I love her in People Will Talk (1951) with Cary Grant, Jeannie Crain, Hume Cronyn and the wonderful Finlay Currie . A great smart script and direction by Mankiewicz. Currie's explanation why he is friends with Cary Grant's character is the stuff of great fiction and who's own story would make a great movie of its own.
And she's downright adorable in "State of the Union" (1948),as Adolphe Menjou's housekeeper with a big crush on hunky reporterVan Johnson.
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