Robinson, burt lancaster, louisa horton and mady christians. This version is more faithful to arthur miller s original play than the 1948 film version. Based on a play by arthur miller, all my sons is an interesting portrait of an american family in the immediate aftermath of the second world war. After three years, kate still clings to the hope that her son is alive. This guide is designed to assist in preparing a lesson plan for reading the play or watching a performance. Watch royal opera houses full production of cosi fan tutte. All my sons 1986 in a small town in postworld war ii america, kate keller michael learned anxiously awaits the return of her eldest son, who was reported missing in combat. All my sons broadway, all my sons original cast list, original cast, current cast. All my sons 1987 jack obrien, john power on allmovie. American playhouse all my sons tv episode 1987 full cast. All my sons by arthur miller summary and explanation duration. Joe keller keller kate keller mother chris keller ann deever george deever dr.
Arthur miller interviewed about marilyn monroe in 1987 duration. Written in 1947, all my sons by arthur miller is the sad postworld war ii story about the kellers, a seemingly allamerican family. If you have never seen all my sons on stage or the 1948 movie made of it, here is a chance to see a watershed play that divides millers years as a playwright of promise from the years when he. Movie details finally, a classic not suffering from overexposure. Original theatrical trailer for all my sons, 1948 featured products tcm annual catalog. American playhouse all my sons tv episode 1987 imdb. It was remade for tv in 1955 and again in 1986 starring james whitmore and aidan quinn in the robinson and lancaster rolesa version far more faithful to the tone and intent of the original. All my sons original trailer turner classic movies. In 1987, all my sons was made into a madefortv film. Set during world war ii, a troubled father and son know that a second son will never return from the war, even though the mother believes her missing boy will soon come home. Jim bayliss jim sue bayliss frank lubey lydia lubey bert act one the back yard of the keller home in the outskirts of an american town.
Licensed to youtube by sme on behalf of buddha records. Mar 10, 2004 nationally, millers works are a mainstay of regional companies, one example being the current revival of all my sons at theatreworks in palo alto. Number referring to episode on accession card for offair tape viewing copy is number 601. It shows the effect of lies, corruption, injustice and war profiteering on an upper class family in the us industrial heartland. In a small town in postworld war ii america, kate keller michael learned anxiously awaits the return of her eldest son, who was reported missing in combat. In his earlier monologue with ann, he confesses that he feels it draining out of him. All my sons a play in three acts by arthur miller characters.
They have only one sadness in their lives the loss of their other son, larry, who went missing in world war ii. Adapted by steve sohmer from his own novel, the film stars harry hamlin as a freshman senator from. Two families, related by friendship and love, face up to the consequences of greed and avarice in the postwar years. This movie should be viewed and discussed in every high school. American playhouse all my sons tv episode 1987 plot. Arthur millers all my sons revived on broadway upi archives. Movie in full length, classic feature film full movies for free duration.
This production opens with a young tree toppling in a storm at night. Robinson and burt lancaster arrived on time and is one of the greatest movies i have ever seen. The play opened on broadway at the coronet theatre in new york city on january 29, 1947, closed on november 8, 1947 and ran for 328 performances. All my sons tells the story of joe keller, a successful, middleaged, selfmade man who has done a terrible and tragic thing. Find movie and film cast and crew information for american playhouse. Watch online or download the full show to your desktop now at productiondetailsallmysonsplay david suchet.
American playhouse all my sons tv episode 1987 quotes on imdb. All my sons is a threeact play written in 1946 by arthur miller. It was directed by elia kazan to whom it is dedicated, produced by elia kazan and harold clurman, and won the new york drama critics circle award. All my sons is not considered arthur millers best play but its a great work of art nonetheless. Favorite son is the 115minute abridgement of the threepart tv miniseries favorite son. In all my sons, he could still be considered the pupil, the most obviously gifted pupil, of clifford odets. All my sons is a must have for any admirer of classic drama. Here the play takes on full dimensions buoyed no doubt by the extraordinary performances of a cast consumed by their work. With joan allen, michael learned, aidan quinn, james whitmore. He was acquitted when the court decided that it was his business partner who. I dont know why it is, but every time i reach out for something i want, i have to pull back because other people will suffer. In some ways, all my sons is a sad comingofage story for chris. Summary taken from tv guide new york metropolitan edition and baseline.
