Thursdays at the Museum: All the King's Men (film)

(1949/directed by Robert Rossen)

Broderick Crawford gives the performance of his life as Willie Stark, an idealistic local politician who discovers that corruption pays as he climbs the political ladder by any means necessary – only to come face to face with the consequences. Robert Penn Warren’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel was adapted with energy and intelligence by Robert Rossen (The Hustler), landing Academy Awards® for Best Actor as well as Best Picture of the Year. (110 min.)


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