Autumn Leaves (film)

Autumn Leaves (film)

Autumn Leaves is a 1956 Columbia Pictures drama film starring Joan Crawford and Cliff Robertson in an older woman/younger man tale of mental illness. The screenplay was written by Jean Rouverol and Hugo Butler, though it was credited to Jack Jevne, Rouverol and Butler being blacklisted at the time of the film's release. The film was directed by Robert Aldrich and produced by William Goetz. Autumn Leaves won an international award for its director and has been released to VHS.

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Autumn Leaves (film) - Awards
... Silver Bear for Best Director (Aldrich), Berlin International Film Festival 1956. ...

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