The Late George Apley (film)

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The Late George Apley
Directed by Joseph L. Mankiewicz
Produced by Fred Kohlmar
Written by John P. Marquand (novel and play)
George S. Kaufman (play)
Philip Dunne
Starring Ronald Colman
Vanessa Brown
Richard Haydn
Charles Russell
Richard Ney
Music by Cyril J. Mockridge
Cinematography Joseph LaShelle
Edited by James B. Clark
Distributed by Twentieth Century-Fox
Release date
  • March 20, 1947 (1947-03-20)
Running time
93 minutes
Country United States
Language English

The Late George Apley is a 1947 film about a stuffy, upper-class Bostonian who is forced to adjust to a changing world. It starred Ronald Colman in the title role and was based on John P. Marquand's novel of the same name and the subsequent play by Marquand and George S. Kaufman.[1][2]

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George Apley (Ronald Colman) is a stuffy, self-satisfied member of Boston's upper class, supremely confident of the superiority of his hometown. However, his comfortable, predictable world is overturned when he learns, to his horror, that both his son and his daughter have fallen in love with non-Bostonians. However, he is eventually brought around to see reason.

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