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Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1958)

Just one pillow on her bed... and just one desire in her heart.

Genre : Drama, Romance

Runtime : 1H 48M

Director : Richard Brooks
Writer : Richard Brooks, James Poe

Synopsis

An alcoholic ex-football player drinks his days away, having failed to come to terms with his sexuality and his real feelings for his football buddy who died after an ambiguous accident. His wife is crucified by her desperation to make him desire her: but he resists the affections of his wife. His reunion with his father—who is dying of cancer—jogs a host of memories and revelations for both father and son.

Actors

Elizabeth Taylor
Elizabeth Taylor
Maggie
Paul Newman
Paul Newman
Brick
Burl Ives
Burl Ives
Harvey 'Big Daddy' Pollitt
Judith Anderson
Judith Anderson
Big Momma
Jack Carson
Jack Carson
Gooper
Madeleine Sherwood
Madeleine Sherwood
Mae
Vaughn Taylor
Vaughn Taylor
Deacon Davis
Larry Gates
Larry Gates
Dr. Baugh
Brian Corcoran
Brian Corcoran
Boy
Zelda Cleaver
Zelda Cleaver
Servant
Robert 'Rusty' Stevens
Robert 'Rusty' Stevens
Sonny Pollitt
Hugh Corcoran
Hugh Corcoran
Buster Pollitt

Crews

Richard Brooks
Richard Brooks
Director
Lawrence Weingarten
Lawrence Weingarten
Producer
Tennessee Williams
Tennessee Williams
Theatre Play
William H. Daniels
William H. Daniels
Director of Photography
Richard Brooks
Richard Brooks
Screenplay
James Poe
James Poe
Screenplay
Charles Wolcott
Charles Wolcott
Original Music Composer
Ferris Webster
Ferris Webster
Editor
Dean Smith
Dean Smith
Stunts
Lee LeBlanc
Lee LeBlanc
Special Effects
Van Allen James
Van Allen James
Sound Designer
Helen Rose
Helen Rose
Costume Design
Henry Grace
Henry Grace
Set Decoration
Robert Priestley
Robert Priestley
Set Decoration
William A. Horning
William A. Horning
Art Direction
Urie McCleary
Urie McCleary
Art Direction
Charles K. Hagedon
Charles K. Hagedon
Other
William Shanks
William Shanks
Assistant Director
Sydney Guilaroff
Sydney Guilaroff
Hairstylist
William Tuttle
William Tuttle
Makeup Artist
Wesley C. Miller
Wesley C. Miller
Recording Supervision
Tennessee Williams
Tennessee Williams
Writer

Trailers and other movies

Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1958) Original Trailer [FHD]

Posters and backgrounds

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