Easy Living (1949)

Easy Living


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No relation to the 1937 screwball comedy of the same name, Easy Living is a film about the world of professional sports. Victor Mature plays Pete Wilson, star halfback of the New York Chiefs. Well past his prime, Wilson would like to retire to a coaching job, but his rival Tim McCarr (Sonny Tufts) beats him to it. Financially, Wilson is really in no position to retire; unfortunately, he has learned that he suffers from a potentially deadly heart condition. To make matters worse, he's on the outs … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Drama
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Written By: Irwin Shaw, Charles Schnee, Vera Caspary


as Pete Wilson

as Liza Wilson

as Lenahan

as Tim McCarr

as Scoop Spooner

as Penny McCarr

as Howard Vollmer

as Bill Holloran

as Jaegar

as Buddy Morgan

as Mrs. Belle Ryan

as Virgil Ryan

as Dr. Franklin

as Urchin

as Gilbert Vollmer

as Hunk Edwards

as Billy Duane

as Singer

as Bartender

as Themselves
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Critic Reviews for Easy Living

All Critics (2)

Sometimes interesting but sexist tale about football, with some good Tourneur touches.

Full Review… | July 6, 2010
Classic Film and Television

This would-be intelligent soap opera tale about the early days of pro football never reaches a boil.

Full Review… | August 22, 2005
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Audience Reviews for Easy Living

Solid drama with Lucy excellent as Victor Mature's secretary who carries a torch for him and Lizabeth Scott silky rotten as his grasping wife.

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