Rancher Don Murray does his best to lasso Marilyn Monroe for himself in Joshua Logan's dramatic adaptation of William Inge's Tony®-nominated Broadway play. Monroe plays a lonely cafe singer who dreams of traveling to Los Angeles to become a star. When obnoxious and naïve Murray arrives in town for a rodeo, he becomes determined to make Monroe his wife and take her back to his ranch in Montana to play house. Murray succeeds in coercing Monroe to board a bus bound for his hometown, but when a snowstorm forces them to spend the night at a diner along the way, everyone's true feelings are revealed. DIR Joshua Logan; SCR George Axelrod, from the play by William Inge; PROD Buddy Adler. U.S., 1956, color, 96 min. NOT RATED
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