Saints and Sinners (1962–1963)
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Nick becomes very impressed with a dying woman.

Director:

Marc Daniels

Writers:

Joseph Stefano, Adrian Spies (creator)
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Nick Adams ... Nick Alexander
John Larkin John Larkin ... Mark Grainger
Richard Erdman ... Klugie
Robert F. Simon ... Dave Tabak
Irene Dunne ... Anita Farrell
Scott Marlowe ... Frederick Brennen
Dennis Morgan ... Chad Hamilton
Hayden Rorke ... Conrad Price
Sharon Farrell ... Polly Holloran
Nicky Blair Nicky Blair ... Charlie de Angelo
Frederic Downs Frederic Downs ... Hospital Administrator
Alibe Coppaga Alibe Coppaga ... Librarian (as Alibe Copage)
Dick Bernie Dick Bernie ... Director
Wilma Francis ... Actress
Geraldine Wall Geraldine Wall ... Producer's Wife
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Nick becomes very impressed with a dying woman.

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Drama

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Language:

English

Release Date:

15 October 1962 (USA) See more »

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Mono (RCA Sound Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Irene Dunne's final acting project. See more »

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La Dunne's Last Curtain Call
26 September 2017 | by lbbrooksSee all my reviews

I watched this on YouTube as a curiosity piece. Being wild about all things Irene Dunne, I wanted to take in her last acting role. At age 63 (and looking about 10 to 15 years younger)she brings all her famous sass and wit to the part of Anita Farrell, a famous actress who has been coaxed out of retirement by Nick Adams' budding playwright. All is smooth sailing until Adams' character is swindled by a con man posing as a producer. When Dennis Morgan, Anita Farrell's manager, foils the plot, the con man wrecks her comeback by revealing that she has terminable cancer--a fact he discovered by purloining her medical records. Miss Dunne's acting genius is displayed during this climatic scene as she goes in one split second from a carefree, born again star to a woman who learns to her shock and horror that she has very little time left to live. The scene is made all the more powerful in so much that there is no dialogue, only Miss Dunne's masterful facial expression. While perhaps not a fitting swan song for Miss Dunne's career, she handles her part with all her trademark sparkle and aplomb. Dennis Morgan, another Hollywood veteran, is also great as Dunne's manager--a man who has loved her for many years and enabled her to escape the slings and arrows of life's misfortunes. Miss Dunne's comments about her retirement are as endearing and wise as the woman herself, "Acting isn't everything, living is. I drifted into acting and drifted back out again." Bravo, Irene! Well done!


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