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The Razor's Edge

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1946
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144 min
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The Razor's Edge, On Demand Movie, Drama DigitalMovies, Romance

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Plot: After several years service with the Marines in World War II, Tyrone Power made his much anticipated return to the screen in the filmed adaptation of W. Somerset Maugham's THE RAZOR'S EDGE. Power is appropriately cast as a disillusioned World War I vet, who returns from hostilities questioning his old values. To find himself, Power joins several other members of the Lost Generation in Paris. He is disillusioned once more when the society deb that he loves (Gene Tierney) marries another for wealth and position. She returns to Power's life to break up his romance with unstable, alcoholic Anne Baxter (in a powerhouse Oscar-winning performance). After Baxter's death, Power determines that the life offered him by Tierney is not to his liking, and continues seeking his true place in the scheme of things - traveling to India to seek enlightenment. Acting as a respite between the plot's various intrigues is Clifton Webb as a waspish social arbiter, who ends up a lonely, dying man, imperiously dictating arrangements for his own funeral.
Not Rated by the Motion Picture Association of America.

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