The Glass Menagerie1987
Starring Joanne Woodward, John Malkovich, Karen Allen and James Naughton, "The Glass Menagerie" (also known as "Glasmenagerie, Die", "Zoo di vetro, Lo") is a Drama film directed by Paul Newman, released on October 23 of 1987 in the USA.
Who directed "The Glass Menagerie":
The Glass Menagerie was directed by Paul Newman, an American actor, producer, director, and writer.
Before The Glass Menagerie, Paul Newman had directed Harry & Son, released in 1984, The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds (1972), Sometimes a Great Notion (1971), Rachel, Rachel (1968).
What was the release date of "The Glass Menagerie":
The Glass Menagerie was first released in the United States on Friday, October 23, 1987. Other films released on Friday, October 23, 1987 are Suspect (dir. Peter Yates), John and the Missus (dir. Gordon Pinsent), The Killing Time (dir. Rick King), Nightflyers, and Prince of Darkness (dir. John Carpenter). This was thirty-one (31) years ago.
It has been released on Saturday, September 19, 1987 in Canada.
Who is at the casting of "The Glass Menagerie":
At the casting of The Glass Menagerie we find Joanne Woodward, previously seen in Harry & Son (1984) and The End (1978); John Malkovich (Making Mr. Right (1987), The Killing Fields (1984)); Karen Allen (Backfire (1987), Starman (1984)) [ more... ]
What is the Storyline of "The Glass Menagerie":
Introduced by Tom Wingfield as a memory play, it is based on his recollection of his disillusioned and delusional mother Amanda and her shy, crippled sister Laura. Amanda's husband abandoned the family long ago, and her memory of her days as a genteel Southern belle surrounded by devoted beaux may be more romanticized than real. Tom is an aspiring writer who works in a warehouse to support his family, and the banality and boredom of everyday life leads him to spend most of his spare time watching movies in [...]
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