Internet movie database has john power credited as the director. Here you can find best 2019 movies or oldies, all links and embeds from 3rd party from all over the web. In 1987, the broadway revival of all my sons won the tony award for best revival of a play starring richard kiley. American playhouse theatrical films mca home video firm. Memorable quotes and exchanges from movies, tv series and more. American playhouse all my sons tv episode 1987 full. This dvd of arthur millers play, all my sons 1948, with edward g. All my sons now available to download from digital theatre. Set during world war ii, a troubled father and son know that a second son will never return from the war, even though the. This is all my sons by u of u college of fine arts on vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them. With brian blain, pat mcdonald, leila hayes, ian rawlings. Chriss wider vision of humanity is informed by the war.
James whitmore stars as joe keller, a bullying industrialist whod been accused of selling defective weapon parts to the government during world war ii. During ww2, industrialist joe keller commits a crime and frames his business partner herbert deever but years later his sin comes back to haunt him when joes son plans to marry deevers daughter. Joe keller, a successful businessman, lives comfortably with his wife, kate, and son, chris, in a suburban american neighborhood. All my sons 1986 cast and crew in a small town in postworld war ii america, kate keller michael learned anxiously awaits the return of her eldest son, who was reported missing in combat. All my sons is a 1948 drama film noir directed by irving reis, based on arthur millers play of the same name, and starring edward g.
Dramatic incidents in the lives of the wealthy hamilton family and working class palmer family, linked by the longago secret affair of david palmer and patricia hamilton and the offspring of that affair, twins john palmer and angela hamilton secretly adopted into the respective families. Finally, a classic not suffering from overexposure. Arthur millers all my sons available now from digital theatre. May 26, 2019 set in 1947, all my sons centers on the keller family, whose two sons were in world war ii. The main roles are james whitmore as joe keller, aidan quinn as chris keller, michael learned as kate keller and joan allen as ann deever. His original script was used as the basis for the screen play for the movie version. All my sons is a 1948 american film drama directed by irving reis and based on arthur miller s play of the same name. James whitmore stars as joe keller, a bullying industrialist whod been accused of selling defective weapon parts to. Cast and crew credits for all my sons, 1987, directed by jack obrien, with joan allen, layne coleman, zeljko ivanek, at turner classic movies. All my sons is the 1986 tv adaptation of arthur millers 1947 broadway play a film version, starring edward g. American playhouse all my sons tv episode 1987 cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.
It is an outstanding work written by arguably the greatest playwright of the twentieth century. All my sons was arthur millers first successful play. Arthur millers all my sons 1947, about a familys efforts to cope with world war iis bitter legacy. You could also stream best movie with subtitles or choose different source from a big variety. Oct 16, 2008 millers first successful play, all my sons won the tony award for the author in 1947 and director elia kazan and ran for 328 performances on broadway.
This is the performance of all my sons to own since the play is done in its entirety, unlike the watered down 1948 film version where the role of kate keller is reduced to tatters. After one, a pilot, was reported missing, their mom, kate, cant accept even the possibility he could. All my sons project gutenberg selfpublishing ebooks. Critics have found, in the play, evidence of millers relative immaturity as a playwright. Watch american playhouse episodes online season 6 1987. It does not recommend the 1948 version of the movie. This is all my sons by ryan mayfield productions on vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them. All my sons is the first arthur miller work to be made into a movie. The supporting cast features louisa horton, mady christians, howard duff, arlene francis, and harry morgan.1051 1192 347 116 924 567 1359 254 217 968 686 206 13 463 585 69 553 215 1441 264 578 1031 1073 1330 566 1100 915 1319 218 1070 178 1036 956 854 1118 1261 1206 175 1217 919