Peyton Place (1957) - (Movie Clip) Begin By Getting Out
Fairly pointed first conference between new high school principal Rossi (Lee Philips) and frosty single mom Constance (Lana Turer), under the pretense of discussing her daughter, in Mark Robson's film from the Grace Metalious novel, Peyton Place, 1957.
Peyton Place - (Original Trailer)
Lana Turner clashes with her daughter over a man in the movie version of the then-scandalous best seller Peyton Place (1957).
Peyton Place (1957) -- (Movie Clip) More Passionate Than Reason
Janitor Lucas (Arthur Kennedy) commiserates with veteran teacher Miss Thornton (Mildred Dunnock), who had been favored to become the new principal, when board member Swain (Lloyd Nolan) brings in Rossi (Lee Philips), who got the job, in Peyton Place, 1957, from the Grace Metalious novel.
Peyton Place (1957) -- (Movie Clip) Fathers And Husbands And Marriage
Beloved but impoverished maid Nellie (Betty Field) arrives, greeted by her employer Constance (Lana Turner, her first scene) and lively daughter Allison (Diane Varsi), early in Mark Robson's Peyton Place, the hit 1957 adaptation of the Grace Metalious novel.
Peyton Place (1957) -- (Movie Clip) I've Made My Choice
Rossi the new principal (Lee Philips) has graciously asked veteran teacher Miss Thornton (Mildred Dunnock) to lead Auld Lang Syne at the graduation dance, after which he thanks widow-parent Constance (Lana Turner) for acting as a chaperone, then continues, in Peyton Place, 1957, the scandalous box-office hit from producer Jerry Wald.