Passed | | Drama
When the head of a large manufacturing firm dies suddenly from a stroke, his vice presidents vie to see who will replace him.
While the practice of including a large, all-star cast had been popular in the 1930s, particularly with films such as Grand Hotel (1932) and Dinner at Eight (1933), it was a relatively rare occurrence in the 1950s. Producer John Houseman admitted many years after the film's production that the ... ...
It is always up there, close to the clouds, on the topmost floors of the sky-reaching towers of big business. And because it is high in the sky, you may think that those who work there are somehow above and beyond the tensions and temptations of the...
When Bullard steps into the elevator and turns around to face the door, the point-of-view camera abruptly cuts from the elevator operator to the doors, missing the space between the two that Bullard would have to have seen as he turned.