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The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit (1956)

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Starring (View all)
Gregory Peck Gregory Peck
Tom Rath
Jennifer Jones Jennifer Jones
Betsy Rath
Fredric March Fredric March
Ralph Hopkins
Marisa Pavan Marisa Pavan
Maria Montagne
Lee J. Cobb Lee J. Cobb
Judge Bernstein
Ann Harding Ann Harding
Helen Hopkins
Keenan Wynn Keenan Wynn
Sgt. Caesar Gardella
Gene Lockhart Gene Lockhart
Bill Hawthorne


Written by
Nunnally Johnson Nunnally Johnson
(screenplay)
Sloan Wilson Sloan Wilson
(novel)


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The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit

2 weeks, 6 days ago at Nov 22 2:06
There’s an exchange late in The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit that sums up the movie better than I can. While discussing a speech for work Gregory Peck presses Jennifer Jones for her opinion on it, and she dubs it a bit boring. Peck responds, “Is that all, just boring?” Jones pauses for a moment before adding, “I hate to say it darling, but I think some of it is a little silly, too.”   ... read more
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Tom Rath (Gregory Peck) is a suburban father and husband haunted by his memories of World War II, including a wartime romance with Italian village girl Maria (Marisa Pavan), which resulted in an illegitimate son he's never seen. Pressed by his unhappy wife (Jennifer Jones) to get a higher-paying job, Rath goes to work as a public relations man for television network president Ralph Hopkins (Fredric March). Drawn into poisonous office politics, Tom finds he must choose his career or his family.
Release date: 8 May 1956
UPC: 024543190677
Tags: Drama (3), 1956 (3), 1950s (3), HQ (1), WWII (1), World War II (1), War (1), Gregory Peck (1), Romance (1), 50's (1)
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JxSxPx posted a review 2 weeks, 6 days ago

The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit

“There’s an exchange late in The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit that sums up the movie better than I can. While discussing a speech for work Gregory Peck presses Jennifer Jones for her opinion on it, and she dubs it a bit boring. Peck responds, “Is that all, just boring?” Jones pauses for a moment before adding, “I hate to say it darling, but I think some of it is a little silly, too.”   There are two unforgiving problems with The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit: it’s punishing long and incredibly dull. These two fatal flaws consume all of the good points, mainly Gregory Peck’s dependable moral decency, and they cannot overpower the stolid nature of the material and the unexciting direction. The story is just too thin for 153 minutes, and it’s clear that a good thirty minutes ” read more

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"Maybe there is something wrong with me but... This movie was getting on my nerves. No, it's not true in this way. It was getting to... nowhere with me. I found it didactic in some places, very sketchy and implausible in details (getting a high paid executive job right away in a tv network (?) by practically walking in from the street? C'mon. And what exactly is he doing there? Why is the top guy obsessed with him without his showing any kind of work? And what's the fuss about this so called 'cam"



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