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    Giant

    Poster of the movie Giant
    Year1956
    Run time3h21m
    GenreDrama
    Directed byGeorge Stevens
    Written byEdna Ferber, Fred Guiol
    CompanyWarner Bros.Warner Bros.Warner Bros.
    3 reviews7.0
    G
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    Guide for parents: Rated G in the USA.
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    Guide for parents: Rated G in the USA.
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    Guide for parents: Rated G in the USA.
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    Guide for parents: Rated G in the USA.
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    Guide for parents: Rated G in the USA.
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    Guide for parents: Rated G in the USA.
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    Guide for parents: Rated G in the USA.

    Synopsis

    Living up to its towering title with its grandiose setting (a great Gothic house looming out of the flatness around Marfa, Texas), epic length and prodigious cast, Giant begins like a chronicle of death foretold, as upstart oil wildcatter Jett Rink (James Dean, in his last role before his fatal car accident), whose spondaic name embodies Eisenhower's America, seemingly measures his own mortality as he walks the horizon line assessing his newly acquired land. The decades-long rivalry between Rink and his old boss, wealthy rancher "Bick" Benedict (Rock Hudson), is further complicated by Rink's infatuation with Bick's refined but fiery Virginia belle wife Leslie (Taylor), who is appalled by the Texan traditions of rowdiness, racism and rampant machismo.

    Starring

    Elizabeth Taylor
    Rock Hudson
    James Dean
    Carroll Baker
    Chill Wills
    Mercedes McCambridge
    Dennis Hopper
    Sal Mineo
    Rod Taylor
    Earl Holliman
    Barbara Barrie
    Nick Adams
    + MORE

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