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  1. I'm trying to find the title of a classic movie (1940s or 50s). It begins with a man who has been drinking wrecking his car with a woman (not his wife) in the passenger seat following a party at his home. The accident occurs at night across the road from a neighboring cottage that a designer/artist woman (from NYC I believe) has rented for the summer to work on her designs for a magazine. As the movie goes on, the man is unhappily married to his wife, works for his wife's father, and falls in love with the woman in the cottage. Scenes from the movie include the wife bringing a basket of flower
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