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Expertly directed by John Huston (The Maltese Falcon) from a screenplay by Pulitzer Prize winner Arthur Miller, The Misfi ts is a "probing, exciting drama" (Film Daily) of honesty, intensity and sheer poetic brilliance. Divorced and disillusioned Roslyn (Marilyn Monroe) befriends a group of "misfi ts," including an aging cowboy (Clark Gable), a heartbroken mechanic (Eli Wallach) and a worn-out rodeo rider (Montgomery Clift). Through their live-for-the-moment lifestyle, Roslyn experiences her first taste of freedom, exhilaration and passion. But when her innocent idealism clashes with their hard-edged practicality, Roslyn must risk losing their friendship...and the only true love she's ever known.
I'm just happy that Monroe, Gable and Clift lived long enough to make this one.Published 17 days ago by Crumidan45
I love this movie! But I also admire it - the five principal actors who reveal the truth of their characters (and I feel the joy of acting), John Huston's ever imaginative but... Read morePublished 17 days ago by Daniel B.
Overall it is a reasonably good movie but I really did not like the scenes where they are capturing the feral horses. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Nevada Geezer
I have enjoyed viewing this movie and I really did love it. Part of the loving bit was Clark Gable, of course. Read morePublished 2 months ago by E. Ervin
Interesting history relating to this movie, but this disc has no extras which is a shame. You have to go elsewhere to learn about what was going on behind the scenes. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Martin Wright
I thought the co-stars Eli Wallach and Thelma Ritter were great. Of coarse it was the last film for Monroe and Gable which made it a classic.Published 2 months ago by Dwain Vincent
This movie is from my young adulthood, with 3 of my favorite actors and happens to be the last film for all. This film is about three lost people. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Catherine