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Awake and Sing!
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written by Clifford Odets, 1906-1963 (1935); directed by Robert Hopkins, 1886-1966 and Norman Lloyd, 1914-; designed by Jan Scott, 1915-2003, Noel Taylor, 1913-2010, Danny Franks, fl. 1969-1995; produced by Norman Lloyd, 1914-, Hollywood Television Theater, Los Angeles, CA; performed by Robert Lipton, 1943-, Milton Selzer, 1918-, Leo Fuchs, 1911-1994, Ruth Storey, 1913-1997, John Myhers, 1921-1992, Felicia Farr, 1932-, Martin Ritt, 1914-1990, Ron Rifkin, 1939- and Walter Matthau, 1920-2000 (Broadway Theatre Archive, 1972), 1 hour 34 mins
This is a performance of Clifford Odets' Awake and Sing! directed by Robert Hopkins and Norman Lloyd.
written by Clifford Odets, 1906-1963 (1935); directed by Robert Hopkins, 1886-1966 and Norman Lloyd, 1914-; designed by Jan Scott, 1915-2003, Noel Taylor, 1913-2010, Danny Franks, fl. 1969-1995; produced by Norman Lloyd, 1914-, Hollywood Television Theater, Los Angeles, CA; performed by Robert Lipton, 1943-, Milton Selzer, 1918-, Leo Fuchs, 1911-1994, Ruth Storey, 1913-1997, John Myhers, 1921-1992, Felicia Farr, 1932-, Martin Ritt, 1914-1990, Ron Rifkin, 1939- and Walter Matthau, 1920-2000 (Broadway Theatre Archive, 1972), 1 hour 34 mins
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Burning Bright
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written by John Steinbeck, 1902-1968 (1950); directed by Curt Conway, 1915-1974; designed by Zvi Geyra, fl. 1959-1960, Michael Travis, 1928-2014, Dean Nelson, fl. 1951; produced by Lewis Freedman, 1926-1992, National Telefilm Associates. Play of the Week, New York, NY; performed by Myron McCormick, 1908-1962, Colleen Dewhurst, 1924-1991, Dana Elcar, 1927-2005 and Donald Madden, 1933-1983 (Broadway Theatre Archive, 1959), 1 hour 41 mins
This is a performance of John Steinbeck's Burning Bright directed by Curt Conway.
written by John Steinbeck, 1902-1968 (1950); directed by Curt Conway, 1915-1974; designed by Zvi Geyra, fl. 1959-1960, Michael Travis, 1928-2014, Dean Nelson, fl. 1951; produced by Lewis Freedman, 1926-1992, National Telefilm Associates. Play of the Week, New York, NY; performed by Myron McCormick, 1908-1962, Colleen Dewhurst, 1924-1991, Dana Elcar, 1927-2005 and Donald Madden, 1933-1983 (Broadway Theatre Archive, 1959), 1 hour 41 mins
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Death Of A Salesman
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written by Arthur Miller, 1915-2005; directed by Alex Segal, 1915-1977; produced by Daniel Melnick, 1932-2009 and David Susskind, 1920-1987, Columbia Broadcasting System; performed by Lee J. Cobb, 1911-1976, Mildred Dunnock, 1901-1991, James Farentino, 1938-, Albert Dekker, 1905-1968, Edward Andrews, 1914-1985, George Segal, 1934-, Gene Wilder, 1933-2016, Bernie Kopell, 1933-, Marge Redmond, 1930-, Marc Fiorini, 1940-, Karen Steele, 1931-1988, June Foray, 1917- and Joan Patrick, fl. 1961-1968 (Broadway Theatre Archive, 1966), 1 hour 46 mins
This award-winning TV adaptation of Death of a Salesman of Arthur Miller's masterwork stars Academy Award-winning actor Lee J. Cobb (12 Angry Men, On the Waterfront) in his heartbreaking portrayal of Willy Loman and the ultimate incoherence of the American Dream. The production is directed by Alex Segal, who won a...
