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    Peyton Place

    Newcomer Michael Rossi arrives in town on the eve of World War II and is soon involved with gorgeous but prudish shop owner Constance MacKenzie, only to realize that the peaceful New England town hides secrets and scandals.
    Duration: 157 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 1957
    IMDb: 7.2
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  • Actors of "Peyton Place"

  • Characters of "Peyton Place"

    Constance Mackenzie. Character of Peyton Place
    Played by: Lana Turner
    Michael Rossi. Character of Peyton Place
    Played by: Lee Philips
    Dr. Swain. Character of Peyton Place
    Played by: Lloyd Nolan
    Lucas Cross. Character of Peyton Place
    Played by: Arthur Kennedy
    Norman Page. Character of Peyton Place
    Played by: Russ Tamblyn
    Betty Anderson. Character of Peyton Place
    Played by: Terry Moore
    Selena Cross. Character of Peyton Place
    Played by: Hope Lange
    Allison Mackenzie. Character of Peyton Place
    Played by: Diane Varsi
    Ted Carter. Character of Peyton Place
    Played by: David Nelson
    Rodney Harrington. Character of Peyton Place
    Played by: Barry Coe
  • Directors of "Peyton Place"

    Mark Robson. Director of Peyton Place
    Mark Robson
    Birthdate: 4 December 1913, MontrƩal, QuƩbec, Canada
  • Creators of "Peyton Place"

    John Michael Hayes. Director of Peyton Place
    John Michael Hayes
    Birthdate: 11 May 1919, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA
    Grace Metalious. Director of Peyton Place
    Grace Metalious
    Birthdate: 8 September 1924, Manchester, New Hampshire, USA
  • Critic Reviews of "Peyton Place"

    July 06, 2010

    Under Mark Robson's direction, every one of the performers delivers a topnotch portrayal.

    Time Out
    June 24, 2006

    It comes with its full quota of sex, conspiracy and violence, but the story is told in such circumspect fashion that next to nobody was offended.

    Chicago Reader
    January 01, 2000

    It's corn in the grand style, much of it delivered with sweep and conviction, and the intrigues come thick and fast.

    January 30, 2012

    Peyton Place, with its myriad plot threads and cast of characters is a rollicking good yarn with obvious melodramatic tensions borne from some very juicy themes.

    TV Guide
    January 30, 2012

    This is the kind of hypertensive trash that gives melodrama a bad name, cynically tempering its naughty bits with smug moralizing.
    May 25, 2007

    See it for 1950s' sexual mores if nothing else.

    October 08, 2006

    Mark Robson's Hollywood version is far more enjoyable than the Grace Mattallius's trashy novel it's based upon, a quintessential small-town movie that in morality and other issues is sort of an ideological summation of the entire decade.

    Empire Magazine
    April 06, 2005

    Effective melodrama with some satisfying emotional confrontations, particularly from Lana Turner.

    Goatdog's Movies
    January 15, 2005

    It's by turns gripping and silly. I suppose that's what makes good soap.

    Apollo Guide
    September 22, 2004

    Shows America's beauty through its warts and blemishes, something that even today is often overlooked.

    Slant Magazine
    March 02, 2004

    The elements and storylines that ended up watered-down are to the detriment of the film's overall effect.

    Not Coming to a Theater Near You
    February 20, 2004

    Though a contemporary audience would hardly find Peyton Place shocking today, what is intriguing is that audiences in 1957 would not have found it shocking either.

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