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My Reputation (1946) was a Drama - Romance Film directed by Curtis Bernhardt and produced by Henry Blanke and Jack L. Warner.

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Chicago Film Club Holiday Movie: "My Reputation" December 10 at Daystar Center

By Stephen Reginald on Dec 4, 2016 From Classic Movie Man

Chicago Film Club Holiday Movie: "My Reputation" December 10 at Daystar Center Annual Holiday Film: My Reputation Where: The Venue 1550 at the Daystar Center, 1550 S. State Street, Chicago, IL When: December 10, 2016 Time: 6:45 p.m. Hosted by Stephen Reginald My Reputation (1946) stars Barbar... Read full article

My Reputation (1946)

By Beatrice on Feb 4, 2015 From Flickers in Time

My Reputation Directed by Curtis Bernhardt Written by Catherine Terney from a novel by Clare Jaynes 1946/USA Warner Bros. First viewing/Amazon Instant Taking over a role that might otherwise gone to?Bette Davis, Barbara Stanwyck is absolutely terrific in a?glossy Warner Brothers “woman... Read full article

My Reputation (1946)

By Lindsey on May 18, 2012 From The Motion Pictures

Jessica talks to her sons, Keith and Kim (Image via photobucket) My Reputation is a film that showcases the North’s catty side. Stories of gossip and rumor mills are typically set in high-class Southern societies, but this one is set somewhere very different: the metropolitan Chicago area. Jes... Read full article

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Mrs. Mary Kimball: [to Jess] Our kind of people wear black.

Mrs. Mary Kimball: [to Jess] The world allows considerable liberty to wives it has never allowed to widows. I notice, for instance, you're no longer wearing black.

Jessica Drummond: How neat you are, Frank!
Frank Everett: That's what comes of being a bachelor all your life.

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Originally George Brent was to have appeared with equal billing, but by the time the movie was actually prepared to be released he had switched studios. So the Barbara Stanwyck's name appears alone.
Filmed in 1943, not released until 1946.
Ginna's husband, played by John Ridghely, is named Cary Abbott, and his Lake Tahoe cabin is referred to as the Grant cabin, a probable in-joke.
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