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George and Catherine Apley of Boston lead a proper life in the proper social circle, as did the Apleys before them. When grown daughter Eleanor falls in love with Howard (from New York!), and son John with Myrtle (from Worcester!), the ordered life of the Apley home on Beacon Street is threatened, as is the hoped-for union of John and Apley-cousin Agnes.

  1. Joseph L. Mankiewicz

    Director

  2. John P. Marquand

    Writer

  3. George S. Kaufman

    Writer

  4. Philip Dunne

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Ronald Colman

    Ronald Colman

    George Apley

  2. Peggy Cummins

    Peggy Cummins

    Eleanor 'Ellie' Apley

  3. Vanessa Brown

    Vanessa Brown

    Agnes Willing

  4. Mildred Natwick

    Mildred Natwick

    Amelia Newcombe

  5. Richard Haydn

    Richard Haydn

    Horatio Willing

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The Late George Apley
The Late George Apley

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Status Released

Release Information

  • March 19, 1947
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 33m

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