Something to Live For (1952) Movie Details

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Something to Live For
1 hr 29 mins
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Something to Live For Movie Cast

Ray Milland
as Alan Miller
Joan Fontaine
as Jenny Carey
Teresa Wright
as Edna Miller
Richard Derr
as Tony Collins
Douglas Dick
as Baker
Herbert Heyes
as J.B. Crawley
Harry Bellaver
as Billy, Elevator Operator
Paul Valentine
as Albert Forest
Lee Aaker
as Alternate boy
Frank Orth
as Waiter
Robert Cornthwaite
as Young Man
Helen Spring
as Mrs. Crawley
Rudy Lee
as Chris Miller
Richard Barron as Headwaiter
Paul Newlan
as Bartender
Pat Mitchell
as Johnny Miller
John Indrisano
as Party Guest
Lillian Clayes as Old Lady
Jessie Proctor as Old Lady
Genevieve Bell as Old Lady
Patsy O'Byrne
as Old Lady
Helen Dickson
as Old lady
Cora Shannon as Old Lady
Mari Blanchard
as Hat Check Girl
Ida Moore
as Woman
Mary Field
as Woman
Judith Allen
as Woman
Kerry Vaughn as Cocktail Waitress
Jean Acker as Wife
Alex Akimoff as Waiter
Eric Alden
as Pharoah
Jody Gilbert
as Woman in Telephone Booth
Norman Field as Man
Maurice Cass
as Critic
Erville Alderson
as Critic
Paul Maxey
as Hoffstater
Douglas Spencer
as Jory
Don Dillaway
as Executive
George Lynn
as Executive
Arthur Tovey
as Desk clerk
Slim Gaut
as Derelict
Raymond Bond
as Box Office Man
Charles Dayton
as Stage Cast
Sherry Jackson
as Little Child
Helen Brown
as Miss Purdy
Rolfe Sedan
as Frenchman
Marcel De La Brosse
as Frenchman
Charles Andre as Frenchman
Jeanne Lafayette
as French Woman
Harold Miller
as European
King Donovan
as Stage Manager

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Something to Live For Crew List

Hal Pereira Art Direction
Walter H. Tyler Art Direction
Edith Head Costume Design
George Barnes Cinematography
William Hornbeck Editorial Staff
George Stevens Director
George Stevens Producer
Victor Young Music
Dwight Taylor Screenplay

Something to Live For International Release Dates

CountryReleased Date
United States 07-03-1952
India 07-03-1952

Joan Fontaine plays a famous actress who descends into alcoholism in this classic melodrama directed by George Stevens (A Place in the Sun). Ray Milland in an unofficial extension of his classic Lost Weekend role; plays a reformed drunkard who comes to Fontaine's rescue, encouraging her to join Alcoholic Anonymous while continuing to struggle with his own demons. The two lost souls fall in love, but they refuse to endanger his marriage; no matter how strong their feeling are for each other. Teresa Wright co-stars as Milland's wife. Costume design by legendary designer, Edith Head (Sunset Boulevard).

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