Passed | | Drama, Romance
An ambitious young executive chooses a loveless marriage and an unfulfilling personal life in exchange for a successful Wall Street career.
Reading Railroad T-1 class 4-8-4 Northern locomotive 2124 (built by Reading in January 1947 using the boiler and firebox from I-10sa class 2-8-0 Consolidation 2044, originally constructed by the Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1924), retired from active freight service in 1956 but revived in October 1959 for a series of railfan excursions known as the "Iron Horse Rambles," was utilized for filming scenes for this production in December 1959. The large dimensions of the former freight engine's boiler precluded shooting at Market Street Station in Philadelphia so the Central of New Jersey Railroad's Jersey City Terminal was used instead. This locomotive, retired again in 1963 when her flue time expired, is preserved at the Steamtown National Historic Site in Scranton, Pennsylvania.
I needed love whereever I could find it!
Sam Eaton: Love? You're a pig! I can't stand the sight of you!
During the billiard game between Mr. MacHardie and Alfred, as MacHardie lines up for his shot, the red ball disappears.