The Golden Age of Hollywood

This is a William Holden film that deserves kudos for being ahead of its time.

A full cast that give strong performances regarding corporate greed and power!

William Holden gives an outstanding performance.  Nice to see him and Barbara Stanwyck together again.  Remember she was responsible for keeping his career alive during their first film (Golden Boy in 1939)!  Barbara was the experienced actor and William was just getting his feet wet in Golden Boy!

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Notice the only music is the clock chime, and that it is only used when there is a scene that is tuned into death.

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