“Sunset Blvd.” quotes

Movie Sunset Blvd.
Title Sunset Blvd.
Year 1950
Director Billy Wilder
Genre Drama, Film-Noir
Plot – Joe Gills is a screenwriter with financial difficulties. He runs away from the creditors and arrives in an apparently abandoned villa. Norma Desmond, an old silent movies diva, lives here. The actress, who’s faithful to the old-school cinema and intentionally ignores everything that is new, invites Joe to live in the villa to work together on a great storyline, with Norma as main character. Joe accepts, but when he realizes that the old woman is in love with him, he runs away.
All actors – William Holden, Gloria Swanson, Erich von Stroheim, Nancy Olson, Fred Clark, Lloyd Gough, Jack Webb, Franklyn Farnum, Larry J. Blake, Charles Dayton, Cecil B. DeMille, Hedda Hopper, Buster Keaton, Anna Q. Nilsson, H.B. Warner, Ray Evans, Jay Livingston, Fred Aldrich, Joel Allen, Gertrude Astor, Ken Christy, Ruth Clifford, John Cortay, Archie R. Dalzell, Eddie Dew, Peter Drynan, Julia Faye, Al Ferguson, Gerry Ganzer, Kenneth Gibson, Joe Gray, Sanford E. Greenwald, Creighton Hale, Chuck Hamilton, James Hawley, Len Hendry, E. Mason Hopper, Stan Johnson, Tiny Jones, Howard Joslin, Arthur Lane, Perc Launders, Gertrude Messinger, Harold Miller, John 'Skins' Miller, Lee Miller, Ralph Montgomery, Bert Moorhouse, Jay Morley, Bernice Mosk, Howard Negley, Ottola Nesmith, Eva Novak, Frank O'Connor, Robert Emmett O'Connor, Jack Perrin, Virginia L. Randolph, Bill Sheehan, Sidney Skolsky, Emmett Smith, Roy Thompson, Archie Twitchell, Yvette Vickers, Edward Wahrman, Henry Wilcoxon
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