The Razor's Edge (19-Nov-1946)|
Director: Edmund Goulding
Writer: Lamar Trotti
From novel by: W. Somerset Maugham
Music: Alfred Newman
Producer: Darryl F. Zanuck
Keywords: Romantic Drama
Larry Darrell, WWI veteran whose life was spared when another man's was taken, breaks his engagement and embarks on a lengthy global journey to find spiritual meaning. A decade later, his former fiancée, now married, wants him back but he is not the same man he was; another close friend from his past has met repeated misfortune. Anne Baxter won an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress; the film received additional nominations for Best Picture, Best Supporting Actor, and Best Interior Decoration. Remade with Bill Murray as The Razor's Edge (1984).
Review by anonymous (posted on 20-Jul-2006)
This movie is wonderful.
Outstanding perfomances by Clifton Webb, Tyrone Power and Gene Tierney.
Great settings, Paris, India, Chicago. Loved it. Watched it in
July, 2007 and thought the movie held up well even though it was made in
1946. I highly recommend it. Just looking at Gene Tierney and Tyrone
Power and their incredible good looks made it special.
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