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Razor's Edge (The)

USA, English, 145 mins

  • Director: Edmund Goulding
  • Writer: Lamar Trotti; W. Somerset Maugham
  • Producer: Darryl F. Zanuck

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Well-to-do Chicagoan, Larry Darrell, breaks off his engagement to Isabel and travels the world seeking enlightenment, eventually finding his guru India. Isabel marries Gray, and following the crash of 1929, is invited to live in Paris with her rich, social climbing, Uncle Elliot. During a sojurn there, Larry, having attained his goal, is reunited with Isabel. While slumming one night Larry, Isabel and company are shocked to discover Sophie, a friend from Chicago. Having lost her husband and child in a tragic accident, Sophie is living the low-life with the help of drugs and an abusive brute. Larry tries to rehabilitate her, but his efforts are sabotaged by Isabel who tries in vain to reignite Larry's interest in herself.


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Cast & Characters

Tyrone Power as Larry Darrell;
Gene Tierney as Isabel Bradley;
John Payne as Gray Maturin;
Anne Baxter as Sophie MacDonald;
Clifton Webb as Elliott Templeton;
Herbert Marshall as W. Somerset Maugham;
Lucile Watson as Louisa Bradley;
Frank Latimore as Bob MacDonald;
Elsa Lanchester as Miss Keith;
Fritz Kortner as Kosti;
John Wengraf as Joseph - Butler;
Cecil Humphreys as Holy Man;
Harry Pilcer as Specialty Dancer;
Cobina Wright Sr. as Princess Novemali;
Dorothy Abbott as Showgirl

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