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|Clark Gable||Gay Langland|
|Marilyn Monroe||Roslyn Taber|
|Montgomery Clift||Perce Howland|
|Thelma Ritter||Isabelle Steers|
|Eli Wallach||Guido Dellini|
|James Barton||Old Man in the Bar|
|Estelle Winwood||Church Lady|
|Kevin McCarthy||Mr. Taber|
|Dennis Shaw||Young Boy in Bar|
|J. Lewis Smith||Fresh Cowboy in Bar|
|Ralph Roberts||Ambulance Driver at rodeo|
|Philip Mitchell||Charles Steers|
|Stephen B. Grimes||Art Director|
|Frank R. McKelvey||Production Designer, Set Decoration/Design|
|William Newberry||Art Director|
|Alex North||Score Composer, Musical Direction/Supervision|
|Frank E. Taylor||Producer|
Posted October 1, 2010
The Misfits was touted as the next great American movie when it was being made. And why not? It was written by Pulitzer prize play write Arthur Miller for his soon to be ex-wife Marilyn Monroe. It was directed by the already legendary John Huston and stared Icon Hollywood actors Clark Gable, Montgomery Clift, and Monroe. For Monroe and Gable it would be there final Film. While received well by the critics at the time it was a box office failure. The average person was not ready for a modern day western that showed the myth of the west was over and those remaining trying to live by its code were just Misfits. Thankfully, over the years the movie has gained a cult classic status that it deserves. The Misfits is a must see for fans of Monroe, Gable, Clift, and/or Huston and for fans of movies and movie history, this movie did herald a new era in Hollywood.
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Posted October 26, 2008
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