Award-winning adaptation of Steinbeck's revered novel
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Award-winning screen version of John Steinbeck's story of sibling rivalry in 1917 California. Dean's first starring role!
Seymour (Jonathan Haze) sort of accidentally offs the nutty dentist (John Shaner), while in the waiting room lurks Jack Nicholson as Wilbur Force, this scene his complete performance in his most famous, though not first, early role, in Roger Corman's The Little Shop Of Horrors, 1960.
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