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Joseph L. Mankiewicz


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Bette Davis as Margo
George Sanders as Addison DeWitt
Celeste Holm as Karen
Gary Merrill as Bill Simpson
Hugh Marlowe as Lloyd Richards
Gregory Ratoff as Max Fabian
Barbara Bates as Phoebe
Marilyn Monroe as Miss Casswell
Thelma Ritter as Birdie
Walter Hampden as Aged Actor
Randy Stuart as Eve's Pal on Telephone
Craig Hill as Leading Man in 'Footsteps on the Ceiling'
Leland Harris as Doorman
All About Eve Storyline: Aspiring actress Eve Harrington maneuvers her way into the lives of Broadway star Margo Channing, playwright Lloyd Richards and director Bill Sampson. This classic story of ambition and betrayal has become part of American folklore. Bette Davis claims to have based her character on the persona of film actress Talullah Bankhead. Davis' line "Fasten your seatbelts, it's going to be a bumpy night" is legendary, but, in fact, all of the film's dialog sparkles with equal brilliance.
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The understudy
Joseph L. Mankiewicz was a genius and this is his masterpiece, without a doubt! Mr. Mankiewicz's timeless tale for this film was something that paralleled the great writing of another author that knew the inside of the human race: Honore de Balzac.

In this story about the theater, all the elements come together to weave a perfect movie, one that will endure the passage of time. Mr. Mankiewicz's screen play is about blind ambition and to what extremes does a person goes in order to realize that goal. The writer seems to be telling us that to Eve Harrington, her end justified the means by which she arrived at getting where she got.

The cast assembled for the movie was the perfect blend of styles and acting ability. This film is dominated by Eve Harrington, who, Anne Baxter plays to perfection. We first see her as the adoring fan to Margo Channing, the star of the hit play on Broadway. She will do anything to get to where Margo Channing is. In a way, Eve is a user of the worst kind. She used Karen Richards, Margo's best friend in order to get in the theater world where she finally makes a splash.

In that theatrical world, we encounter all kinds of sub species that tend to gravitate toward the limelight where others are shining brighter. They will do anything in their power in order to 'belong' to the glamour and all the things that go hand in hand in that circle.

Anne Baxter was an amazing Eve Harrington. She was a young actress then, who showed a lot of talent and was perfectly cast for that role. Bette Davis makes Margo Channing come alive. Ms. Davis shows us what is to be at the top of her class and suddenly see her world begin to crumble, which in a way, it's the way of the theater. The theater and the movies are cruel to the stars that dare to age in front of our eyes. There will always be prettier and younger actresses to bask in their moment of glory in front of the adoring public, but watch out, never get old!

George Sanders as the bitchy Addison Dewitt, is the maker and breaker of many a career. He has the power to destroy anyone that doesn't play by his rules. Mr. Sanders was excellent by being the cynic in a make believe land. In a way, the writer is telling us that even then, there was something rotten in theater critics that will ruin a play by just disliking it in the press.

Celeste Holm is also effective as Karen Richards, a friend indeed, until she is used to give Eve her big break. Thelma Ritter is a delight to watch as Birdie, the wise maid that sees right through a phony when she sees one. Gary Merrill, George Ratoff, Hugh Marlowe and a young and fresh Marilyn Monroe complete the cast.

Never before did a movie packed such an impact to reveal so much about the human comedy, as in this one. After all, that comedy, or call it tragedy, has existed since the beginning of time. All this because a brilliant Joseph L. Mankiewicz brought to the screen to dazzle audiences forever.
A Suggested Perspective
No need to recap the plot or echo consensus points. Instead I want to make a suggestion on how to take the story's crux. Generally the story holds up pretty well after six decades. In my book, that's because Eve (Baxter) amounts to a compelling portrait in perverse psychology, quite apart from a show-biz setting. Eve literally connives her way to the top of the Broadway heap by shrewdly separating an outer poor-little-me from an inner backstabbing-schemer. To me, her perverse character can unfortunately be found in many walks of life. Here her scheming makes good dramatic use of a competitive Broadway setting, but can also be found outside that high profile venue.

