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Owen Davis (play)
F. Scott Fitzgerald (novel)
Alan Ladd .... Jay Gatsby
Betty Field .... Daisy Buchanan
Macdonald Carey .... Nick Carraway
Ruth Hussey .... Jordan Baker
Barry Sullivan .... Tom Buchanaan
Howard Da Silva .... Wilson
Shelley Winters .... Myrtle Wilson
Henry Hull .... Dan Cody
Ed Begley .... Myron Lupus
Elisha Cook Jr. .... Klipspringer
Nicholas Joy .... Guest
Walter Greaza .... Kinsella
Tito Vuolo .... Mavromichaelis
Ray Walker .... Real Estate Man
Diane Nance .... Pamela
Jack Lambert .... Reba
Jack Gargan .... Gold Pro
Lynne Romer .... Twin
Jean Romer .... Twin
This second film version of F. Scott Fitzgerald's definitive
jazz-age novel The Great Gatsby stars Alan Ladd in the
title role. Jay Gatsby, formerly Jake Gatz, is a successful
bootlegger with aspirations of being accepted in the
highest social circles of Long Island. Once he's done this,
Gatsby devotes his time to winning back the love of his
former lady friend Daisy (Betty Field), now married to
boorish "old-money" millionaire Tom Buchanan (Barry
Sullivan). Gatsby's obsession with rekindling old flames
results in disillusionment and, ultimately, tragedy.
Sidelines observer Nick Carraway, the narrator of the
original Fitzgerald novel, is expertly played by MacDonald
Carey, while Shelley Winters makes an excellent impression
as Buchanan's slatternly mistress Myrtle Wilson. Cast as
Myrtle's dour optometrist husband is Howard Da Silva, who
essayed a minor role in the 1974 remake of Great Gatsby.
That 1974 version has unfortunately kept the 1949 Gatsby
from being released to television.
Original Music by
Robert Emmett Dolan
John F. Seitz
Film Editing by
Runtime: 91 min
Color: Black and White
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