When the CEO of a furniture company suddenly dies, the vice presidents viciously compete for control.
When a business magnate dies, his board of directors fights over who should run the company in Executive Suite (1954), directed by Robert Wise.
Secretary Erica (Nina Foch) introducing the players, Alderson (Walter Pidgeon), Shaw (Fredric March), Eva and Dudley (Shelley Winters, Paul Douglas) and Walling (William Holden), early in Robert Wise's Executive Suite, 1954.
Still nobody knowing that company president Bullard has died, top designer 'Mac' (William Holden) departs the plant after a failed test, with wife Mary (June Allyson), their spat leaving director Robert Wise to join Grimm (Dean Jagger) and wife (Mary Adams), in Executive Suite, 1954.
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When a business magnate dies, his board of directors fight over who should run the company in this enjoyable film staring Oscar-honoree and Emmy and Golden Globe-winner Barbara Stanwyck ("Double Indemnity"). Golden Globe-winner June Allyson ("The Three Musketeers," "Little Women") and Oscar-winner William Holden ("Sunset Boulevard") are among the top cast in this well-made drama. Directed by multiple Oscar-winner Robert Wise ("The Sound of Music"). Nominated for several Oscars, including Best Art Direction and Best Costume Design.
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