A Place in the Sun - 1951
Movie: A Place in the Sun - 1951
Director: George Stevens
Synopsis: George Eastman (Montgomery Clift) down on his luck, arrives in California from Chicago to take a job in the factory of his wealthy uncle Charles Eastman (Herbert Heyes). On the assembly line he meets co-worker Alice Tripp (Shelley Winters) and they date. Meanwhile George is promoted at invited to a party at his uncle's house, where he meet the young wealthy socialite Angela Vickers (Elizabeth Taylor) and is instantly smitten - and she with him. Alice becomes pregnant and threatens to expose him to his new upscale society friends if he doesn't marry her. He reluctantly agrees, but they find that City Hall is closed for Labor Day. They go to a nearby lake instead, and George rents a rowboat. He is the only one to return. He tries to keep everything a secret but her body is discovered, and the police focus on George.
Scene: George is tried for Alice's murder. Everyone awaits the verdict - including Angela, who is back at school.
Monogram: Angela in school uniform - with an elaborate intertwined monogram as its logo. Unfortunately we can't decipher it.
Contributed by: Cathy Sundermann