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    A Place in the Sun

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    Year1951
    Run time2h02m
    GenreRomantic drama
    Directed byGeorge Stevens
    Written byTheodore Dreiser, Patrick Kearney
    CompanyParamount PicturesParamount PicturesParamount Pictures
    One review8.0
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    Synopsis

    As George Eastman (Clift) hitchhikes into the town where a job awaits him at the factory of his affluent Uncle Charles (Herbert Heyes), the lovely Angela Vickers (Taylor) speeds by him. Although the job entails packing bathing suits all day, the young man works hard in his eagerness to get ahead. Driven by loneliness, he becomes involved with coworker Alice Tripp (Shelley Winters), a simple woman of limited appeal, in a relationship which defies company policy. After receiving a promotion, he's invited to a party at the home of the wealthy Vickers family, where he meets Angela, and the two quickly fall in love. While he and Angela continue to see each other, he is forced to continue his involvement with Alice, who threatens to get him fired by revealing their relationship. At the end of a whirlwind summer George and Angela receive the approval of her father (Sheppard Strudwick) on their marriage plans. Shortly thereafter, Alice informs George that she's pregnant with his child.

    Starring

    Montgomery Clift
    Elizabeth Taylor
    Shelley Winters
    Anne Revere
    Raymond Burr
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