Place In The Sun, A (1951) - (Movie Clip) It's An Eastman
Director George Stevens opening, re-setting Book Two of Theodore Dreisers An American Tragedy, published in 1925, in current times, introducing Montgomery Clift, whom we will learn is George Eastman, in A Place In The Sun, 1951, with Elizabeth Taylor and Shelley Winters.
Place in the Sun, A - (Original Trailer)
Montgomery Clift and ELizabeth Taylor star in A Place in the Sun, an adaptation of the Theodore Dreiser novel. An American Tragedy.
Place In The Sun, A (1951) -- (Movie Clip) We're In Trouble
George (Montgomery Clift) has kept girlfriend Alice (Shelley Winters) waiting with his birthday dinner, while he fell for a society girl, at a party hosted by his rich relatives, who employ them both, unaware of her big news, director George Stevens using just one shot, in A Place In The Sun, 1951.
Place In The Sun, A (1951) -- (Movie Clip) Aren't You Happy With Me?
Enormous music and close-ups, as working-class George (Montgomery Clift) and society girl Angela (Elizabeth Taylor) realize they've fallen, his pregnant girlfriend among the things he's not mentioning, in George Stevens' A Place In The Sun, 1951.
Place In The Sun, A (1951) -- (Movie Clip) Misspent Youth
Not the first encounter but the first chat, sparked by his not-faked pool shooting, between factory worker George Eastman (Montgomery Clift) and jet-set Angela (Elizabeth Taylor), with her host, his uncle and employer (Herbert Heyes) cutting-in, in George Stevens' A Place In The Sun, 1951.
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Place In The Sun, A (1951) -- (Movie Clip) It's More Like Social Work
The prosperous Eastmans (Herbert Heyes, Kathryn Givney and kids Keefe Brasselle, Lois Chartrand), who own a factory in fictional Carthage, receive poor relation George (Montgomery Clift), before all are swept away by Angela Vickers (Elizabeth Taylor) early in George Stevens A Place In The Sun, 1951.
Place In The Sun, A (1951) -- (Movie Clip) You're Not In The Same Boat
Director George Stevens details the progress of George Eastman (Montgomery Clift), now employed by his factory-owning relatives, pining for socialite Elizabeth Taylor and, though warned not to fraternize, getting friendly with co-worker Alice (Shelley Winters), in A Place In The Sun. 1951.