Ben Mankiewicz Intro - Edward, My Son (1949)
Ben Mankiewicz introduces Edward, My Son, 1949.
Edward, My Son - (Original Trailer)
Spencer Tracy plays a possessive father who destroys anyone who threatens his plans for Edward, My Son (1949).
Edward, My Son (1949) -- (Movie Clip) We Want Him To Have The Best
Birthday cake is the device showing the age of the title character, the narrative framed by his later very-rich father (Spencer Tracy), who with his wife Evelyn (Deborah Kerr), gets bad news from an expert (Walter Fitzgerald) and family friend Dr. Woodhope (Ian Hunter), in Edward, My Son, 1949.
Edward, My Son (1949) -- (Movie Clip) I've Started The Fire
London between the wars, Spencer Tracy as Boult, our narrator whom we know will become very rich, and lose his son, confronted by his partner (Mervyn Johns), who wants out of the scheme to burn their business for money, to pay for the boys operation, in Edward, My Son, 1949.
Edward, My Son (1949) -- (Movie Clip) I Want Your Opinion
Spencer Tracy addresses the camera, as in the original play by Robert Morley and Noel Langley, opening the MGM-British production, directed by George Cukor, as industrialist Boult, flashing back to join Deborah Kerr as his wife, in Edward, My Son, 1949.