Director: Raoul Walsh
Cubs were in weather delay, so I put on The Man I Love (1947) so that I might continue on my Ida journey.
Ida Lupino had previously starred in High Sierra for director Raoul Walsh, and he must have known he had about four choices in Hollywood to pull off the part of Petey Brown (my new favorite character name in anything, ever), and by 1947, Crawford and Stanwyck were not going to sell the age Petey needed to be in relation to all the other members of her family.
There's a lot of reasons to like this movie, but not least because Ida Lupino is in fabulous gowns and other outfits. She's... well cared for on this movie in some ways (she also apparently suffered from legit exhaustion on the movie, which makes me think in other ways, she was run ragged), with gorgeous lighting, hair and make-up in every scene.