Set in the middle of a howling snowstorm, Bus Stop
tells the tale of passengers on a bus out of Kansas City, forced to stop at a cheerful roadside diner for the night. Flung together for the night, the mismatched group of characters learn lessons about life, loneliness and love as they wait for morning. The diner's owner has eyes for the macho bus driver, and Shakespeare-quoting teenage waitress might also get her first crack at romance. The lovesick rodeo rider, Bo, has kidnapped nightclub singer Cherie, and a pretentious Ph.D. is looking for love in all the wrong places. Playwright William Inge won a Pulitzer Prize for the play and an Academy Award for penning the screenplay of the film version, starring Marilyn Monroe.
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