1954 | Drama | 104 minutes | English
William Holden (McDonald “Don” Walling) / Barbra Stanwyck (Julia O. Tredway) / Walter Pidgeon (Frederick Alderson) / Dean Jagger (Jesse Grimm) / Paul Douglas (Walter Dudley) / Louis Calhern (George Caswell)
Why Stream This Film?
- Rotten Tomatoes Score (Critics Consensus): 100%
Academy Awards: Nominated, Best Actress in a Supporting Role (Nina Foch); Best Cinematography, Black and White (George J. Folsey)
BAFTA Awards: Nominated, Best Film; Best Actor (Fredric March)
National Board of Review: Winner, Best Supporting Actress (Nina Foch)
The film received a perfect 100% Rotten Tomatoes score
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EXECUTIVE SUITE is a magnificent motion picture that meets the standard of greatness on almost every count. The film holds the viewer from the opening scene building absorbingly to a smashing climax. It is one of the outstanding pictures of recent years.
This John Houseman production is a real pro job of a calibre that doesn’t come along too often. Cameron Hawley’s novel, EXECUTIVE SUITE, was good reading and Ernest Lehman has fashioned it into screen form as a dramatically interesting motion picture humanizing big business and its upper echelon personalities.
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