Overview

Stephen Rojack is a decorated war vet who has now found success as an outspoken television personality. During a vicious argument with his wife, Deborah, Stephen snaps and pushes her from his high-rise apartment to her death. He manages to convince the authorities that she killed herself, then reignites an old affair with singer Cherry McMahon -- which doesn't sit well with her jealous mobster boyfriend, Nicky.

  1. Robert Gist

    Director

  2. Norman Mailer

    Novel

  3. Howard Rodman

    Screenplay

  4. Mann Rubin

    Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Stuart Whitman

    Stuart Whitman

    Stephen Richard Rojack

  2. Janet Leigh

    Janet Leigh

    Cherry McMahon

  3. Eleanor Parker

    Eleanor Parker

    Deborah Kelly Rojack

  4. Barry Sullivan

    Barry Sullivan

    Police Lt. G. Roberts

  5. Lloyd Nolan

    Lloyd Nolan

    Barney Kelly

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An American Dream
An American Dream

Facts

Status Released

Release Information

  • August 31, 1966
    Theatrical

    Meaning

Original Language English

Runtime 1h 43m

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