Executive Suite (1954) was a Drama - Film Adaptation Film directed by Robert Wise and produced by John Houseman and Jud Kinberg.
Academy Awards 1954 --- Ceremony Number 27 (source: AMPAS)
|Best Supporting Actress||Nina Foch||Nominated|
|Best Art Direction||Art Direction: Cedric Gibbons, Edward Carfagno; Set Decoration: Edwin B. Willis, Emile Kuri||Nominated|
|Best Cinematography||George Folsey||Nominated|
|Best Costume Design||Helen Rose||Nominated|
Executive Suite (1954)By 4 Star Film Fan on May 29, 2019 From 4 Star Films
Executive Suite is a story of the high rise corporate jungle where on a daily basis it’s a Darwinian?experiment not only pitting company against company but, on a microscale, man against man. After all, in the most cynical sense, that’s what free market?capitalism is. Top to bottom, the ... Read full article
Executive Suite (1954)By Beatrice on Nov 20, 2015 From Flickers in Time
Executive Suite Directed by Robert Wise Written by Ernest Lehman based on the novel by Cameron Hawley 1954/USA Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer First viewing/Amazon Instant The fantastic cast could not quite overcome the didactic story line. Avery Bullard is the Chief Executive Officer of Tredway Corporatio... Read full article
"Executive Suite," or Separate TablesBy David on Jan 12, 2014 From The Man on the Flying Trapeze
The 1954 film "Executive Suite" begins with an ending: The man lying dead on the Wall Street sidewalk, shot from a POV perspective by director Robert Wise, is Avery Bullard, CEO of the Tredway Corporation of Millburgh, Pennsylvania. Tredway makes furniture, and until about two minutes ago Bulla... Read full article
Executive Suite from Warner ArchiveBy Jill Blake on Jul 20, 2013 From Sittin' on a Backyard Fence
William Holden was the king of the 1950s. In 1939, he made his debut in Golden Boy alongside his dear friend Barbara Stanwyck. Throughout the 1940s, Holden was absent from Hollywood while he served in WWII. He then made a huge return with Sunset Blvd. (1950), Born Yesterday (1950), and Stalag 17 (19... Read full article
Executive Suite (1954) (2)on Jun 27, 2013 From Journeys in Classic Film
Executive Suite is a story about business; it’s intricacies and the soul-sucking potential it has.? That’s all well and good, but it creates a rather pedantic narrative where the audience is blatantly able to figure out the ending and understand that business is EVIL.? Thankfully, the ca... Read full article
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McDonald Walling: We'll drop that line! And we'll never again ask a man to do anything that will poison his pride in himself or his work.
George Nyle Caswell: Do me a favor, will you? Read the funnies.
Mrs. George Nyle Caswell: There aren't any in The Times. Don't you know that?
George Nyle Caswell: Then read 'Situations Wanted.' You may need one.
Josiah Walter Dudley: You don't know me as well as you think you do. A guy can change, you know.
Eva Bardeman: You wanna bet?
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For years it was believed that NBC news anchor Chet Huntley, who narrates the opening of the film, also played Avery Bullard, when in fact he did not. The role was played by Raoul Freeman. Neither Huntley nor Freeman received screen credit.
According to Oliver Stone, who did the commentary on the DVD for this film, the beginning was narrated by Edward R. Murrow.
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