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The Golden Boy
Not Rated
104 minutes
Drama
1939

Barbara Stanwyck was a Hollywood superstar for over six decades and one of her greatest films was the classic GOLDEN BOY.  Newcomer William Holden became an overnight sensation in the role of a young violinist who turns to boxing and finds himself torn between his two occupations - especially when seductive Stanwyck slinks into his life. Based on the hit play by legendary Clifford Odets, directed by innovative genius Rouben Mamoulian, and featuring a superb supporting cast including Adolphe Menjou, Lee J. Cobb and Sam Levene, GOLDEN BOY packs just as big a punch today as it did when it came out in 1939.

Cast
Barbara Stanwyck
Lorna Moon
Adolphe Menjou
Tom Moody
William Holden
Joe Bonaparte
Lee J. Cobb
Mr. Bonaparte
Director
Rouben Mamoulian
Writer
Screen Play by Lewis Meltzer, Daniel Taradash, Sarah Y. Mason; Victor Heerman; Based upon the play by Clifford Odets; As produced by The Group Theatre of New York
Producer
William Perlberg
Facts
Country USA
Language English
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