The Girl Who Had Everything is a feature film directed by Richard Thorpe and produced by Armande Deutsch for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. The film features William Powell in his last MGM feature and one of his last film roles before retirement. The screenplay was written by Art Cohn, based upon a play by Willard Mack, which in turn was based on the novel A Free Soul by Adela Rogers St. Johns. The play and novel were also inspiration for an earlier film adaptation called A Free Soul . Steve Latimer is a successful defense attorney who has tried to give his daughter Jean everything he can in life....
|Directed by:||Richard Thorpe|
|Music by:||André Previn|