Wednesday, August 16, 2017

All My Sons (1948) Edward G. Robinson

During WW2, industrialist Joe Keller commits a crime and frames his business partner.


 Irving Reis


 Arthur Miller (based on the play by), Chester Erskine(written for the screen by)


 Edward G. RobinsonBurt Lancaster

I don't like garbage! Then stop eating! There are some great lines in this movie. When it starts your not quite sure what its all about. In fact you don't put all the pieces together till the end, so it keeps your interest. The story is a fascinating study of delusion and denial, the sorry consequences of  a man that will not face the truth. As Mark Twain said “If you tell the truth, you don't have to remember anything.” Likewise with Edward G. Robinson's character in, All My Sons. ★★★

Burt Lancaster & Edward G. Robinson

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