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Yudit Lang almost 5 years ago
No Man of Her Own is a 1950 drama starring Barbara Stanwyck. It was the second she made with director Mitchell Leisen. It was based on a Cornell Woolrich novel, I Married a Dead Man. Woolrich is credited as William Irish in the film's opening credits. The film was later remade in 1996 as Mrs. Winterbourne, starring Shirley MacLaine, Ricki Lake and Brendan Fraser. There is also a 1970 Bollywood remake, Kati Patang, for which Asha Parekh won the Filmfare Best Actress Award. Helen Ferguson, (Barbara Stanwyck), is eight months pregnant and unmarried. When she goes to her unfaithful boyfriend Morley for help, all he gives her is a train ticket back to where she came from. The train crashes while Helen is on board, and she is mistaken for the pregnant wife of another man who was killed on the train. She gives birth to her child and is accepted by the Harknesses, the family of the dead woman's husband, Hugh Harkness (who also was killed in the crash). Since the family had never seen their...
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