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All The King's Men (1949)

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All The King's Men (1949), On Demand Movie, Drama

Plot Summary

Plot: Coming out of virtually nowhere, Willie Stark uses his dynamic backwoods personality as a springboard into a political career. Pledging to clean up the corruption and influence peddling that has dominated life in the statehouse, Stark aided by newspaper reporter Jack Burden (John Ireland) and savvy campaign manager Sadie Burke (Mercedes McCambridge) rides a wave of populism straight into the governor's mansion, only to succumb to the very same corrupt influences he pledged to fight. Transformed into a reckless political demagogue, the egomaniacal Stark's appetite for absolute power and influence destroys both his public and private lives as it sets the stage for his ultimate downfall.
Not Rated by the Motion Picture Association of America.


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