The Man In The Gray Flannel Suit

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20th Century Fox Released 1956

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Director:
Nunnally Johnson
Released:
1956
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The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit is a 1956 film starring some of old Hollywood's most celebrated actors: Gregory Peck (To Kill a Mockingbird) and Jennifer Jones (The Song of Bernadette). The film is an adaptation of a book by Sloan Wilson of the same title. Nunnally Johnson (How to Be Very, Very Popular; The Three Faces of Eve) directs. Tom Rath (Gregory Peck) returns to his wife, Betsy (Jennifer Jones), and kids after serving 10 years in the second world war. Having killed many men, he is tired and emotionally confused. However, Betsy has no time to waste and urges Tom to get a job which will support her desires for a rich and lavish upper-Manhattan lifestyle. So, Tom takes a job at a public relations firm located on Madison Ave and seemingly adapts to the work environment and surrounding culture in little time. But looks can be deceiving. In actuality Tom suffers from memories of the past, including the men he killed at war and an Italian woman with whom he had an affair. Now he must try to overcome his issues by concealing his emotions from everyone.moreless
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