Always in My Heart

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Always in My Heart is a 1942 drama film directed by Jo Graham, starring Kay Francis and Walter Huston.

Synopsis[edit]

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MacKenzie Scott (Walter Huston), a brilliant musician, is falsely convicted of murder and sentenced to life. While Scott languishes in prison, his long-suffering ex-wife Marjorie (Kay Francis) raises their two children to adulthood. Out of respect for Scott, whom she still loves, Marjorie never reveals to the kids that their father is in jail, insisting instead that Scott has long since died.

The spanking scene[edit]

At mealtime, one of the boys is given a quick on-the-spot spanking (F/m, mostly off screen) for misbehaving in the kitchen. The adults, seated at the table in the adjoining dining room, react amused.

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