Splendor In The Grass

  • 1961
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Drama

SPLENDOR IN THE GRASS has a few firsts attached to it. It was Beatty's debut in the movies; it was Inge's first work done specifically for the screen; and it was Kazan's first picture that failed to satisfy. A self-consciously Freudian melodrama of repressed sexuality and its consequences, the film takes place in 1925 in Kansas, where Inge grew up. Beatty...read more

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Splendor In The Grass - Official Trailer
03:59 — Natalie Wood and Warren Beatty are young lovers ripped apart by the repressive small-town mentality of 1920's Kansas.
Splendor In The Grass - Trailer
01:34 — Natalie Wood and Warren Beatty are young lovers ripped apart by the repressive small-town mentality of 1920's Kansas.
Splendor In The Grass - Trailer
02:17 — Natalie Wood and Warren Beatty are young lovers ripped apart by the repressive small-town mentality of 1920's Kansas.
(Movie Clip) What The Poet Means
Lit teacher (Martine Bartlett) calls upon Wilma-Dean (Natalie Wood), seated behind Juanita (Jan Norris) who's just taken up with her boyfriend, to rea (more…)
(Movie Clip) Down On My Knees
Quick descent into weirdness as 1920's Kansas teens Wilma-Dean (Natalie Wood) and Bud (Warren Beatty) arrive home then have to dodge her mother, in El (more…)
(Movie Clip) They're Kind Of Dull
1927 Stamper family Christmas photo, reckless Ginny (Barbara Loden, who would marry director Elia Kazan), introduces her bootlegger boyfriend to fathe (more…)
(Movie Clip) Two Kinds Of Girls
Self-made millionaire Ace Stamper (Pat Hingle) dismisses daughter Ginny (Barbara Loden) before his sexually repressed star athlete son Bud (Warren Bea (more…)

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  • Rating: NR
  • Review: SPLENDOR IN THE GRASS has a few firsts attached to it. It was Beatty's debut in the movies; it was Inge's first work done specifically for the screen; and it was Kazan's first picture that failed to satisfy. A self-consciously Freudian melodrama of repress… (more)

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