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Running time: 113 minutes
Financial pressure forces Howard Roark (Gary Cooper), idealistic architect with dynamic ideas about design, to take a job in a stone quarry. Here he encounters beautiful heiress Dominique (Patricia Neal) and a deep, mutual attraction springs up between them. Cooper abruptly ends the idyll by returning to New York to accept an architectural commission. Patricia marries newspaper tycoon Gail Wynand (Raymond Massey), whose paper, The Banner, wages a violent campaign against Cooper’s ideas. Society architect Peter Keating (Kent Smith) prevails on Cooper to aid in designing a proposed new public housing project. Cooper agrees on condition that no changes whatsoever be made, once his design is accepted. But, returning from a trip with Massey, now his friend and champion, Cooper discovers numerous changes and, in fury, he destroys the half-built structure with a blast of dynamite. Brought to trial, with public opinion overwhelmingly against him, his brilliant self-defense earns his acquittal. Massey, desperate at his personal failure to help Cooper, commits suicide after commissioning Cooper to
build the world’s highest building as his monument.
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Music by Max Steiner
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