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Raintree CountyWhen Southern belle Susanna Drake (Elizabeth Taylor) visits Indiana, she falls for John Wickliff Shawnessy (Montgomery Clift), an abolitionist with strong ideals. It's also when the Civil War and her past create problems.
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Directors of "Raintree County"Edward DmytrykBirthdate: 4 September 1908, Grand Forks, British Columbia, Canada
Creators of "Raintree County"Millard KaufmanBirthdate: 12 March 1917, Baltimore, Maryland, USARoss Lockridge Jr.Birthdate: 25 April 1914, Bloomington, Indiana, USA
Critic Reviews of "Raintree County"TIME MagazineMarch 23, 2011
Begins in tedium and ends, 168 leaden minutes later, in apathy.VarietyMarch 26, 2009
Picture lacks highlight material; even the war scenes don't quite have the necessary impact and the relationship between Taylor and Clift could have been charged up more.Time OutJune 24, 2006
MGM's attempt to repeat the success of Gone With the Wind turned out to be an elephantine bore.New York TimesMarch 25, 2006
This mammoth color picture, which now runs twelve minutes shy of three hours, gives evidence of being outfitted with every extravagance save a script.Chicago ReaderJanuary 01, 2000
A memorable if generally unsuccessful attempt by MGM to bring back the glory of Gone With the Wind.EmanuelLevy.ComJuly 13, 2011
The acting of Liz Taylor and Monty Clift is not bad, but MGM's effort to recreate another successful Civil war melodrama in the mold of Gone With the Wind is disppointing for many different reaons.TV GuideMarch 23, 2011
Handsomely mounted and boasts a superb cast.Ozus' World Movie ReviewsMarch 30, 2007
At best it's only mildly interesting.Film4May 24, 2003
History as soap.
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