Hollywood, Calif. : Paramount, 
Full screen version.
1 videodisc (ca. 95 min.) : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in.
Paramount DVD collection
DVD; Dolby Digital mono.
Burt Lancaster, Shirley Booth, Terry Moore, Richard Jaeckel, Philip Ober, Edwin Max, Lisa Golm, Walter Kelley.
Producer, Hal B. Wallis ; screenplay, Ketti Frings ; director, Daniel Mann ; director of photography, James Wong Howe ; art directors, Henry Bumstead, Hal Pereira ; editor, Warren Low ; music score, Franz Waxman.
Originally released as a motion picture in 1952.
Based on the original play by William Inge; produced on the stage by The Theatre Guild.
Academy Awards, USA, 1953: Best Actress in a Leading Role (Shirley Booth).
MPAA rating: Not rated.
Lola Delaney is a vulgar, dumpy, less-than-bright "shotgun bride" who is married to recovering alcoholic Doc Delaney. Their unhappy marriage is made even more unhappy when a sexy stranger, Marie, rents a room from Lola. Lola is a tiresome creature who never stops talking, especially about the "imminent" return of her runaway dog Sheba. Doc is having enough trouble staying from the bottle and resigning himself to his marriage without the curvaceous Marie arousing his baser instincts.
Come back, little Sheba (Motion picture : 1952)