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Set in a post-war Paris of black marketeering and the rooting-out of Nazi collaborators, with Dennis Morgan as a cynical café owner, it was an unsuccesssful attempt to be emulate Casablanca, but Darcel's one scene (unbilled) as a buxom bar singer delivering a seductive version of the French standard "La Vie En Rose", was a highlight.
The film's female star was Viveca Lindfors, one of several continental actresses of the time whom Hollywood vainly hoped might equal the impact of Greta Garbo or Ingrid Bergman; Darcel would join that list, along with such actresses as Marta Toren, Micheline Presle and Corinne Calvet. " A hit with both critics and audiences, Battleground won an Oscar for its writer, Robert Pirosh, and Darcel figured in one of the film's few light moments when her zestful cutting of a loaf of bread, slicing it with the knife pointing towards her breasts, causes a perturbed GI (Van Johnson) to leap up and warn her of possible injury.
Capitalising on this, she fashioned a night-club act built around risqué songs that suited her saucy personality, touring the night-spots of the Riviera and performing as a featured singer at the Comedie Francaise.
She then travelled to the US as the "GI Bride" of an American army captain, and though the marriage proved short-lived she was spotted by a talent scout from Warners and made her screen debut in Delmer Daves' To The Victor (1948).