Camps of migrants, driven out of their homes by economic hardship, hated by the locals and oppressed by the police. It’s hard to be an Oklahoman.
Orson Welles’ directorial debut survived vicious attacks to become the closest thing we have to a consensus “Greatest Movie of All Time.”
A movie that launched legendary careers and an entire classic genre of film, and is also pretty fun in its own right.
The sheer star power and charm of Hepburn, Grant, and Stewart still shines through 80 years later.