[Speaking of Ida Lupino, she and Robert Ryan just appear out of nowhere as spectators during one of the tennis matches played by Sally Forrest's character. It was a little unnerving. I mean, you expect Robert Ryan to sock somebody, right?] It's not a really good movie, but worth it for the sports angle and the sweetness of the boyfriend and father figures.
She does show up in an episode of Alfred Hitchcock Presents (the Murder, She Wrote of the late 1950s), as an American journalist who finds herself caught up in Cold War intrigue with a hot young Jacques Bergerac, and old enemy stand-bys, Werner Klemperer (Col. Klink) and John Banner (Sgt. Schultz). Don't take my word for it; just watch for yourself.
Meanwhile, Happy 101st Birthday, Claire Trevor. There was and is no one like you.