In a dramatic role right after the Astaire years, Ginger Rogers proved yet again that she had more than enough star quality herself to carry major films. A minor classic and a very typical "woman's picture" of its day, KITTY FOYLE details its feisty heroine's romances with two men. Wyn
(Morgan) is the embodiment of the society scions Kitty has watched entering Philadelphia's classiest ball every year. The two fall in love when she becomes his secretary, but his social obligations continually tear them apart, even to the point where he marries another woman. Kitty later begins a
sincere if casual romance with Mark (Craig), a struggling young doctor. Eventually accep...