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About the Movie
A stupendous cast marks this poignant drama about a southern landowner who has trouble with his two sons, one of whom is illegitimate. Starring Oscar-nominee Robert Mitchum ("Cape Fear," "Farewell, My Lovely"), George Peppard ("Breakfast at Tiffany's," "How the West Was Won," TV's "The A-Team"), George Hamilton ("The Godfather III," "Love at First Bite" and TV's "Roots") and Oscar-nominee Eleanor Parker ("Caged," "Detective Story"). Directed by Oscar-winner Vincente Minnelli ("Gigi," "An American in Paris").
Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews
- Reviews Counted: 6
- Fresh: 6
- Rotten: 0
- Average Rating: 7.9/10
Top Critics' Reviews
Fresh: Its rhetoric may be laconic and folksy, but its fury and its nobility seem distilled from Shakespeare.
18 years later... I get to see this again!!!!
I"ve looked all over for this movie for 18 years now... That's the last time I saw it on TCM. This is one of the best movies of all time. Better family conflict than Dallas or Dynasty, and a better love story than any thing the teenage actors of today are releasing. You don't have to be a fan of "old" movies to love this one... just a fan of great movies.
Simply the Best
First, I have to say that the actors are amazing. Love Mitchum, Parker, and the younger actors.
The storyline was unique and well written.
The story is about Mitchum and his two sons. Eleanor Parker plays the estranged wife. Parker and Mitchum love each other but are to distanced to admit it from his cheating. His sons are opposites, one raised by Parker and the other raised by himself. Both boys love the same girl. And there is tragedy.
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one of the best dramas of all time u cannot miss it!!!
It has been a favorite for years ... Such a touching family story !!
My husband's favorite movie, and mine, too.. totally agree with Tree111's review.. well spoken... we absolutely love this movie and have for years. Even though it was made in 1960, the storyline is memorable...much deeper and more meaningful and sincere than today's releases.