written by Arthur Miller, 1915-2005; directed by Alex Segal, 1915-1977; produced by Daniel Melnick, 1932-2009 and David Susskind, 1920-1987, Columbia Broadcasting System; performed by Lee J. Cobb, 1911-1976, Mildred Dunnock, 1901-1991, James Farentino, 1938-, Albert Dekker, 1905-1968, Edward Andrews, 1914-1985, George Segal, 1934-, Gene Wilder, 1933-2016, Bernie Kopell, 1933-, Marge Redmond, 1930-, Marc Fiorini, 1940-, Karen Steele, 1931-1988, June Foray, 1917- and Joan Patrick, fl. 1961-1968 (Broadway Theatre Archive, 1966), 1 hour 46 mins
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The Dock Brief
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written by John Mortimer, 1923-2009 (1957); directed by Stuart Burge, 1918-2002; produced by David Susskind, 1920-1987, National Telefilm Associates. Play of the Week, New York, NY; performed by Michael Hordern, 1911-1995 and George Walter Rose, 1920-1988 (Broadway Theatre Archive, 1959), 50 mins
This is a performance of John Mortimer's The Dock Brief directed by Stuart Burge.
written by John Mortimer, 1923-2009 (1957); directed by Stuart Burge, 1918-2002; produced by David Susskind, 1920-1987, National Telefilm Associates. Play of the Week, New York, NY; performed by Michael Hordern, 1911-1995 and George Walter Rose, 1920-1988 (Broadway Theatre Archive, 1959), 50 mins
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Enemies
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written by Arkady Leokum, fl. 1966-1971 (1971); directed by Fielder Cook, 1903-2003; produced by Lewis Freedman, 1926-1992, Hollywood Television Theater, Los Angeles, CA; performed by Ned Glass, 1906-1984 and Sam Jaffe, 1891-1984 (Broadway Theatre Archive, 1971), 47 mins
This is a performance of Arkady Leokum's Enemies directed by Fielder Cook.
written by Arkady Leokum, fl. 1966-1971 (1971); directed by Fielder Cook, 1903-2003; produced by Lewis Freedman, 1926-1992, Hollywood Television Theater, Los Angeles, CA; performed by Ned Glass, 1906-1984 and Sam Jaffe, 1891-1984 (Broadway Theatre Archive, 1971), 47 mins
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Freeman
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written by Phillip Hayes Dean, 1931-2014 (1971); directed by Lloyd George Richards, 1923-; designed by Liz Matus, fl. 1977, Terence Tam Soon, fl. 1982, Jeff Engel, fl. 1971-2003; produced by Barbara Schultz, fl. 1952, Community Television of Southern California. Visions, Los Angeles, CA; performed by Chip Fields, fl. 1987, Louis Gossett, Jr., 1936-, Paulene Myers, 1913-1996, Richard Ward, 1915-1979 and Dick Anthony Williams, 1934-2012 (Broadway Theatre Archive, 1977), 1 hour 27 mins
This is a performance of Phillip Hayes Dean's Freeman directed by Lloyd George Richards.
written by Phillip Hayes Dean, 1931-2014 (1971); directed by Lloyd George Richards, 1923-; designed by Liz Matus, fl. 1977, Terence Tam Soon, fl. 1982, Jeff Engel, fl. 1971-2003; produced by Barbara Schultz, fl. 1952, Community Television of Southern California. Visions, Los Angeles, CA; performed by Chip Fields, fl. 1987, Louis Gossett, Jr., 1936-, Paulene Myers, 1913-1996, Richard Ward, 1915-1979 and Dick Anthony Williams, 1934-2012 (Broadway Theatre Archive, 1977), 1 hour 27 mins
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The Master Builder
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written by Henrik Ibsen, 1828-1906 (1892); directed by John Morris Stix, 1920-2004; designed by Jac Venza, fl. 1962-2005, Peggy Morrison, fl. 1934-1959, Dean Nelson, fl. 1951; produced by Lewis Freedman, 1926-1992; performed by E. G. Marshall, 1910-1998, Lois Smith, 1930-, Phyllis Ann Love, 1925-, Fred Stewart, 1906-1970, Victor Kilian, 1891-1979, James Patterson, 1932-1972 and Joanna Roos, 1901-1989 (Broadway Theatre Archive, 1960), 1 hour 49 mins
In this production of Henrik Ibsen's late masterpiece The Master Builder, E. G. Marshall (Twelve Angry Men) plays the egomaniacal master builder Halvard Solness, a man whose successful business enterprises cause a host tormenting thoughts about the potency of human will and the responsibility therein. Opposite him...
