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Rated NR · 118 minutes · 1952

When beautiful young Carrie Meeber (Jennifer Jones) travels from her small hometown to Chicago in the 1890s, she meets well-off traveling salesman Charles Drouet (Eddie Albert) on the train. When she loses her job in a sweatshop, she reconnects with the smitten Drouet and, scandalously, becomes his mistress. When Drouet's friend George Hurstwood (Laurence Olivier) falls in love with her, complications ensue. William Wyler directs this adaptation of Theodore Dreiser's novel "Sister Carrie."
Director: William Wyler
Producer: William Wyler
Cast: Jennifer Jones, Laurence Olivier, Eddie Albert, Miriam Hopkins, Basil Ruysdael, Ray Teal, Barry Kelley, Sara Berner, William Regnolds, Mary Murphy, Harry Hayden, Walter Baldwin, Dorothy Adams, Jacqueline de Witt, Melinda Plowman, Lester Sharpe, Don Beddoe, Royal Dano, Albert Astar, William Bailey, James Flavin, Harry Denny, Harlan Biggs, Martin Doric and Jack Gargan


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