I agree with most of the positive remarks about the film. But I can also understand why some folks find the lack of action and snobbish setting off-putting. That's one reason I've emphasized that Eve represents a broader personality type rather than just a single movie character. So if you don't like the movie's context, you may still find Eve's personality type interesting-- the type whose inner person separates from the outer for purely selfish reasons, which Eve represents in spades
Fox's best movie for years.
Without a doubt, "All About Eve" was one of 20th Century Fox's best movies for a number of years, with a memorable cast headed by the inimitable Bette Davis as Margo Channing - probably her best role ever, and one that merited an Academy Award. She was absolutely brilliant as the aging star, while in the remainder of the cast George Sanders stood out like a beacon as the caustic Addison de Witt (he, at least did get Best Supporting Actor). Anne Baxter was very good as Eve, and Celeste Holm as the best friend trying to be fair to everyone was just right. The story held interest right through to the very end, and the photography in Black & White along with the music and script was first class. Gary Merrill and Hugh Marlowe, both light weights most of their career, were very good, while Marilyn Monroe's cameo role was interesting. It is a movie that can be seen several times without losing its punch.
Brilliant Bitchfest
ALL ABOUT EVE is a brilliant masterpiece of a film that is unique in that it is so cinematic, but its emphasis is on the word rather than the image. That makes the film more like a play than a movie-- and ironically the story is the best movie about ambition, and Broadway stage actors ever made. This is probably the wittiest, the bitchiest screenplay ever written! This is also Bette Davis' best performance in a movie. (What a blessed but ill-timed coincidence for her that Gloria Swanson was creating the spectacular Norma Desmond in SUNSET BOULEVARD the very same year- and then that neither actress won the Oscar that year as they cancelled each other out in the voting!)The whole cast is wonderful! I can watch this film again and again. It is a genuine masterpiece!
Great screenplay acted out by great performers
Some films earn their place in the canon due to the importance they had at the time of their release. All about Eve was no doubt important, but it also holds up better today than many movies released this decade. It's wit is just as sharp, and the performances are still top notch. It's a movie about hunger for power, staying relevant, and realizing that nothing lasts forever - all of which are still interesting themes today. (Staying relevant will maybe never lose its relevancy.) While the cast is stellar all around, Bette Davis' performance really stands out as just amazing. She's the highlight of any scene she is in, and when she's not a part of the scene, you miss her. Much of it is because she really captures the character (which might have been easy for her), but also because of the writing. So many movies around this time has excellent dialogue. It's like they didn't care if it was realistic at all, it was more important that it was good.

There's only one scene I really object to, and with a fear of spoiling it, I'll say it's a scene between DeWitt and Eve in hear bedroom near the end, where Eve's reaction feels either over done (which does not match her character at all), or, if meant to be genuine, seems uncharacteristic of her. Perhaps it's just not aged that well? If so, it's unlike the rest of the movie.
Fasten your seat belts, this will be a turbulent ride!
ALL ABOUT EVE is a film that adorn the phenomenal acting, sharp dialogue and a superior "on the verge of taste" film satire.

On the other hand I see this film as brilliant packaging reproach addressed to the „High Society". Anyone who tries to fly high, often falls low. The essence of the story is in a relentless ambition where combustible absolutely all the characters in their own way. The director is probably long observed the atmosphere in the theater. All figures are in some way false charming, self-centered and perishable. In the film I liked female domination. Relationships based on intrigue, conflict and illusion are extremely popular.

Conflicts are brilliantly conceived and are full of ambition, pride, deceit and hypocrisy. Given the excellent and concise dialogues, everything seems so lively. All characters have a certain way emotionally hurt and punished.

I am simply thrilled with acting. Characterization is unbelievable. The characters in this film delight and terrified at the same time.

Anne Baxter as Eve Harrington is a female spider characterized by icy peace and ruthless ambition. Her network woven around prey and finally takes his place, and eventually it becomes the prey of larger predator. Bette Davis as Margo Channing is the most intriguing character in the film. Perfect acting, age, a sharp tongue and fierce ego. Bette Davis is an actress for this role. I enjoyed her performance. George Sanders as Addison DeWitt is walked poison. Character that in every sense pulling the strings. Sanders is always excellent in the role of classy villain. Gary Merrill as Bill Sampson is sensitive and promising because the character of a good heart and inability to tame the domineering „wife". Hugh Marlowe as Lloyd Richards is uncertain character who has more kindness than sense. Celeste Holm as Karen Richards is an attractive and well-meaning character. Maybe a bit naive. There are such women.

