Crazy Credits. Alternate Versions. Rate This. A man who is down on his luck falls in with a criminal. Director: Cy Endfield as Cyril Endfield. Writers: Jo Pagano written for the screen by , Jo Pagano novel. Added to Watchlist. Film-Noir Favorites. Use the HTML below. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Objection Your Honor! The F Word Another 1 nomination.
Edit Cast Cast overview: Frank Lovejoy Howard Tyler Kathleen Ryan Judy Tyler Richard Carlson Gil Stanton Lloyd Bridges Jerry Slocum Katherine Locke Hazel Weatherwax Adele Jergens Velma Art Smith Hal Clendenning Renzo Cesana Vido Simone Irene Vernon Helen Stanton Cliff Clark Sheriff Lem Demig Harry Shannon Yaeger Donald Smelick I seed de beginning, en now I sees de endin.
An appendix to the novel, published in , details the fates of the surviving Compsons. According to the appendix, Benjy was committed to an asylum in ; Jason moved into an apartment above the supply-store; and Caddy moved to Paris, where she lived at the time of the German occupation of France — Neither Caddy nor her daughter returned to Yoknapatawpha County. The Sound and the Fury was written and is set in the postbellum American South , in the period after Reconstruction — At this critical moment in American history, the South was in the process of redefining itself and its values in the absence of slavery.
Certain Southern families typically old landed families refused to participate in this process. Instead, they turned inward; they clung to their traditions and values—to vague notions of honour, purity, and virginity. The Sound and the Fury documents the decline of these families. The Compsons, as Faulkner casts them, are direct descendants of the planter-aristocrats.
They are the inheritors of their values and traditions, on whom the survival or ultimate extinction of this Southern aristocracy depends. The Compsons, for the most part, shirk this responsibility. Quentin, however, does not. The burden of the past falls heavily upon Quentin, who, as the eldest son, feels he must preserve and protect the Compson family honour.
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You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account. It is loosely based on the novel of the same name by William Faulkner. Quentin Compson is a girl of 17 in the small Mississippi town of Jefferson. She lives with her step-uncle, Jason, who has practically raised Quentin ever since her promiscuous mother, Caddy, abandoned her.
Jason makes ends meet working in the store of Earl Snopes, a man he detests. He is the provider for several people in the large family house, including Howard, who is Quentin's uncle, and his step-brother, and a mute, mentally handicapped man named Benjy, his other step-brother. Other occupants include Jason's bitter, resentful mother, a black housekeeper, and a black boy who looks after Benjy.
Quentin is bored, restless, and not interested in Jason's wishes that she continue her education. When a carnival comes to town, she becomes infatuated with Charlie Busch, a carny worker who tries to seduce her.
Caddy returns to town.Directed by Cy Endfield. With Frank Lovejoy, Kathleen Ryan, Richard Carlson, Lloyd Bridges. A man who is down on his luck falls in with a criminal.