Fountainhead, The (page 6 of 9)

The movie "The Fountainhead", directed by King Vidor, screenplay by Ayn Rand, based on her novel of the same name. Seen here from left, Robert Douglas as newspaper columnist Ellsworth M. Toohey and Gary Cooper as architect Howard Roark. As per the film, Ellsworth confronts Roark: "There are buildings going up all over the city, which are great chances refused to you and given to incompetent fools. You're walking the streets while they're doing the work that you love but cannot obtain. This city is closed to you. It is I who have done it." Initial theatrical release July 2, 1949. Screen capture. Copyright © 1948 Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. Credit: © 1948 Warner Bros. / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The movie "The Fountainhead", directed by King Vidor, screenplay by Ayn Rand, based on her novel of the same name. Seen here from left, Raymond Massey as Gail Wynand and Patricia Neal as Dominique Francon. He has just proposed to her. As related to the novel, 'Then he pulled her to him and he kissed her (...) she tried to stiffen her body, not to respond, (...) forced to forget everything but the physical fact of a man who held her.' Initial theatrical release July 2, 1949. Screen capture. Copyright © 1948 Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. Credit: © 1948 Warner Bros. / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The movie "The Fountainhead", directed by King Vidor, screenplay by Ayn Rand, based on her novel of the same name. Seen here, Raymond Massey as Gail Wynand on board of his yacht named 'I Do.' As explained in the book, “What does that name mean?” she asked. “It’s an answer,” said Wynand, “to people long since dead. (...) You see, the sentence I heard most often in my childhood was ‘You don’t run things around here.’ ” Initial theatrical release July 2, 1949. Screen capture. Copyright © 1948 Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. Credit: © 1948 Warner Bros. / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The movie "The Fountainhead", directed by King Vidor, screenplay by Ayn Rand, based on her novel of the same name. Seen here from New York Harbor, the skyline of lower Manhattan featuring three tall skyscrapers. From left, 40 Wall Street, 20 Exchange Place, and 70 Pine Street. Initial theatrical release July 2, 1949. Screen capture. Copyright © 1948 Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. Credit: © 1948 Warner Bros. / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The movie "The Fountainhead", directed by King Vidor, screenplay by Ayn Rand, based on her novel of the same name. Seen here, Gary Cooper as Howard Roark. Initial theatrical release July 2, 1949. Screen capture. Copyright © 1948 Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. Credit: © 1948 Warner Bros. / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The movie "The Fountainhead", directed by King Vidor, screenplay by Ayn Rand, based on her novel of the same name. Seen here, Gary Cooper as Howard Roark. Initial theatrical release July 2, 1949. Screen capture. Copyright © 1948 Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. Credit: © 1948 Warner Bros. / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The movie "The Fountainhead", directed by King Vidor, screenplay by Ayn Rand, based on her novel of the same name. Seen here, Patricia Neal as Dominique Francon looking at a scale model of the Enright House. Initial theatrical release July 2, 1949. Screen capture. Copyright © 1948 Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. Credit: © 1948 Warner Bros. / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The movie "The Fountainhead", directed by King Vidor, screenplay by Ayn Rand, based on her novel of the same name. Seen here, Patricia Neal as Dominique Francon. Initial theatrical release July 2, 1949. Screen capture. Copyright © 1948 Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. Credit: © 1948 Warner Bros. / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The movie "The Fountainhead", directed by King Vidor, screenplay by Ayn Rand, based on her novel of the same name. Seen here, completed Enright House, designed by architect Howard Roark. From the novel, 'The Enright House rented promptly. The tenants who moved in were people who wanted to live in sane comfort and cared about nothing else. They did not discuss the value of the building; they merely liked living there. They were the sort who lead useful, active private lives in public silence.' Initial theatrical release July 2, 1949. Screen capture. Copyright © 1948 Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. Credit: © 1948 Warner Bros. / Courtesy: Pyxurz.


The movie "The Fountainhead", directed by King Vidor, screenplay by Ayn Rand, based on her novel of the same name. Seen here, completion of the Enright House, designed by architect Howard Roark. Initial theatrical release July 2, 1949. Screen capture. Copyright © 1948 Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. Credit: © 1948 Warner Bros. / Courtesy: Pyxurz.