written by Henrik Ibsen, 1828-1906 (1892); directed by John Morris Stix, 1920-2004; designed by Jac Venza, fl. 1962-2005, Peggy Morrison, fl. 1934-1959, Dean Nelson, fl. 1951; produced by Lewis Freedman, 1926-1992; performed by E. G. Marshall, 1910-1998, Lois Smith, 1930-, Phyllis Ann Love, 1925-, Fred Stewart, 1906-1970, Victor Kilian, 1891-1979, James Patterson, 1932-1972 and Joanna Roos, 1901-1989 (Broadway Theatre Archive, 1960), 1 hour 49 mins
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Much Ado About Nothing
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written by William Shakespeare, 1564-1616 (1599); directed by Nick Havinga, fl. 1964-1996 and Alfred Joseph Antoon, 1944-1992; choreographed by Donald Edward Saddler, 1918-; designed by Theoni V. Aldredge, 1922-2011, Phil Hymes, fl. 1959-2006; produced by Joseph Papp, 1921-1991, Columbia Broadcasting System; performed by Arny Freeman, 1908-1986, Marshall Efron, 1938-, Douglass Watson, 1921-1989, Mark Hammer, 1937-, Jeanne Hepple, 1936-, Charles Bartlett, fl. 1971-2002, Kathleen Effie Widdoes, 1939-, Frederick Coffin, 1943-2003, Jack Gianino, fl. 1972-2006, David Lenthall, fl. 1971-2004, Barnard Hughes, 1915-2006, Jerry Mayer, 1941-2003, George Gugleotti, fl. 1967-1973, April Shawnham, fl. 1972, Bette Henritze, fl. 1962-2002, Will Mackenzie, fl. 1960-2004, Tom McDermott, 1912-1996, Glenn Walken, 1945-, F. Murray Abraham, 1939-, William Robertson, fl. 1969-1972, Barbara Rubenstein, fl. 1972-1976, Richard Schneider, fl. 1972-1977, Robert Blacker, fl. 1973-2005, Bryan Mihok, fl. 1972, Richard Casper, fl. 1972-1973, James McGill, fl. 1972-1999, Joan Jaffe, fl. 1972-2007, Lindsay Ann Crouse, 1948-, Maury Cooper, fl. 1970-2005, Leland Schwantes, fl. 1972-1979, Rosamond Lynn, fl. 1972-1976, Nina Jordan, 1964- and Sam Waterston, 1940- (New York, NY: Broadway Theatre Archive, 1972), 2 hours 42 mins
This version of Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing takes place in turn-of-the-century America, with Don Pedro portrayed as Teddy Roosevelt and his Rough Riders. Directed by Nick Havinga and featuring Law & Order star Sam Waterson as Benedick, the witty production offers an intricate knot of love, marriage, and m...
