Fb2 All the Way Home ePub
by Ted Mosel
|Category:||Dramas and Plays|
|Publisher:||Samuel French (April 21, 2011)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1149 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1343 kb|
|Digital formats:||lrf txt lrf azw|
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All The Way Home book. This book is intended for audiences 18+. For those dealing with combat related PTSD, some scenes may be difficult to read.
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All the Way Home is a 1963 drama film directed by Alex Segal and starring Jean Simmons, Robert Preston, Pat Hingle, and Michael Kearney. The plot is about a young boy and his mother dealing with the sudden death of his father
All the Way Home is a 1963 drama film directed by Alex Segal and starring Jean Simmons, Robert Preston, Pat Hingle, and Michael Kearney. The plot is about a young boy and his mother dealing with the sudden death of his father. It was based on the 1957 James Agee novel A Death in the Family and the 1960 Tad Mosel play All the Way Home. Jean Simmons as Mary Follett. Robert Preston as Jay Follett. Pat Hingle as Ralph Follett. Aline MacMahon as Aunt Hannah. Thomas Chalmers as Joel. John Cullum as Andrew.
Yes, there is a play by Ted Mosel based on James Agee's novel "A Death in the Family. php?title Talk:All the Way Home (novel)&oldid 344192821". Return to "All the Way Home (novel)" page.
All The Way Home missed a Tony, but got the Pulitzer Prize for drama for Tad Mosel as it had for James Agee in his original novel. The film is great and moving drama and highly recommended for family audiences dealing with what the Follet family deals with in the film. 1 out of 1 found this helpful.
The sun swept across King’s Gardens and lifted huge areas of gusty light to tickle and rock the emerald lawns. Ships glinted on the river and the striding blue sky etched the docks’ warehouses black. Janet and I walked hand in hand down to the pier. The day was almost too brilliant to comprehend with ordinary eyes. The sky was so bright that it could only be looked at with the eyes half closed. The midday sun cavorted between rushing clouds, now and then gracing the railway lines with long strips of golden sunlight. We reached the pier and went into the café
All the Way Home is a play written by American playwright Tad Mosel, adapted from the 1957 .
All the Way Home is a play written by American playwright Tad Mosel, adapted from the 1957 James Agee novel, A Death in the Family. Both authors received the Pulitzer Prize for their separate works.
Characters: 6 male, 7 female, 1 male child, extras
Interior and Exterior Set
Based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel A Death in the Family by James Agee and winner of the Pulitzer Prize as Best Play of the season, this is a portrait of a Tennessee family during four days in May, 1915: the warm and tender love that binds them and the tragic death of the husband which shatters the hearts of his wife and young son.
"A striking drama about death...A somber and beautiful play."-The New York Post
"A quiet compassion that one will remember long after some of the theatre's flashier sensations."-The New York Times