Miss Sadie Thompson (1953)

Life is dull for a squad of marines stationed on a sleepy south Pacific island, but their routine is turned upside-down with the arrival of Sadie Thompson (Rita Hayworth), a fun-loving gal who is stuck in Hawaii for a week as she waits for the ship that will take her to her new job as a nightclub singer. The rowdy fun she provokes quickly draws the attention of Alfred Davidson (Jose Ferrer), a pious missionary who suspects that Sadie has had a shady past. Davidson uses his influence to expel Sadie from the island, just as she and a friendly sergeant (Aldo Ray) have begun to fall in love. This act leads to a fiery emotional climax. The fourth adaptation of a short story by Somerset Maugham

Starring: Rita Hayworth, José Ferrer, Aldo Ray, Charles Bronson

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