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|Barbara Stanwyck||Thelma Jordon|
|Wendell Corey||Cleve Marshall|
|Paul Kelly||Miles Scott|
|Joan Tetzel||Pamela Blackwell Marshall|
|Stanley Ridges||Kingsley Willis|
|Richard Rober||Tony Laredo|
|Minor Watson||Honorable Calvin H. Blackwell|
|Barry Kelley||District Attorney William Pierce|
|Kasey Rogers||Dolly - Cleve's Secretary (as Laura Elliot)|
|Basil Ruysdael||Judge Jonathan David Hancock|
|Jane Novak||Mrs. Blackwell|
|Gertrude Hoffman||Aunt Vera Edwards (as Gertrude W. Hoffman)|
|Kate Drain Lawson||Clara (as Kate Lawson)|
|Jonathan Corey||Timmy Marshall|
|Robin Corey||Joan Marshall|
"Most men have known at least one"
Stanwyck plays Thelma Jordon, a woman who late one night shows up in the office of married Assistant district attorney Cleve Marshall (Wendell Corey) with a story about prowlers and burglars. Before Cleve can stop himself, he and Thelma are involved in a love affair. But Thelma is a mysterious woman, and Cleve can't help wondering if she is hiding something.When her rich aunt is found shot, Jordon calls not the police but Marshall, who helps her cover up evidence that may incriminate her. When she emerges as the prime suspect, he sabotages the prosecution. Thelma Jordon is acquitted. Her past, however, has begun to catch up with her.