The U.A. film was directed by William Dieterle, after Selznick replaced George Cukor midway through production (hmmm … sounds familiar). The story is about a female (Ginger Rogers) is who on a Christmas furlough from prison halfway through a six year term for manslaughter and meets up with a troubled soldier (Joseph Cotten) on his way home from the service - with each of them keeping their past a secret and only eight days to unravel the truths. Shirley Temple also appears as the blabbermouth niece. After picking up the recent wave of MGM (Selznick) discs, my wife and I just watched I’ll Be Seeing You the other night and the transfer was most impressive. I doubt much was done in the way of restoring or cleaning up, so the original elements must have been in fantastic shape. For those interested, this is a terrific film with an equally impressive presentation. Good job, MGM.