Carrie

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  • Genre(s): Drama Romance
  • Release year: 1952
  • Running time: 118 min
When beautiful young Carrie Meeber (Jennifer Jones) travels from her small hometown to Chicago in the 1890s, she meets well-off traveling salesman Charles Drouet (Eddie Albert) on the train. When she loses her job in a sweatshop, she reconnects with... read more
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When beautiful young Carrie Meeber (Jennifer Jones) travels from her small hometown to Chicago in the 1890s, she meets well-off traveling salesman Charles Drouet (Eddie Albert) on the train. When she loses her job in a sweatshop, she reconnects with the smitten Drouet and, scandalously, becomes his mistress. When Drouet's friend George Hurstwood (Laurence Olivier) falls in love with her, complications ensue. William Wyler directs this adaptation of Theodore Dreiser's novel "Sister Carrie."

Original Release

07/16/1952

US Release

07/16/1952

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Cast

Laurence Olivier George Hurstwood
Jennifer Jones Carrie Meeber
Miriam Hopkins Julie Hurstwood
Eddie Albert Charles Drouet
Basil Ruysdael Mr. Fitzgerald
Ray Teal Allen - Bondsman / Allen
Barry Kelley Slawson
Sara Berner Mrs. Oransky
William Reynolds George Hurstwood, Jr.
Mary Murphy Jessica Hurstwood
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

William Wyler

Writers

Augustus Goetz, Ruth Goetz, Theodore Dreiser

Cast

Laurence Olivier George Hurstwood
Jennifer Jones Carrie Meeber
Miriam Hopkins Julie Hurstwood
Eddie Albert Charles Drouet
Basil Ruysdael Mr. Fitzgerald
Ray Teal Allen - Bondsman / Allen
Barry Kelley Slawson
Sara Berner Mrs. Oransky
William Reynolds George Hurstwood, Jr.
Mary Murphy Jessica Hurstwood
Harry Hayden O'Brien
Charles Halton Factory Foreman
Walter Baldwin Mr. Meeber - Carrie's Father / Carrie's Father
Dorothy Adams Mrs. Meeber - Carrie's Mother / Carrie's Mother
Jacqueline deWit Carrie's Sister Minnie
Harlan Briggs Joe Brant
Donald Kerr Slawson's Bartender
Don Beddoe Mr. Goodman
John Alvin Stage Manager
Charles Smith Job Seeker

Producers

Editors

Robert Swink

1953OscarBest Art Direction-Set Decoration, Black-and-White Nominated
1953OscarBest Costume Design, Black-and-White Nominated
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