The man in the Grey Flannel Suit

“The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit,” Gregory Peck's 1956 portrayal of a corporate PR man in New York, is considered the first-ever movie about working in the field. The city's newly prosperous “bedroom communities” — stay-at-home moms, commuting dads — are the result of the post WWII economic boom, the largest the U.S. had ever seen. A perfect film, here in its entirety: