Rebel Without a Cause - 1955
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Rebel Without a Cause

Updated: 16 Aug 2021
Directors:
Nicholas Ray David Weisbart William H. Ziegler Ernest Haller Leonard Rosenman Malcolm C. Bert Stanley Jones William Wallace Malcolm C. Bert Moss Mabry Nicholas Ray Irving Shulman Stewart Stern
Actors:
James Dean Natalie Wood Sal Mineo Ann Doran Jim Backus Corey Allen William Hopper Rochelle Hudson Dennis Hopper Edward Platt Steffi Sidney Virginia Brissac Beverly Long Ian Wolfe Frank Mazzola Robert Foulk Jack Simmons Nick Adams Jack Grinnage Clifford Morris Marietta Canty Almira Sessions Paul Birch Dorothy Abbott Jimmy Baird Paul Bryar John Close Chuck Hamilton Chuck Hicks Nelson Leigh David McMahon Edward McNally Peter Miller Faye Michael Nuell House Peters Jr. Nicholas Ray Gus Schilling Bert Stevens Dick Wessel Robert Williams Ralph Moratz
Genre:
Drama
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Year: 1955
After moving to a new town, troublemaking teen Jim Stark is supposed to have a clean slate, although being the new kid in town brings its own problems. While searching for some stability, Stark forms a bond with a disturbed classmate, Plato, and falls for local girl Judy. However, Judy is the girlfriend of neighborhood tough, Buzz. When Buzz violently confronts Jim and challenges him to a drag race, the new kid's real troubles begin.
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In a 2013 issue of Batman and Robin, penned by Peter J. Tomasi, Bruce Wayne finds a list of movies that Clark had recommended to Bruce’s son, Damian.
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I met this kid and we sort of struck up this friendship when I was in high school. His dad somehow got a hold of an early video player — it was probably not VHS, some earlier format or another. And he had some videos of all of these old movies and turned me onto the movies of Brando, Montgomery Clift, James Dean, all those guys. Rebel Without a Cause was a big one — there was something about that movie that just felt edgier to me.
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It was at the State Theater, in the fall of 1955, that a movie and its enigmatic star gave Bobby the first peek at the combustible properties of attitude and self-expression. On a crisp autumn day, he sat mesmerized by the premier showing of Rebel Without a Cause, a stagy morality play about teenage restlessness in suburbia… It ever the term “born-again” applied to Bob Dylan it was then, following this celluloid revelation. He had gotten a glimpse of the future up on the screen in the form of James Dean, teenage rebel, and it appealed to his sensibility.
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