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In the late 1950s, 28 states still prohibited inter-racial marriage.The picture was banned in Memphis, Tennessee, and the KKK protested against its showing in Jacksonville, Florida.In New Orleans, the American Legion launched an unsuccessful campaign to halt its screening.Belafonte, married to a white Jewish woman (Julie Robinson), was forbidden by the studio to discuss his inter-racial romantic role.The action occurred on the occasion of the 65th birthday of 'Big Daddy' Pollitt (Burl Ives reprising his stage role) - the patriarchal plantation head (who was secretly suffering from terminal cancer), when the greater Pollitt family gathered and inevitably quarrelled - greedily - over the granting of the expected inheritance. Brick commanded her to join him in the bedroom, and she thanked him: "Thank you for keepin' still, for backin' me up in my lie." Brick told her that they would make the lie come true: Platinum blonde sex starlet Mamie Van Doren was one of the leading sex symbols of the day, known as one of the three M's (the others were Marilyn Monroe and Jayne Mansfield).Elizabeth Taylor co-starred as the passionate, provocative, sexually-frustrated and deprived feline Maggie ("The Cat" in the film's title). She had earlier starred as Penny Lowe in a late 50s teen movie hit titled Untamed Youth (1957) -- a women's prison farm musical.Julian Fleury (Diana Wynward) that she needn't fear marrying and having a child with young British aristocrat Euan Templeton (Stephen Boyd), son of the island's governor Lord Templeton, because of her questionable ancestry. Fleury revealed to Jocelyn that Julian Fleury (Basil Sydney) wasn't her real father - Jocelyn was racially pure, due to a sexual indiscretion on Mrs. My husband isn't your father." They eventually married.

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She pleaded: "Let me up" with her face seen in full close-up, as the scene shifted. Hunsecker's (Burt Lancaster) semi-incestuous - or at the least, an agitated obsessive attachment of the newspaperman to his 19 year old sister Susan (Susan Harrison). Why can't you please get fat or ugly or somethin' so I can stand it? Brick became fiercely defensive of his noble, incorruptible, idealized relationship with his deceased friend [a veiled defense of innuendo regarding his homosexual relationship].

Alexander Mackendrick's acerbic, dynamic and intense film Sweet Smell of Success (1957) exposed the diseased under-side of New York City's glamorous night life, revealing brutality, capriciousness, greed, evil, psychological violence, corrupt American ambition, betrayal and cynicism. She was engaged in a forbidden romance with a young jazz guitarist/singer named Steve Dallas (Martin Milner), and her domineering, over-protective, and controlling brother forbid their planned marriage together. Brick disavowed any "shameful" or "filthy" interpretation.

The drama was mostly filmed in Granada and Barbados with an all-star cast, and registered as a UK film.

The controversial film further chipped away at and defied the Production Code standards that forbid miscegenation.

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She pleaded: "Let me up" with her face seen in full close-up, as the scene shifted. Hunsecker's (Burt Lancaster) semi-incestuous - or at the least, an agitated obsessive attachment of the newspaperman to his 19 year old sister Susan (Susan Harrison). Why can't you please get fat or ugly or somethin' so I can stand it? Brick became fiercely defensive of his noble, incorruptible, idealized relationship with his deceased friend [a veiled defense of innuendo regarding his homosexual relationship].

Alexander Mackendrick's acerbic, dynamic and intense film Sweet Smell of Success (1957) exposed the diseased under-side of New York City's glamorous night life, revealing brutality, capriciousness, greed, evil, psychological violence, corrupt American ambition, betrayal and cynicism. She was engaged in a forbidden romance with a young jazz guitarist/singer named Steve Dallas (Martin Milner), and her domineering, over-protective, and controlling brother forbid their planned marriage together. Brick disavowed any "shameful" or "filthy" interpretation.

The drama was mostly filmed in Granada and Barbados with an all-star cast, and registered as a UK film.

The controversial film further chipped away at and defied the Production Code standards that forbid miscegenation.

Throughout the entire film, Hunsecker often sat in his office, where he lived a forbidding, secretive life as a repressed, asexual bachelor who was solely attached to his sister. He asserted to his wealthy plantation owner father that he had an implied relationship with Skipper: Ill-advised, Maggie had tried to keep Skipper from coming between her and her husband.