the birth of their daughter, Ken plays one of his ballads on a morning radio show, and his career explodes. As a stay-at-home wife and mother, Angie finds her shaky self-confidence slipping. Convinced Ken is having an affair with his secretary (Marsha Hunt), Angie begins drinking. When Ken files for divorce, Angie responds by kidnapping their daughter.

Cast & Crew

Susan Hayward
Angelica "Angie", "Angel" Evans Conway
Lee Bowman
Ken Conway
Marsha Hunt
Martha Gray, Elliott's secretary
Eddie Albert
Steve Nelson
Carl Esmond
Dr. Lorenz
Carleton Young
Fred Elliott
Charles D. Brown
Michael 'Mike' Dawson
Sharyn Payne
Angelica 'Angel' Conway
Martin Gabel
Associate Producer
Jimmy McHugh
Non-Original Music
Stanley Cortez
Cinematographer
Milton Carruth
Film Editing
Russell A. Gausman
Set Decoration
Travis Banton
Costume Design
Carmen Dirigo
Hair Stylist
Fred Frank
Assistant Director
Charles Felstead
Sound Director
Joe Lapis
Sound Technician
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  • Apr 05, 2011
    I thought Susan Hayward was excellent in this drama.
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