Hal Carter (William Holden) is a drifter who rides the rails into a small Kansas town with dreams of landing a respectable job with his rich college buddy Alan (Cliff Robertson). Kim Novak is the small-town beauty queen, Madge Owens, yearning for something she can't quite grasp. She is engaged to Alan but she falls for the drifter, as do schoolteacher Rosemary Sidney (Rosalind Russell) and Madge's tomboyish kid sister, Millie. Everything comes to a head at the Labor Day picnic. Directed by Joshua Logan (1955, 115 mins.)
Note: Movie shown on 2nd Monday this month only, due to Labor Day Holiday.