In 1953 Montgomery Clift was a member of an outstanding ensemble cast who had filmed 'From Here to Eternity,' a fictional tale of the weeks preceding Pearl Harbor's attack. Burt Lancaster recalls the only time he was afraid of an actor was in a shooting his first scene with Clift. He also said of Clift, "He had so much power, so much concentration. Clift was a complicated man, there's no question about it. He was a very sweet man, Monty, very emotional."…
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(Montgomery Clift) The ever charming Mr. Bingley.
Montgomery Clift in Red River (Howard Hawks, 1948) via lottereinigerforever
handsome, Montgomery Clift, 1950s
Montgomery Clift was one of he great pioneers of "good old-fashioned" cinema/movies such as "A Place in the Sun" and "From Here to Eternity," which can be viewed on TCM (Turner Classic Movies.) **WATCH A TOUCHING AND HEARTFELT TRIBUTE TO "MONTY" NARRATED BY ELIZABETH TAYLOR @ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cRimadmfMjc
Montgomery Clift obtuvo éxito en los escenarios de Broadway desde los 13 años, antes de debutar en 'Río Rojo' (1948), con John Wayne