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This Property is Condemned

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Original title
This Property is Condemned
Year
Running time
109 min.
Country
United States United States
Director
Screenwriter
Francis Ford Coppola, Edith Sommer, Fred Coe (Play: Tennessee Williams)
Music
Kenyon Hopkins
Cinematography
James Wong Howe
Cast
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Producer
Paramount Pictures
Genre
Drama | The Great Depression. 1930s. Southern Gothic
Movie Groups
Tennessee Williams Adaptations
New
Synopsis / Plot
In the Depression-era drama, Owen Legate (Redford) is a railroad official who comes to backwater Dodson, Mississippi, with a pocketful of pink slips for the yard employees. Wood portrays the town flirt whose affair with Legate ignites her mother's - and the town's - revenge. Repressed desires, sultry women, sweltering weather and a handsome stranger... this is Tennessee Williams territory.
Awards
1966: Golden Globes: Nominated for Best Actress - Drama (Natalie Wood)
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