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The Razor's Edge (1946 film) - Wikipedia The Razor's Edge is the first film version of W. Somerset Maugham's 1944 novel of the same name. It was released in 1946 and stars Tyrone Power, Gene Tierney, John ...

The Razor's Edge (1946 film) The Razors Edge is the first film version of W Man From Hell S Edge Somerset Maughams 1944 novel of the same name It was released in 1946 and stars Tyrone Power Gene Tierney John Payne Anne Baxter Clifton Webb Herbert Marshall with a supporting cast including Lucile Watson Frank Latimore and Elsa Lanchester Marshall plays Somerset Maugham The film was directed by Edmund Goulding The Razors Edge tells the story of Larry Darrell an American pilot traumatized by his experiences in World War I who sets off in search of some transcendent meaning in his life The story begins through the eyes of Larrys friends and acquaintances as they witness his personality change after the War His rejection of conventional life and search for meaningful experience allows him to thrive while the more materialistic characters suffer reversals of fortune The Razors Edge was nominated for four Academy Awards including Best Motion Picture with Anne Baxter winning Best Actress in a Supporting Role Contents 1 Plot 2 Cast 3 Production history 4 Academy Awards 5 References 6 External links The film in which W Somerset Maugham Herbert Marshall is himself a minor character drifting in and out of the lives of the major players opens at a party held following World War I in 1919 at a country club in Chicago Illinois Elliott Templeton Clifton Webb an expatriate has returned to the United States for the first time since before the war to visit his sister Louisa Bradley Lucile Watson and his niece Isabel Gene Tierney engaged to be married to Larry Darrell Tyrone Power of whom Elliott strongly disapproves for rejecting both inclusion in their social stratum and working in the common world Larry is traumatized by the death of a comrade who sacrificed himself on the last day of the war to save Larry and announces that he plans to loaf on his small inheritance of 3000 a year He refuses a job offer from the father of his friend Gray John Payne a millionaire who is hopelessly in love with Isabel too Larry and Isabel agree to postpone their marriage so that he can go to Paris to try to clear his muddled thoughts Meanwhile Larry’s childhood friend Sophie Nelson Anne Baxter settles into a happy marriage with Bob MacDonald Frank Latimore only to lose him and their baby in a car crash In Paris Larry immerses himself in a Bohemian life After a year Isabel visits and Larry asks her to marry him immediately Isabel does not understand his search for meaning and breaks their engagement Before she returns to Chicago she cannot carry through with a scheme to seduce Larry and trick him into making an honest woman of her She marries Gray to provide her the elite social and family life she craves Meanwhile Larry works in a coal mine in France where a defrocked priest Kosti Fritz Kortner urges him travel to India to learn from a mystic Larry studies at a monastery in the Himalayas under the tutelage of the Holy Man Cecil Humphreys then makes a lone pilgrimage to the mountaintop where he finds enlightenment The Holy Man tells Larry to return to the world to share what he now knows about life Back in Paris Maugham meets Elliott by chance and learns that Isabel and her family are living with Elliott after being financially ruined by the stock market crash of 1929 Gray has had a nervous breakdown and suffers from terrible headaches Elliott sold short before the crash and made a killing in the market Maugham arranges a lunch for Elliott and his household to meet an old friend who turns out to be Larry Larry is able to help Gray using an Indian form of hypnotic suggestion Later while slumming at a disreputable nightclub they encounter Sophie now a drunkard Larry undertakes Sophies reformation and out of lofty motives arranges to marry her but when he tells Isabel who is still in love with him she plots to prove to Larry that Sophies reform is only temporary She successfully tempts Sophie back into drinking and Sophie disappears Larrys last endeavour to reclaim his childhood companion from her depravity and despair proves fruitless Man From Hell S Edge Sophie is murdered and her death reunites Larry and Maugham during the police investigation Maugham and Larry visit Elliott on his deathbed in the South of France Larry gives Elliott peace of mind after he is deliberately excluded from an important soiree hosted by a princess with whom he had a row herself once an American Midwesterner like Elliott Larry persuades Miss Keith Lanchester her social secretary to allow him to use a blank invitation to counterfeit one for Elliott Isabel inherits her uncles fortune which she can use to underwrite Grays attempt to rebuild his fathers bankrupt brokerage Larry refuses to reconcile with Isabel deducing that she caused Sophies return to drinking and ultimately her murder Instead he decides to work his way back to America aboard a tramp steamer Maugham tries to console Isabel with the knowledge that Larry is happy because he has found in himself the quality of true goodness Tyrone Power as Larry Darrell Gene Tierney as Isabel Bradley John Payne as Gray Maturin Anne Baxter as Sophie MacDonald Clifton Webb as Elliott Templeton Herbert Marshall as W Somerset Maugham Lucile Watson as Louisa Bradley Frank Latimore as Bob MacDonald Elsa Lanchester as Miss Keith Cecil Humphreys as the Holy Man Fritz Kortner as Kosti Production historyedit 20th Century Fox purchased the film rights from Maugham in March 1945 for 50000 equivalent to approximately 6651574 plus 20 of the films net profits The contract stipulated that Maugham would receive an additional 50000 if the film did not start shooting by February 2 1946 In August 1945 producer Darryl F Zanuck had the second unit begin shooting in the mountains around Denver Colorado which were to portray the Himalayas in the film The stars had not yet been cast Larry Darrell was played by a standin and was filmed in extreme long shot Zanuck wanted Tyrone Power to star and delayed casting until Power finished his service in the Marines in January 1946 Zanuck originally hired George Cukor to direct but creative differences led to Cukors removal Although Maugham wanted his friend whom he had in mind when he created the character Gene Tierney for Isabel5 Zanuck chose Maureen OHara but told her not to tell anyone As OHara recounted in her autobiography she shared the secret with Linda Darnell but Zanuck found out fired OHara and hired Tierney Betty Grable and Judy Garland were originally considered for the role of Sophie before Baxter was cast Maugham wrote an early draft of the screenplay but not one word of his version was used in the final script and as a result Maugham declined Zanucks request to write a sequel and never worked in Hollywood again 6 Academy Awardsedit Wins Best Actress in a Supporting Role Anne Baxter Nominations Best Motion Picture 20th CenturyFox Best Actor in a Supporting Role Clifton Webb Best Art Direction BlackandWhite Art Direction Richard Day Nathan Juran Interior Decoration Thomas Little Paul S Fox Referencesedit All Time Domestic Champs Variety 6 January 1960 p 34 Top Grossers of 1947 Variety 7 January 1948 p 63 Aubrey Solomon Twentieth CenturyFox A Corporate and Financial History Rowman & Littlefield 2002 p 221 Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis Community Development Project Consumer Price Index estimate 1800– Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis Retrieved January 2 2017   Tierney and Herskowitz 1978 Wyden BooksSelf Portrait p 177 Sri Ramana Maharshi and Somerset Maugham davidgodman org Retrieved 15 August 2017   External linksedit The Razors Edge on IMDb The Razors Edge at the TCM Movie Database The Razors Edge at the American Film Institute Catalog The Razors Edge at AllMovie