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When all his offspring turn on Marcus in one way or another, their mother Lavinia leaves her family. Patriarch Marcus Hubbard was born into poverty and toiled at menial labor while teaching himself Greek philosophy and the basics of business acumen. Fifteen years after the Civil War the people of Bowden, Alabama still hate Marcus Hubbard for wartime profiteering. Shrewd, amoral elder son Benjamin is plotting to usurp his father's power and steal his money by revealing a dark secret from his days as a war profiteer. As Lavinia chatters about it being her birthday, Marcus appears, frightening John off.
Another Part of the Forest Another Part of the Forest is a 1948 American drama film directed by Michael Gordon and starring Fredric March.
Czech circus owner-Clown and his entire troupe employ a daring stratagem in order to escape en masse from behind the iron curtain. Directed by Dan Wackerman. By Lilian Hellman.
Another Part of the Forest Approved | 1h 47min | Drama , Romance | 9 September 1948 (Mexico) This 'prequel' to The Little Foxes tells how the ruthless members of the old-South Hubbard family got that way. Set in the fictional town of Bowden, Alabama in June 1880, the plot focuses on the wealthy, ruthless, and innately evil Hubbard family and their rise to prominence. Looking for a slightly scary movie to watch this Halloween? Choose an adventure below and discover your next favorite movie or TV show. Early on a Sunday morning, as Regina and John argue about the frequency of his visits, Regina says she has a plan that she wants to talk about with him. There is hardly a shot which does not set up visual tension against the lashing, steel-spring dialogue; there is not a single performance which is short of adequate; the work of Miss Eldridge, Mr. O'Brien and Betsey Blair, as a shaky-minded neighbor, is much more. A hard-line judge is tempted toward mercy-killing by his wife's terminal cancer. Marcus Hubbard, rich, despotic and despised, made a fortune during the Civil War by running the blockade and worse.