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The Perfect Marriage

The Perfect Marriage(1947)

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According to the screen credits, David Niven appeared in the film by arrangement with Samuel Goldwyn. The film opens with the statement, "A Perfect Marriage is like a perfect crime...you never really get away with it...SOLOMON(?)." Frederick Hollander was borrowed from Warner Bros. to write this film's score. According to a January 1945 Hollywood Reporter news item, Barbara Stanwyck was originally slated to play the lead in the picture. This was Eddie Albert's first film after serving two-and-a-half years in the Navy. According to a Hollywood Reporter news item, Don DeFore was added to the film's cast in the first days of shooting; however, he was not in the released film. Ray Milland and Lizbeth Scott appeared in a Lux Radio Theatre broadcast of Samson Raphaelson's story on April 12, 1948.