A Place in the Sun (1951)
|'When that RDD comes along, I'm going to have an awful time forgetting what you look like...'|
The thing that kills me about this movie is how sneaky it is. You just ache for George to shake himself off from that frowzy tart Alice and to have a happily ever after with a Elizabeth Taylor (Angela), beckoning with youth and dripping with money. (I'm rooting for the wrong thing!) I have to wonder if Angela will swear off men for the next decade or so...
Not Once but Twice: Our heroine is in love with the younger brother...or thinks she is - then ends up with the richer older brother. I'm on it:
|I'll catch you in the third act.|
Betty Keira says: 'You all know I have a thing about Audrey Hepburn so my calculus would ax her and keep Bogart...'