Robert Rossen All the King's Men, 1949 (still); photo: courtesy Photofest
Film

All the King’s Men

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Phyllis Wattis Theater, Floor 1

$10 Members

$12 General

$5 Member early bird tickets available until day of screening

Don’t miss this seventieth anniversary presentation! Robert Rossen’s political film noir, All the King’s Men, chronicles the rise and decline of Willie Stark, a popular yet thoroughly corrupt local politician. This story of the caustic effects of power and the ruthless drive to amass more is experienced through the eyes of a journalist blindly committed to Stark’s constructed populist image.


Film Details

Director: Robert Rossen

Year: 1949

Running time: 109 minutes

Country: United States

Language: English

Format: 35mm

Screens courtesy: Swank Distribution

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