Two families, related by friendship and love, face up to the consequences of greed and avarice in the post-war years. Love and death play equal roles in determining the outcome of events.

Director:

Jack O'Brien

Writer:

Arthur Miller (play)
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Episode cast overview:
Joan Allen ... Ann Deever
Michael Learned ... Kate Keller
Aidan Quinn ... Chris Keller
James Whitmore ... Joe Keller
Zeljko Ivanek ... George Deever
Joanna Miles ... Sue Bayliss
Alan Scarfe ... Dr. Jim Bayliss
Layne Coleman Layne Coleman ... Frank Lubey
Mary Long Mary Long ... Lydia Lubley
Marlow Vella ... Burt
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Two families, related by friendship and love, face up to the consequences of greed and avarice in the post-war years. Love and death play equal roles in determining the outcome of events.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

19 January 1987 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Wszyscy moi synowie See more »

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The original Broadway production of "All My Sons" opened at the Coronet Theater in New York on January 29, 1947, ran for 328 performances and won the 1947 Tony Award (New York City) for the Best Play for the author Arthur Miller. His original script was used as the basis for the screen play for the movie version. See more »

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Version of Alle mine sønner (1967) See more »

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Well made filmed play
11 November 2000 | by rodwSee all my reviews

This is a very well made version of one of Miller's earliest plays and uses a very limited set. The acting is exceptional, particularly Aidan Quinn and Joan Allen as the young couple and James Whitmore as the complex father. The exchanges between father and son are very well acted and believable. The cast, even the fairly minor characters, perform well. If anyone is put off the work of Miller by the Crucible or Death of a Salesman they should view this. There is humour in between the drama, particularly from the doctor's wife and scenes of real emotion, particularly the exchanges between George and Chris and later between Chris and his father. Well worth watching.


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