The young actress, an older actress, film critic, director, playwright, housewife ..... and Marilyn Monroe. Well, it's a completely different story.
Great---Betty Davis does a fine job as over the hill actress...
I almost never award a 9 but I also rate the movies relative to their peers--- in this case what was available in 1950. So a 9. Zero corny junk an all out down and out backstage look at acting.

In the story, an ambitious wanna be young actress tries to get into an aging actress's Betty Davis's(40) life and sabotage her by stealing her career and even her boyfriend.

The acting is excellent....Davis does a fine job makes the thing really. I did not find Anne Baxter as riveting as other reviewers. This theme is a classical one and I have seen it before---the secret aims of a new member of a household etc...

Ambition & Deceit
An amazing cast and script work together to achieve magic in 'All About Eve'. This is one of the film legends that show what Hollywood film-making is truly all about.

Davis gives one of her best performances ever as the ageing stage actress Margo Channing. Margot is pretty cosy in her nest with her circle of friends until an ambitious young woman, Eve, comes along. One might say that as Margo, Davis was simply playing herself. There is a lot of truth in that, as Margo's barbed sense of humour, neuroticism, warmth and professionalism are typical Davis qualities. Davis is simply brilliant in this role, as is Anne Baxter. A sorely underrated performer, Baxter definitely tops Davis for sweet cunning and measure as Eve.

And the supporting fabulous are they? We have the great George Sanders as Addison de Witt, the cynical theater critic. Addison's the only one not fooled by Eve's plans, and delivers most of the sharpest lines in the film. Sanders oozes both charm and venom in a role that won him a Best Supporting Actor Oscar. Celeste Holm is much better here than in Gentlemen's Agreement, as Margo's best friend Karen. Her warmth and understated performance works well with Davis' paranoid theatrics. Delightful Thelma Ritter is just priceless as Birdie, and Gary Merrill is fine too, as Davis' beau (they were married in real-life at the time of making the film). Maybe the only downer is Hugh Marlowe, who has about as much screen presence as a cardboard box.

Check out a young Marilyn Monroe in a small role as a would-be starlet who has been taken under Addison's wings. She gets some good lines as the dumb blonde she would be destined to play over and over again later years. Is it pure coincidence that Monroe gets the lines that parody Gable? Marilyn, as Norma Mortensen in younger years, idolised Gable as the perfect father figure. There's plenty of other occasion for name dropping in this film, with Fox stars Tyrone Power and Gregory Peck getting a mention, too. Smart marketing ploy, actually.

There is a never a dull moment or spare scene in this film. It is rather long for a comedy-drama, but that just means more wit and humour can be added. Perfectly directed, this is one of the best satires of the acting industry you'll ever see. It also deals with universal themes ; ageing, ambition, deceit, the abuse of trust etc.

Very entertaining 10/10.
All About Eve
When I first read the synopsis of this film, I was not very excited about watching it, regardless I pressed play and soon found myself completely immersed. I found the first few minutes of the film to be interesting because I wasn't sure what was happening nor who was speaking, but gradually the narration became clear and the story through it's flashbacks pulled me in almost immediately. I was so eager to know what would happen to this young girl, and how her idol would react to her presence. Then it was not her presence to which the famed theater actress began reacting to, but everything else. It was an interesting and beautiful film to watch. I thought all the characters were phenomenal, especially Bette Davis' character. She played her so well and brought so much life that despite her jealous fits you still sympathize with her and can't help but like her. To me this made an impact because it kept me interested even though I had several reservations about watching this film, not only that but I still find myself thinking about it. That small fact makes it a memorable and fantastic piece of art.
All About Eve
All About Eve is a realistic portrayal of backstage Broadway theater, with a classic story structure centering on the aspiring, conniving young actress developing a relationship and using her wiles to attempt to replace the aging diva. The movie is set behind the scenes of the theater, and the story revolves around deception and ego.

The cinematography, lighting and set design, are all designed in a realistic manner, without any over the top elements. Costumes and makeup for each film are similarly very realistic.

Bette Davis is superb in her performance as the aging diva Margo Channing. The dialog and acting performances are spectacular.
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