A Woman's Devotion
|A Woman's Devotion|
|Directed by||Paul Henreid|
|Produced by||John Bash|
|Screenplay by||Robert Hill|
|Story by||Robert Hill|
|Music by||Les Baxter|
|Cinematography||Jorge Stahl Jr.|
|Edited by||Richard L. Van Enger|
|Distributed by||Republic Pictures|
Artist Trevor Stevenson (Meeker), an emotionally scarred World War II veteran, is on honeymoon in Acapulco with his bride Stella (Rule). Shortly after their arrival, two women are murdered. The audience is presented with clues pointing to Trevor's guilt or innocence depending upon one's point of view.
- Ralph Meeker as Trevor Stevenson
- Janice Rule as Stella Stevenson
- Paul Henreid as Capt. Henrique Monteros
- Rosenda Monteros as María
- Fanny Schiller as Señora Reidl
- José Torvay as Gómez
- Yerye Beirute as Amigo Herrera
- Tony Carbajal as Sergeant
- Jaime González Quiñones as Roberto
- Carlos Riquelme as Chief of police
Henreid later claimed the film was "absolutely ruined" by the studio. "It was a decent film, not a great film by any means... apparently they didn't understand the film at all and they cut essential parts."
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