The young and poor George Eastman (Montgomery Clift) leaves his religious mother and Chicago and arrives in California expecting to find a better job in the business of his wealthy uncle Charles Eastman. His cousin Earl Eastman advises him that there are many women in the factory and the basic rule is that he must not hang around with any of them. George meets the worker of the assembly line, Alice Tripp, in the movie theater and they date. Meanwhile, the outcast George is promoted and he meets the gorgeous Angela Vickers at a party thrown at his uncle's house. Angela introduces him to the local high society and they fall in love with each other. However, Alice is pregnant and she wants to get married with George. During a dinner party at Angela's lake house with parents, relatives, and friends, Alice calls George from the bus station and gives him thirty minutes to meet her; otherwise she will crash the party and tell what has happened...
Elizabeth Taylor....Angela Vickers
Shelley Winters....Alice Tripp
Anne Revere....Hannah Eastman
Keefe Brasselle....Earl Eastman
Raymond Burr....Dist. Atty. R. Frank Marlowe
Herbert Heyes....Charles Eastman
Shepperd Strudwick....Anthony 'Tony' Vickers
Frieda Inescort....Mrs. Ann Vickers
Kathryn Givney....Louise Eastman
Walter Sande....Art Jansen - George's Attorney
Ted de Corsia....Judge R.S. Oldendorff
Filmography links and data courtesy of The Internet Movie Database.