Alimony
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One thing you can say about Alimony: It tackled a subject that virtually everyone in Hollywood was intimately familiar with. Martha Vickers plays a ruthless young woman who has hit upon a clever (if not original) method of fattening her bank account. She seeks out relationships with wealthy married men, gets them to leave their wives to marry her, then cooks up "alienation of affection" and "adultery" cases against them. As a result, she invariably leaves the divorce court with a huge alimony settlement. Eventually she graduates from breaking hearts to breaking laws, and is… More

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"An unappealing minor Poverty Row film noir about using the alimony laws in a fraudulent way to fleece rich husbands."
‑ Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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