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All The King's Men
Not Rated
109 minutes
Drama
1949

Nominated for seven Oscars® and winner of three (Best Picture, Actor, Supporting Actress), this powerful adaptation of Robert Penn Warren's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel traces the rise and fall of Willie Brock, a small-time Southern politician loosely inspired by Huey Long, and his inevitable corruption as he rises to the top. Adapted, produced and directed by Robert Rossen, with Oscar® winners Broderick Crawford and Mercedes McCambridge in her film debut.  Crawford said he based his performance on Columbia chief Harry Cohn.

Cast
Broderick Crawford
Willie Stark
John Ireland
Jack Burden
Joanne Dru
Anne Stanton
John Derek
Tom Stark
Mercedes McCambridge
Sadie Burke
Director
Robert Rossen
Writer
Based upon the Pulitzer Prize novel, "All the King's Men" by Robert Penn Warren; Written for the Screen by Robert Rossen
Producer
Robert Rossen
Facts
Oscars© Actor in a Leading Role, Actress in a Supporting Role, Picture
Country USA
Language English