"Wait Until Dark" (1966). Drama. Directed by Arthur Penn
. Ethel Barrymore
Theatre (moved to The Shubert Theatre on 11 Jul 1966; to The George Abbott
Theatre on 3 Oct 1966; and to The Music Box Theatre, 28 Nov 1966 to close): 2 Feb 1966 to 31 Dec 1966 (374 performances).
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[1982 comment on Steven Spielberg
] The movies have changed: there's now this wonderful storyteller Spielberg making benign movies that are enormously successful, while I'm known mainly for making movies about people shooting and cutting each other up. I love his work, but I could never make stuff like that.
The protagonists in his films often tend to be outsiders, either as outlaws (Billy the Kid, Bonnie & Clyde), or cut off from society through circumstance (Little Big Man), disability (Helen Keller) or paranoia (Mickey One).