In 1953 Montgomery Clift was a member of an outstanding ensemble cast who had filmed 'From Here to Eternity,' a fictional tale of the weeks preceding Pearl Harbor's attack. Burt Lancaster recalls the only time he was afraid of an actor was in a shooting his first scene with Clift. He also said of Clift, "He had so much power, so much concentration. Clift was a complicated man, there's no question about it. He was a very sweet man, Monty, very emotional."…
Montgomery Clift was one of he great pioneers of "good old-fashioned" cinema/movies such as "A Place in the Sun" and "From Here to Eternity," which can be viewed on TCM (Turner Classic Movies.) **WATCH A TOUCHING AND HEARTFELT TRIBUTE TO "MONTY" NARRATED BY ELIZABETH TAYLOR @ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cRimadmfMjc
Montgomery CLIFT (1920-66) Bio * AFI Top Actor nominee > Active 1933–66 > Born Edward Montgomery Clift 17 Oct 1920 Nebraska > Died 23 July 1966 (aged 45) New York, heart attack via occlusive coronary artery disease > Spouse / Children: none. Photo 1950s
Montgomery Clift,love his beautiful smile. Great actor!
Very smooth but angst-ridden young MONTY CLIFT wearing J.Press shirt with signature button-through flap on top pocket. 1950's. From Hollywood & the Ivy Look. By Graham Marsh & Tony Nourmand. (minkshmink)