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Cat On A Hot Tin Roof Australian Daybill

Cat On A Hot Tin Roof Australian Daybill


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Cat On A Hot Tin Roof (1958)

Description: Australian Daybill
Item Description: Original; single-sided; folded
Year: 1958
Condition:
Mint
Dimension: 13" x  30"
Genre: Drama

This movie art item is an authentic original movie merchandise - the same item that is used in actual movie theaters. Original movie art items are valued by collectors worldwide and can increase in value over time.

Cast: Paul Newman, Burl Ives, Elizabeth Taylor, Jack Carson, Judith Anderson; Directed By: Richard Brooks

Synopsis:
Late one night, Brick Pollitt is putting up equipment on a track field. He dreams about his time when he was a football player. Although drunk, he decides to play with them and falls. He injures his ankle and is later put on crutches. He along with his wife, Maggie "the Cat", are visiting with his family in Mississippi, awaiting to celebrate Big Daddy's 65th birthday. Depressed, Brick decides to spend his days inside drinking while resisting the affections of his wife, who taunts him about the inheritance of Big Daddy's wealth. Big Daddy, arriving from the hospital, is unaware that he is dying from cancer because his family and doctors refuse to tell either him or Big Mama. Maggie begs Brick to put care into getting his fatherís wealth, but Brick stubbornly refuses. When Big Daddy is fed up with his alcoholic sonís behavior, he demands to know why he is so stubborn. Brick angrily refuses to answer. Big Daddy forces the issue and the revealing moment ensues when Maggie tells what happened the night Brick's friend Skipper committed suicide. In the film, Maggie reveals she was jealous of Skipper because he had more of Brick's time. She claimed she wanted to ruin their relationship "by any means necessary." She intended to seduce Skipper and put the lie to his relationship with her husband. She got scared and ran away without going through with it. Brick blamed Maggie for Skipper's death. Later, when Big Daddy learns that he will die from cancer before his birthday, he along with Brick decides to give his inheritance to Maggie who "has life". Brick, with his troubles behind him, recognizes the affections of Maggie and the film ends, with the couple having a long kiss.


           


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