During the Great Depression, a drought is wreaking havoc on a small, destitute Kansas town. Bill Starbuck (Burt Lancaster), a slick grifter, arrives in town, promising he can make it rain in exchange for $100. His offer is accepted by H. C. Curry (Cameron Prudhomme), a rancher whose spinster daughter, Lizzie (Katharine Hepburn), is desperate for a suitor. Lizzie finally finds confidence when Starbuck, ever the smooth talker, convinces her she's beautiful.
This romance film was directed by Joseph Anthony, and adapted from the 1954 Play under the same name by N. Richard Nash.
The condition of this original print is very fine, and it has been folded by its previous handler, so please examine the image before your purchase. The image is the exact poster for sale. This is not a reprint or reproduction.
A Certificate of Authenticity is Included.