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Broderick Crawford
   for his role in   
All the King's Men (1949)
"All the King's Men" was a hit, as was "Born Yesterday" (Crawford replaced actor Paul Douglas, who had originated the role on Broadway, in this cast). However, he was unable to keep up his career due to typecasting as a crude, boorish brute. The fact that he was a hard drinker and was occasionally belligerent on-set didn't help his career prospects.
1949
   the winner was   
All the King's Men
Director: Robert Rossen for Columbia
Robert Penn Warren
   wrote   
All the King's Men
Story of Louisiana Governor, Hughie Long; Pulitizer Prize, 1947
Robert Penn Warren
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
All the King's Men (2006)
The film is named after the book and is an adaptation of the 1946 Pulitzer Prize winning novel.
All the King's Men (1949)
   was set in   
Louisiana
Based on the Robert Penn Warren novel
All the King's Men
   was written by   
Robert Penn Warren
1947
Mercedes McCambridge
   for her role in   
All the King's Men (1949)
As Sadie Burke
All the King's Men (2006)
   starred   
Sean Penn, Jude Law, Anthony Hopkins and Kate Winslet
Director: Steven Zaillian
Steven Zaillian
   directed   
All the King's Men (2006)
All the King's Men (1949)
   starred   
Broderick Crawford, John Ireland and Joanne Dru
Director: Robert Rossen. Also starred John Derek, Mercedes McCambridge & Shepperd Strudwick. Plot: The rise and fall of a corrupt politician, who makes his friends richer and retains power by dint of a populist appeal.
All The King's Men (1949)
   has the tagline   
He Might Have Been A Pretty Good Guy...If Too Much Power...And Women...Hasn't Gone To His Head!
All the King's Men by Robert Penn Warren
   was titled from the literary source   
Humpty Dumpty
Nursery rhyme
Broderick Crawford
   won the Golden Globe for   
All the King's Men
Best Actor - Drama, 1949
Robert Penn Warren
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
All the King's Men (2006)
The film is named after the book and is an adaptation of the 1946 Pulitzer Prize winning novel.
Humpty Dumpty
   has the line   
"All the King's Horses, And All the King's Men"
"Couldn't put Humpty together again."






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