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This is a very solid 40's film about power, corrupt politics, and people's misperceptions of true politics.
Stark runs his first local race over the issue of safety in a public school; he loses, but the school collapses, killing many kids.
The supporting cast of John Ireland, Joanne Dru, Anne Seymour, and Walter Burke (to name but a few) is also quite good.
Not as good as I remembered it. Had I not recently reread (book on tape actually) the novel after forty years, I probably would have given the movie five stars. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Steven L. Wilson
Having watched two different cinematic accounts of All the King's Men, the common assessment that the 1949 film, with Broderick Crawford as Willie Stark (Columbia Pictures/Sony... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Gerald Parker
Wow what a fantastic movie this is. Its about a politician that makes promises in order to get elected
but he does not follow through with his promises. Read more
Broderick Crawford's best performance. Scene at the state house is well done.Published 3 months ago by Frank McLaughlin
Great performances by Broderick Crawford and John Ireland. Oh my goodness, Is that John Ireland playing a good guy? He doesn't get shot either. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Perry Terrell
After viewing "ALL THE KING'S MEN"(1949), it goes without saying that nothing much has changed when it comes to corruption in politics. Read morePublished 4 months ago by MICHAEL STODGHILL