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Director: Blake Edwards     Starring: Jack Lemmon Jack Klugman
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Format: DVD
Sku: 217465570
UPC: 883929151967
UPC 14: 00883929151967
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Editor's Note
Blake Edwards's disturbing adaptation of J.P. Miller's PLAYHOUSE 90 story, starring Jack Lemmon as Joe Clay, remains an anomaly in a body of work largely devoted to comedy. Clay, a San Francisco public relations man who likes to hoist a few, meets secretary Kirsten Arnesen (Lee Remick), who doesn't drink, and after a short time they marry. After a few more months, Kirsten is able to put away as much liquor as her husband. As the years pass, Joe loses one job after another and his wife neglects their child until he begins to realize that both of them are alcoholics. They move into her father's (Charles Bickford) nursery to dry out, but following a couple of weeks of sobriety, they go on a binge. Joe nearly destroys a greenhouse in a fanatical search for a bottle and ends up in hospital ward. Former alcoholic Jim Hungerford (Jack Klugman) tries to persuade Joe to join an organization ro help deal with his problem, but Kirsten coaxes him back to the bottle. Lemmon is at his best and Remick has rarely been better in this shattering portrait of a couple consumed by addiction. Refreshingly free of the moralistic clichés of this genre, its depiction of the glamor enjoyed by drinking in previous decades throws light on the ease with which many were able to slide into oblivion.


Video Features DVD, Widescreen

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Release Information
Video Mfg Name Studio: Warner
Video Release Date Release Date: 11/9/2010
Video Play Time Running Time: 117 minutes
Video UPC UPC: 00883929151967
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 1
Video Audio Spec Available Audio Tracks:

Cast & Crew

Video Cast Info Jack Lemmon
Video Cast Info Charles Bickford
Video Cast Info Tom Palmer
Video Cast Info Maxine Stuart
Video Cast Info Lee Remick
Video Cast Info Alan Hewitt
Video Cast Info Katherine Squire
Video Cast Info Jack Klugman
Video Cast Info Debbie Megowan
Video Cast Info Jack Albertson
Video Cast Info Joseph C. Wright - Production Designer
Video Cast Info J. P. Miller - Screenwriter
Video Cast Info Henry Mancini - Composer
Video Cast Info Martin Manulis - Producer
Video Cast Info Philip H. Lathrop - Cinematographer
Video Cast Info Patrick McCormack - Editor
Video Cast Info Blake Edwards - Director
Plot Summary
This biting drama deals with a young couple's struggle with alcoholism. Blake Edwards gives Jack Lemmon plenty of room--the production is more naturalistic than the original teleplay--and he makes the best of it. The fascinating PLAYHOUSE 90 teleplay was directed by John Frankenheimer and starred Cliff Robertson and Piper Laurie.

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Product attributeVideo Format:   DVD
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