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Written and directed by Philip Dunne (who penned the extraordinary screenplays for How Green Was My Valley and The Ghost and Mrs. Muir), Hilda Crane (1956) stars Jean Simmons as a twice-divorced woman returning from New York to her small-minded home town. There, she’s swiftly in trouble, pinballing between an aggressive French lover (Jean-Pierre Aumont) and a meek if nice local boy (Guy Madison) while the whole town talks. Highlighted by a gorgeous score from David Raksin (Laura), available on this Twilight Time release as an isolated track.