written by William Shakespeare, 1564-1616 (1599); directed by Nick Havinga, fl. 1964-1996 and Alfred Joseph Antoon, 1944-1992; choreographed by Donald Edward Saddler, 1918-; designed by Theoni V. Aldredge, 1922-2011, Phil Hymes, fl. 1959-2006; produced by Joseph Papp, 1921-1991, Columbia Broadcasting System; performed by Arny Freeman, 1908-1986, Marshall Efron, 1938-, Douglass Watson, 1921-1989, Mark Hammer, 1937-, Jeanne Hepple, 1936-, Charles Bartlett, fl. 1971-2002, Kathleen Effie Widdoes, 1939-, Frederick Coffin, 1943-2003, Jack Gianino, fl. 1972-2006, David Lenthall, fl. 1971-2004, Barnard Hughes, 1915-2006, Jerry Mayer, 1941-2003, George Gugleotti, fl. 1967-1973, April Shawnham, fl. 1972, Bette Henritze, fl. 1962-2002, Will Mackenzie, fl. 1960-2004, Tom McDermott, 1912-1996, Glenn Walken, 1945-, F. Murray Abraham, 1939-, William Robertson, fl. 1969-1972, Barbara Rubenstein, fl. 1972-1976, Richard Schneider, fl. 1972-1977, Robert Blacker, fl. 1973-2005, Bryan Mihok, fl. 1972, Richard Casper, fl. 1972-1973, James McGill, fl. 1972-1999, Joan Jaffe, fl. 1972-2007, Lindsay Ann Crouse, 1948-, Maury Cooper, fl. 1970-2005, Leland Schwantes, fl. 1972-1979, Rosamond Lynn, fl. 1972-1976, Nina Jordan, 1964- and Sam Waterston, 1940- (New York, NY: Broadway Theatre Archive, 1972), 2 hours 42 mins
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My Heart's in the Highlands
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written by William Saroyan, 1908-1981 (1939); directed by Kirk Browning, 1921-2008; designed by Willard Levitas, fl. 1950-1966, Gene Coffin, fl. 1930-1960, Ralph K. Holmes, fl. 1935-1983; produced by Marc Merson, 1931-2013; performed by Eddie Hodges, 1947-, Tamara Daykarhanova, 1892-1980, Nathaniel Frey, 1913-1970, Kevin Coughlin, 1945-1976, Myron McCormick, 1908-1962, Walter Matthau, 1920-2000, Eric Tavaris, fl. 1980-1981, Dianne Ramey, fl. 1958-1963, Terry Carter, 1928-, Griff Evans, fl. 1947-1998, Joe Boland, 1903-1987, Louis Negin, fl. 1957-2001, Beatrice Ruth, fl. 1952-1960 and Allan Lindstrom, fl. 1960 (Broadway Theatre Archive, 1960), 1 hour 17 mins
This is a performance of William Saroyan's My Heart's in the Highlands directed by Kirk Browning.
written by William Saroyan, 1908-1981 (1939); directed by Kirk Browning, 1921-2008; designed by Willard Levitas, fl. 1950-1966, Gene Coffin, fl. 1930-1960, Ralph K. Holmes, fl. 1935-1983; produced by Marc Merson, 1931-2013; performed by Eddie Hodges, 1947-, Tamara Daykarhanova, 1892-1980, Nathaniel Frey, 1913-1970, Kevin Coughlin, 1945-1976, Myron McCormick, 1908-1962, Walter Matthau, 1920-2000, Eric Tavaris, fl. 1980-1981, Dianne Ramey, fl. 1958-1963, Terry Carter, 1928-, Griff Evans, fl. 1947-1998, Joe Boland, 1903-1987, Louis Negin, fl. 1957-2001, Beatrice Ruth, fl. 1952-1960 and Allan Lindstrom, fl. 1960 (Broadway Theatre Archive, 1960), 1 hour 17 mins
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Once Around the Block
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written by William Saroyan, 1908-1981 (1949); directed by Kirk Browning, 1921-2008; designed by Willard Levitas, fl. 1950-1966, Gene Coffin, fl. 1930-1960, Ralph K. Holmes, fl. 1935-1983; produced by Marc Merson, 1931-2013, National Telefilm Associates. Play of the Week, New York, NY; performed by Walter Matthau, 1920-2000, Orson Bean, 1928-, Larry Hagman, 1931- and Nina Wilcox, fl. 1957-1985 (Broadway Theatre Archive, 1960), 22 mins
This is a performance of William Saroyan's Once Around the Block directed by Kirk Browning.
written by William Saroyan, 1908-1981 (1949); directed by Kirk Browning, 1921-2008; designed by Willard Levitas, fl. 1950-1966, Gene Coffin, fl. 1930-1960, Ralph K. Holmes, fl. 1935-1983; produced by Marc Merson, 1931-2013, National Telefilm Associates. Play of the Week, New York, NY; performed by Walter Matthau, 1920-2000, Orson Bean, 1928-, Larry Hagman, 1931- and Nina Wilcox, fl. 1957-1985 (Broadway Theatre Archive, 1960), 22 mins
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